The Hokies are ranked sixth in the USA Today poll.
BLACKSBURG — As is the case every offseason, Hokies defensive coordinator Bud Foster’s name has been rumored for plenty of jobs.
As a native Virginian who spent a combined 18 years coaching football at Gretna High School and Hargrave Military Academy, University of Cincinnati assistant Robert Prunty had more than casual interest in the Bearcats’ bowl match-up.
So where is the next stop for Michael Vick?
As is the case every offseason, Hokies defensive coordinator Bud Foster's name has been rumored for plenty of jobs.
Virginia Tech's Kendall Fuller was named a third-teamer at cornerback.
The Hokies tapped the Fork Union pipeline for their latest 2015 commitment.
BLACKSBURG — When Willie Byrn first got to Virginia Tech, he overlapped with the tail end of the careers of Jarrett Boykin and Danny Coale, the most productive receivers in school history.
Things should get a little more interesting later this week when we get coordinators Bud Foster and Scot Loeffler in a Wednesday teleconference.
The Hokies bounced back from a loss to Radford.
Rachel Camp scored 33 points for the Hokies.
The Heisman Trophy trust is very protective about its balloting now, swearing voters to super secrecy until the winner is announced.
BLACKSBURG — Michael Brewer sprinted to the sideline, his right arm hanging limp and in obvious pain.
'Tis the season for parceling out content.
Michael Brewer sprinted to the sideline, his right arm hanging limp and in obvious pain. The Hokies quarterback just took a shot that bent his arm back so awkwardly that team doctors would later tell him he was lucky not to have torn anything.
BLACKSBURG — Virginia Tech doesn’t have a lot of players who will get looks in the NFL Draft this offseason, although junior defensive end Dadi Nicolas will at least see if it’s a viable option.
Anything Kyle can do, Kendall can do better. Or at least the same, so far.
Virginia Tech's 2015 recruiting class is overflowing with Adonises.
Virginia Tech doesn't have a lot of players who will get looks in the NFL Draft this offseason, although junior defensive end Dadi Nicolas will at least see if it's a viable option.
The Hokies beat a MEAC team for the third time this season.
Florida State is the choice of Chesapeake defensive end Josh Sweat, generally regarded as the No. 1 football prospect in Virginia this year.
Another top prospect is headed out of state.
The coaches' All-ACC teams are out, and they're fairly similar to the media's released last week.
The day has come for Josh Sweat.
Former Philadelphia Phillies manager and Parry McCluer graduate Charlie Manuel will be the guest speaker for the annual Virginia Tech baseball banquet, which will be held at 6 p.m. on Feb. 7 in a Lane Stadium club.
Here are a few items of note from the last couple days:
At 2-3 in mid-October, with a young team beat up by injuries and having just played the meatiest part of its schedule, Cincinnati hardly looked like a team that would be claiming a portion of the American Athletic Conference title a few months later.
Virginia Tech sophomore cornerback Kendall Fuller has been named one of three finalists for the Dudley Award, which goes to the state Division I player of the year.
An injury-plagued season just got worse for Hokies cornerback Brandon Facyson
The Military Bowl is set: the Hokies will take on Cincinnati in Annapolis, Maryland, on Dec. 27, rekindling what has been a pretty good matchup over the years. The Bearcats opened as 3.5-point favorites.