When the Hokies need a win, schedule Duke
The #12 Hokies came off the road to defend the Cassell from the intruding Wake Forest Lady Demon Deacons. Wake made it look a bit pinchy in the 3rd quarter, but the Hokies found the accelerator, downshifted, and pulled away in the 4th. Hokies are 16-3 overall and 6-3 in the conference. GO HOKIES!!!
That’s seven losses in a row for the Hokies.
Davi Belfort would kick off the 2024 class in a big way.
The Hokies needed to prove something and keep the ACC wins going. The "thing" to prove, was winning on the road, the ACC win speaks for itself, and really there is nothing like a win to keep the momentum up. Four players in double figures and two double-doubles. GO HOKIES!!!
The former four-star running back spent four seasons in Blacksburg.
VT looks to continue off the last four years’ improvement.
The Hokies fall short again.
Freshmen, Caleb Henson, continues to dispatch Top-25 foes.
Could the Hokies finally be at full strength?
Bhayshul Tuten adds some juice to the running back room.
The Hokies had a double header this past weekend.
This might have been the most satisfying close win in many years, actually 28 years to be precise. Four players in double figures, led by some real heart and Soule. GO HOKIES!!!
Delane picks up his third freshman All-American honor.
The talented freshman will make his collegiate debut vs. Syracuse.
The Hokies pick up another starter from the transfer portal.
Both of the basketball teams dropped their games - or were they street brawls? No one could tell, but neither Hokie basketball team came away with a win. Just reviewing through the tears. GO HOKIES!!!
He’s the third receiver the Hokies have picked up from the transfer portal.
The Hokies faced a tough opponent last night.
With Jay on the road and unavailable, Bryan and John talk about the basketball teams, and review some of the issues of early signing day (period) and some of the roster possibilities for 2023. GO HOKIES!!!!
Varner signed with Virginia Tech in December
It was a long trip from Hooville on a bus to be treated this way. The shorthanded Hokies still hustle hard and adjust to match the Hoos and then pass them for the big Commonwealth Clash ‘W’ at the end. GO HOKIES!!!
Virginia Tech falls to 1-3 in ACC play.
Tar Heels come to the Cassell to battle the Hokies, and it was a real push pull, up down, bruiser from tip-off to the final buzzer. Tech needed to prove a point and win a close tough game. They sure did it, and it took all but one second to do it. Great W!!!! GO HOKIES!!!
It’s Virginia Tech’s second consecutive loss.
The holiday break didn’t seem to help the Hokies too much. They travel to Clemson to take on the Lady Tigers for a big road ACC matchup, and fall far behind in the first quarter to stage a major comeback in the 3rd and 4th, but come up short. Next up UNC at home on the 1st. GO HOKIES!!!