Apr 8, 2013, 10:31pm EDT
April 26, 2013
What The Hokies Need To Do To Prepare For Alabama
Between now and August when summer camps begin, the football players are entirely on their own without their coaches to tell them what they need to work on, and they have to do it without any prodding.
April 21, 2013
A Fan's Take Of The Spring Game: Who's The Best?
The annual Maroon-White spring game ended with a thud and some disappointment. Rather than for the Orange team to be dominant, it was the White team, filled with back-up defensive players, who stole the spotlight. Read on for more thoughts.
April 19, 2013
Hokies Prepare For Annual Maroon-White Spring Game
It's football time again! Well, at least momentarily, and then nothing more for three full months. But for several hours Saturday, Blacksburg will be the way it should be, with players on the field and butts in the seats to watch the annual Maroon-White Spring Game (which will be the Orange-White game this year). For more information about how the Hokies will handle this game, and all of the rules, keep reading below.
April 15, 2013
Spring Game Primer: It's On Offense
Throughout the two open scrimmages, the offense clearly showed they were a work in progress, but this Saturday, in the annual Maroon-White game, it's time for the offense to go to work and win their battle with the defense.
April 13, 2013
Hokies Finish Second Spring Scrimmage
Making my second appearance this week at a spring scrimmage today, I have come away with several observations regarding the offense and coaching in general. Read on to find out about the state of the Hokies' football team.
April 8, 2013
Defense Dominates In First Spring Scrimmage
Although I was bummed out that the scrimmage was cancelled on Saturday, it ended up working out today. It was a beautiful day for football, and due to a later-than-announced start time, I was able to attend. Here were my observations.