It was a quiet week for the Next-Level Hokies as bye weeks and injuries played a part in a minimal showing from former Hokie players in the NFL. Linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and cornerback Kyle Fuller were both on bye weeks, while Kendall Fuller exited with an injury this week.

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It was a quiet week for the Next-Level Hokies as bye weeks and injuries played a part in a minimal showing from former Hokie players in the NFL. Linebacker Tremaine Edmunds and cornerback Kyle Fuller were both on bye weeks, while Kendall Fuller exited with an injury this week.

Redshirt sophomore Hendon Hooker made his first career start Saturday against the Miami Hurricanes. Coming into an important game against an ACC opponent having only thrown two passes thus far in his career must have put some pressure on the new quarterback.

The NFL season is a quarter of the way completed, and this year’s group of next-level Hokies has been making its mark thus far. Several players this week such as Joey Slye and Kendall Fuller provided key contributions in close victories. A strong showing from Tremaine Edmunds and a career-lo…

Frank Beamer and a band of former players came out onto Worsham Field at halftime of the Duke game on Friday night. A beautiful tribute to the legendary 1999 Virginia Tech football team was played on the jumbotron to resounding applause. It was one of the highlights of the night for the Hokies.

The NFL season is heating up and so are the Next-level Hokies that took part in week three. Kicker Joey Slye is carving out a solid starting role with the Panthers, while the Fuller and Edmunds brothers continue to have solid seasons.

True freshman running back Keshawn King is emerging as the top runner for Virginia Tech as the Hokies attempt to improve upon a struggling rushing attack. King started the game against Furman and tallied 119 yards on 12 carries. The freshman recorded his first career 100-yard game in only hi…

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The Virginia Tech Hokies basketball program has to be feeling proud to see its recent collegiate stars fulfilling their dreams as professional basketball players. Three players, Nickeil Alexander-Walker, Justin Robinson and Ahmed Hill have now all signed contracts with NBA teams before the s…

After being named the Virginia Tech starting quarterback for the 2019 season Aug. 22, Ryan Willis leads a Hokie squad with many question marks. Willis was part of a productive yet inconsistent offense in a 2018 season that had many ups and downs, but now he is entering his second year for th…

In terms of fall sports, Virginia Tech’s soccer teams are often overshadowed by its football team. But this fall, the men and women’s soccer teams have a chance to accomplish big things on a national level. If you are looking for something fun to do this fall, especially while the weather is…

Kerry Blackshear Jr.’s transfer process has been one that kept Hokie fans in the dark up until his announcement. Various rumors of Blackshear’s decision were not confirmed until June 26, when he announced he officially committed to play his last season of basketball at the University of Florida.

Following one of Virginia Tech’s most successful men’s basketball seasons in program history, sophomore guard Nickeil Alexander-Walker will hear his name called this Thursday in the 2019 NBA Draft. Alexander-Walker averaged 16.2 points, 4.0 assists, and 4.1 rebounds per game as he led the Ho…

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Bud Foster’s defense suffered a fairly large setback late this offseason with junior cornerback Bryce Watts’ decision to enter the transfer portal on May 30. Watts, who spent the last two seasons at Tech, was expected to have made a leap forward in production this season alongside Caleb Farl…

Wabissa Bede’s decision to stay at Virginia Tech under new head coach Mike Young is part of a long line of acquisitions the team has made since coach Young’s introduction on April 7, yet this move feels different from the rest.

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After what has been a tumultuous week for the Hokie basketball program, there finally seems to be a light at the end of the tunnel. According to multiple reports, Virginia Tech has hired former Wofford Terrier head coach Mike Young to replace Buzz Williams, who left Blacksburg for Texas A&am…

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Following the departure of former head coach Buzz Williams to Texas A&M, the Virginia Tech basketball program is searching for a new coach. Williams elevated the men’s basketball program and led the team to the NCAA Tournament three times.

Now that March Madness is underway, the sports staff at The Collegiate Times would like to share our picks for the Final Four. All picks come from our personal opinions.