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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.

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.

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The Virginia Tech Hokies added a key wide receiver for the 2020 season in Changa Hodge, a redshirt senior from Villanova who is immediately eligible to play.

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In light of the pandemic and the uncertain season of college football, Virginia Tech Athletics and the Hokie Club announced Aug. 17 a campaign titled “Keep Jumping”. The initiative has been created to ease the financial challenges the athletic department will be facing this year. 

Cornerback Caleb Farley announced in an Instagram video on July 29 that he will be opting out of the 2020 college football season. He is among many NFL players to opt out of the season, but is one of the first college players to declare they will not play.

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The ACC announced Wednesday, July 29, its updated plan for football and other fall sports for the 2020 season. After careful deliberation the conference decided on an 11-game football schedule consisting of 10 conference games and one non-conference matchup of each school’s choosing. The sti…

The ACC announced on July 9 that all fall Olympic sports will delay the start of their seasons until at least Sept. 1. The collegiate sports impacted by this will be men’s and women’s field hockey, cross country, soccer and volleyball. The games affected include all exhibition and non-confer…

Two Virginia Tech baseball players were selected in the 2020 Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. Pitcher Ian Seymour was selected with the 57th pick of the second round by the Tampa Bay Rays, to become Virginia Tech’s seventh highest draft pick ever. Catcher Carsen Taylor was chos…

With the coronavirus lockdowns extending to June, there is a question in the back of everyone’s minds: What does this mean for the upcoming college football season? The NCAA is doing its best to start the college football season on time, but it is important to take all necessary precautions …

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Mattheus “Stretch” Carroll, a weakside defensive end from Baltimore, Maryland, committed to play for Virginia Tech on May 31, 2020. The 6-foot-3-inch, 220-pound athlete is ranked the 52nd weakside DE in the country. Carroll is also ranked the 27th overall player in Maryland for his graduatin…

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Virginia Tech volleyball signed Ashley Homan on Wednesday. Homan is a graduate transfer from the University of Alabama. The 6-foot-1 transfer played for SMU in 2016 and helped lead her team to an NCAA tournament appearance. Homan played for Alabama from 2017 to 2019, being redshirted in 2018…

Forward P.J. Horne officially placed his name in the transfer portal on May 25 and will play his remaining year of eligibility elsewhere. Horne was recruited by former head coach Buzz Williams, but played his best season of basketball during current coach Mike Young’s first year in charge of…

Jonathan Kabongo, a guard for the men's basketball team during the 2018-19 season, has been medically disqualified, head coach Mike Young announced Friday. The 6-foot-4 guard missed the 2019-20 season due to hip and back injuries.

This March, Virginia Tech forward and leading scorer Landers Nolley announced he would be leaving the Virginia Tech basketball program and entering the NCAA Transfer Portal. Nolley was the Hokie’s leading scorer this past season and a member of the ACC All-Freshman Team. The 6-foot-7-inch, 2…