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The Virginia Tech Hokies (3–3, 1–1 ACC) will face off against the Syracuse Orange (3–4, 0–3) in Lane Stadium this Saturday. The two programs have faced their fair share of struggles this season and both will be looking to get a win in order to salvage their seasons. Syracuse hasn’t won a gam…

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Virginia Tech (3–1, 1–0 ACC) is coming off a 21–10 win against Football Championship Subdivision school Richmond, but the offense looked largely listless and nonproductive against a seemingly overmatched opponent. Coming off a much needed bye week, the Hokies will host No. 14 Notre Dame (4–1…

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In a game in which the Hokies were supposed to win handily, the Virginia Tech offense struggled to show up against the Richmond Spiders this Saturday. With a Vegas spread of 29 points in favor of the Hokies, and an over/under of 50, the Hokies were expected to put up about 40 points. Instead…

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The Virginia Tech Hokies (2–1, 1–0) are coming off their first loss of the season; 27–21 to longtime rival West Virginia (2–1). Following their loss, the Hokies dropped out of the AP Top 25 Poll after being ranked No. 15 in the week before. With defeat looming over its head, Virginia Tech wi…

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After a surprising upset win in Week 1 over the then No. 10 UNC Tar Heels, Virginia Tech fans’ hopes were high for this year's football season. A much less impressive win over Middle Tennessee State in Week 2 tempered expectations and showed some flaws in the Hokie attack, but dreams were st…

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Weeks after being selected to be a captain for the Virginia Tech offense, star tight end James Mitchell is out for the season after injuring his knee in the victory against Middle Tennessee. Mitchell was jammed at the line of scrimmage for no gain early in the second half. When he got up gin…

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Virginia Tech proved that the Sept. 3 win against North Carolina was not a fluke with a dominant performance over Middle Tennessee, beating the Blue Raiders 35–14. Virginia Tech recorded 383 total yards to Middle Tennessee’s 349, but the quality of possessions was much more lopsided.

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Virginia Tech’s win against North Carolina on Sept. 3 marked the first top-10 home win since 2009 for the Hokies, and it definitely gave fans confidence in the upward direction this team can go this season. Now, the monumental win has been celebrated, and it's time to look ahead. The Hokies …