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The Virginia Tech Hokies struggled mightily in a Saturday night upset loss to the Wake Forest Demon Deacons, ending in a final score of 16-23. The Hokies' offense put up more yards (433-346) and even had more first downs than Wake Forest (28-18), but stats only tell half the story. The Virgi…

The Virginia Tech Hokies (3-1, 3-1) will face off against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons (2-2, 1-2) this Saturday in Winston-Salem in what will be an important game if the Hokies wish to continue to roll in the ACC. Virginia Tech has had a decent season thus far, especially considering COVID-…

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No. 23 Virginia Tech stepped up big in Saturday’s prime-time game against Boston College as it ousts the Boston College Eagles 40–14 and moves up to 3-1 on the season. Quarterback Hendon Hooker started his first game of the season and dominated as he passed for 11-15, 111 passing yards, a pa…

The Hokies took a heartbreaking loss in a shootout against No. 8 North Carolina on Saturday. The team fought valiantly, but it was just not able to stop the run as it gave up 399 rushing yards and five rushing touchdowns, which ultimately led to its 45-56 defeat. The Hokies look to bounce ba…

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No. 19 Virginia Tech’s record falls to 2-1 after a 45-56 loss against No. 8 North Carolina. The Hokies were expected to be on their game entering the matchup, but the defense could not stop North Carolina’s running game. The Hokies put up 495 yards of total offense, but never had the lead. T…

After the clock runs down and the game is reviewed, the sports section of the Collegiate Times likes to take a closer look into how Virginia Tech football played and analyze each position’s performance. Similar to a school report card, grades are assigned for both offensive and defensive pos…

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After an offseason turned upside down due to the coronavirus pandemic, the No. 20 Hokies will finally take the field when they open their 2020 season against the N.C. State Wolfpack on Saturday night at Lane Stadium. With longtime defensive coordinator Bud Foster no longer roaming the sideli…

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The Virginia Tech football team announced on Twitter that starting safety Devon Hunter “has been suspended indefinitely from all football activities effective immediately for not upholding the high standards we have for our student-athletes.”

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Editor's note: This article was updated Sept. 17 following the announcement that the Virginia Tech football game against UVA has been postponed to Dec. 12.

Tight end Jack Hollifield announced his commitment to the Virginia Tech football program Sept. 5. The Shelby, North Carolina, native chose the Hokies over the likes of Maryland, Michigan, North Carolina and other Power Five schools.

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As football season approaches, it does not look like Lane Stadium will be causing any earthquakes this fall.

On Aug. 25, tight end Jared Gibble decommitted from Charlotte and committed to the Hokies over other ACC schools that showed interest. Gibble is 6-foot-4 and 225 pounds, and is from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. He is a three star commit, according to 247 Sports.