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Virginia Tech’s ground game dominated this game.
The Hokies are actually underdogs in this one. Can they pull off the win before a new regime begins?
The Cavaliers were ranked No. 13 and the Hokies were No. 20.
A great effort but Hokies can’t overcome Miami’s sensational young quarterback
Price was named interim coach this week after Justin Fuente’s departure.
This will be former Hokie great J.C. Price’s first game as interim coach.
John’s final Guest Post was accelerated by reality. This was supposed to be written and published after the season when we all thought that the team would part company with Justin Fuente. Well, now is as good a time as any.
It was overwhelmingly positive.
Virginia Tech and Justin Fuente agree to mutually part ways.
Don’t you just miss these kind of games?
We like the Hokies on Saturday.
Perhaps this becomes a permanent home for the former Hokie.
Teller has developed into one of the best guards in the NFL.
The former four-star linebacker is taking advantage of the "free" year of eligibility due to COVID-19.
A strange decision to punt and odd postgame comments represented a new low for Justin Fuente.
The Hokies and Eagles enter Friday’s game with matching 4-4 records.
Everything you need to know about the Boston College Eagles.
Turner had a huge day in the win over Georgia Tech.
The Hokies prove they can close one.
It’s unanimous for the Yellow Jackets
Reid Pulliam is from Life Christian Academy.
What a nice start to his NFL career.
Thomas is a true freshman running back from Hartwell, Georgia.
Do we all take the Hokies?
This is only the second time these two teams have met since Syracuse joined the ACC.
Virginia Tech football: We talk to Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician to preview this week’s game against Syracuse
Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician covers Syracuse here at SB Nation.
You just feel bad for Devon Hunter.
John checks in with the promised mid-season guest post as the Hokies are pushing a disappointing losses to West Virginia and Notre Dame, and a painful drubbing by Pitt. What’s going on? There was some hope, and now it’s fading. GO HOKIES!!!
What a day for Khalil Herbert.