7:01 AM EDT, Thu October 23, 2014

Virginia Tech and Miami enter Thursday night game unranked and seeking a turnaround

Before the 2014 season began, and before the Virginia Tech football team reset everyone else’s expectations with a surprising upset at Ohio State last month, Virginia Tech Coach Frank Beamer always figured this version of the Hokies would go through growing pains. There were too many variables, too many newcomers at key positions, to predict anything but unpredictability. Read full article >>

Hokies, Hurricanes seek Thursday night magic

Virginia Tech and Miami are accustomed to meeting late in the season with championships on the line. That won’t be the case on Thursday night in Blacksburg, Virginia, where two conferences losses each find the longtime rivals playing for relevancy even before November arrives. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Oct 21, 2014

Notre Dame future schedule against VT, UVa announced

Notre Dame will face both Virginia and Virginia Tech four times through 2025.
CSN Washington Oct 20, 2014

Hokies lose key defensive playmaker for season

Virginia Tech lost a key defensive playmaker for the season on Monday, but will his absence make for a stronger 2015 team?

Virginia Tech’s Luther Maddy will undergo knee surgery and miss the rest of the year

Virginia Tech defensive tackle Luther Maddy announced on Twitter Monday night he will undergo another surgery on his injured knee, prematurely ending his senior season. Maddy, who has not yet taken a redshirt during his college career, plans to apply for a medical hardship waiver and return to the Hokies next year. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Oct 20, 2014

Starting running back could return for VT against Miami

Virginia Tech looked dreadful running the ball against Pitt, but they will get a big boost with the return of one of their starters against Miami.

Portland defeats visiting Maccabi Haifa 121-74

PORTLAND, Ore. — Robin Lopez had 13 points and seven rebounds and the Portland Trail Blazers beat Maccabi Haifa of Israel 121-74 in an exhibition game Friday night. Brody Angley, who played at Santa Clara, led the Greens with 18 points and Jeff Allen, who played at Virginia Tech, added 14 points. Read full article >>

Virginia Tech falls to Pittsburgh 21-16

PITTSBURGH — Virginia Tech’s roster of healthy running backs is dwindling. So are the Hokies’ chances of being a factor in the ACC Coastal Division. Slow at the start and spent at the finish, Virginia Tech fell to Pittsburgh 21-16 on Thursday night in what amounted to an elimination game in a chaotic division race. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Oct 16, 2014

Mistake-prone offense costs Hokies against Pitt

Michael Brewer did not throw an interception, but Pitt didn't need it. The Hokies' mistake-filled effort Thursday gave the Panthers their first win in four games.

Virginia Tech’s woes in Pittsburgh continue with 21-16 loss

PITTSBURGH — Heinz Field has long been a house of horrors for Virginia Tech, which entered its latest national showcase looking to erase a confounding 15-year winless streak in Pittsburgh. But even with a quarterback, a collection of freshman skill players and an offensive coordinator that had never accompanied the Hokies to the Steel City before, the curse lived on. Read full article >>

Pitt ends skid, tops Virginia Tech 21-16

PITTSBURGH — Chad Voytik ran for a career-high 118 yards and threw a 53-yard touchdown pass to Tyler Boyd to help Pittsburgh end a three-game losing streak with a 21-16 victory over Virginia Tech on Thursday night. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Oct 16, 2014

Preview: 5 things to know for Virginia Tech-Pittsburgh

Virginia Tech returns from their bye for a Thursday night matchup against reeling Pittsburgh.

Virginia Tech-Pittsburgh preview: Michael Brewer has Hokies’ confidence

BLACKSBURG, Va. — Ever the outdoorsman, Virginia Tech quarterback Michael Brewer spent his first bye weekend in southwest Virginia predictably. He took a fishing pole to his favorite spot on the New River. He went bow hunting in the Jefferson National Forest and almost bagged a wild turkey, a near miss he was later grateful for, considering it’s also the Hokies’ mascot. Read full article >>

Hokies looking to end hex at Pitt

PITTSBURGH — Virginia Tech will try to end a puzzling hex on Thursday when they travel to Pittsburgh. The Hokies are 0-3 at Heinz Field and have dropped four of their last five meetings with the Panthers. Virginia Tech (4-2, 1-1 ACC) has won two straight, including a decisive 34-17 win over North Carolina two weeks ago. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Oct 15, 2014

Virginia Tech midseason awards

Virginia Tech will kickoff the second half of their season on Thursday night in Pittsburgh. After six games, where do the Hokies stand?