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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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Virginia Tech had its hands full with FCS team Furman in a 24–17 slugfest at Lane Stadium. The Hokies won their second straight home game thanks to a powerful rushing attack that generated 227 of the team’s 350 yards of offense.

Next-level Hokies returns as the NFL season began this past weekend, with a number of former Hokies contributing to their professional teams. Chicago cornerback Kyle Fuller highlighted last season’s group of former Hokies and was elected to the 2019 NFL Pro Bowl. This season, the Edmunds bro…

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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Virginia Tech was fired up for its home opener against Old Dominion on Sept. 7, a game that Hokie fans have waited for since the infamous 49–35 upset in Norfolk a year ago. Since then, both teams have revamped, and the play from last year's game gave no indication on the possible result of t…

Virginia Tech will play its first home game of the season Saturday afternoon at noon against Old Dominion. Everyone around Tech, and frankly around the country, knows what happened against ODU last season as the Monarchs put up 49 points against the Hokies down in Norfolk in a 49–35 upset. T…

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After a disappointing season that brewed up a lot of controversy among the players, the Hokies look to kick off their 2019 season with a victory against the Boston College Eagles on Aug. 31. Last season, when these two teams matched up, the Hokies lost 21–31 due to a lack of a running game a…

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…

Virginia Tech has not had a 1,000-yard rusher since Travon McMillian in 2015, but that does not mean the Hokies cannot produce an effective rushing attack. In 2016, head coach Justin Fuente’s most successful season at Virginia Tech, quarterback Jerod Evans even led all Hokies in rushing with…

The Brock Hoffman eligibility saga has been a long, winding process since the NCAA denied his waiver request for immediate eligibility April 23, and frankly it’s one that deserves a conclusion now rather than later.

Defensive end Nathan Proctor has announced he is entering the NCAA transfer portal after making a farewell post on his Twitter account. The redshirt sophomore followed behind redshirt freshman DeJuan Ellis as the second player to leave the program during training camp.

Virginia Tech’s upcoming season is a big one for a lot of reasons. For starters, it will be the final season with defensive coordinator Bud Foster after 33 years with the university. It’ll also be a big season because of the expectations surrounding in-state rival UVA, who is being primed fo…

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Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster announced his retirement plans Thursday in a press conference with head coach Justin Fuente. Foster will conclude his 33-year coaching career at Virginia Tech following the upcoming 2019 season.

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Bud Foster lost some depth on the defensive line Tuesday after it was announced that Houshun Gaines, Xavier Burke and Jimmie Taylor were all omitted from the team’s roster, Andy Bitter reports.