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2012 Virginia Tech Football: Duke Story Stream

Last week the Hokies were beaten soundly at Chapel Hill, Nc., losing to the North Carolina Tar Heels 48-34. On the day the Hokies allowed 533 yards, including a record total for an individual rusher of 262 yards to Giovani Bernard. This week the Hokies are tasked with stopping a resurgent Duke program, who at 5-1 (2-0), are one of two teams in the ACC Coastal with an undefeated conference record. For everything concerning the match up, stay tuned with Gobbler Country and this stream.

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Hokies Pull Off Record Comeback, Beat Duke 41-20

Though I predicted a 34-21 victory for the Hokies in my What To Watch, I didn't see it going down like this. I predicted that the Hokies defense would look better than it had, wrap up tackles, force 3-and-outs, and the offense would sputter along as it has, every once in a while producing moments of genius and reminding us of what it's capable of. In this prediction's universe, the Hokies would control the tempo, be marginally better than Duke in all aspects of the game, and consequently come out on top by two touchdowns. But this is not at all how it happened. For that account, read below.

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