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Two weeks ago, Virginia Tech wide receiver Damon Hazelton announced he would be entering the NCAA transfer portal. Hazelton has been Virginia Tech’s leading receiver over the past two seasons and an All-ACC selection. Three days ago, the 6-foot-4-inch, jump ball wide receiver that many Hokie…

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Linebacker Dylan Rivers announced his retirement from football on Wednesday due to a recurring neck injury that requires invasive surgery. Rivers released a statement on his Twitter account confirming the news.

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The Virginia Tech Hokies lost a neck-and-neck contest to the Kentucky Wildcats in the Belk Bowl on Tuesday, ending with a final score of 37-30. Both teams battled hard, but crucial mistakes by Virginia Tech down the stretch sealed its fate.

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The Virginia Tech Hokies (8-4) will take on the Kentucky Wildcats (7-5) on New Year’s Eve in the Belk Bowl. The two programs looked to be heading in opposite directions this season, as Kentucky was one of the best teams in the country last season, and the Hokies had a losing record. Neverthe…

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Virginia Tech traveled to Atlanta, Georgia, on Saturday looking to carry over the momentum from its big home win against Wake Forest last weekend into its matchup with a Georgia Tech team that had been showing signs of slight improvement in recent weeks. These signs included an overtime vict…

Next-Level Hokies follows former Virginia Tech football players as they perform in the NFL. The Edmunds brothers have excelled in their second season in the league, while Pro Bowl cornerback Kyle Fuller continues to be a dominant defensive back. Kicker Joey Slye earned his starting spot with…

Next-level Hokies follows former Virginia Tech football players as they perform in the NFL. The Edmunds brothers have excelled in their second season in the league, while Pro Bowl cornerback Kyle Fuller continues to be a dominant defensive back. Kicker Joey Slye earned his starting spot with…

The Virginia Tech Hokies entered Saturday afternoon attempting to ride the momentum of a thrilling victory over division foe North Carolina, in which the two teams exchanged multiple late game blows until only one led as the clock turned to zero. Up next, though, would be a tall order for co…

After coming out victorious in a thrilling 43–41 six-overtime OT nail-biter against North Carolina, Virginia Tech got a much deserved bye week. However, the Hokies will need to get locked in again this Saturday as they face the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on the road.

Virginia Tech redshirt sophomore Robert Porcher IV will be entering the transfer portal. The news was first reported by Andy Bitter on Twitter. Porcher, a defensive tackle, hasn’t seen much playing time in the last two years with the Hokies.