4:41 AM EST, Sat November 29, 2014
Virginia Tech Hokies Rumors & News
CSN Washington 6 hours ago
With their 11th straight win over rival Virginia, VIrginia Tech will keep their bowl streak alive.
CSN Washington Nov 28, 2014
With both teams in need of a win to become bowl eligible, the stakes are high for Friday's rivalry matchup between the Hoos and Hokies.
Hokies Journal | Washington Post Nov 27, 2014
A look at things to watch in the Atlantic Coast Conference during Week 14 of the season: GAME OF THE WEEK: Virginia at Virginia Tech. The winner of the Commonwealth Cup also earns bowl eligibility. The loser stays home for the holidays — and for Tech, that would be the first time that’s happened since 1992. The Cavaliers (5-6) are the only Coastal Division team never to have beaten the Hokies (5-6) since they joined the ACC in 2004, losing all 10 matchups while scoring more than 14 points only once in that span. “The big week is happening fast,” Hokies coach Frank Beamer said, “and...
Mike London will return as Virginia’s football coach next season. Athletic director Craig Littlepage made the announcement Wednesday. He says improvement on the field and continued success on the recruiting trail were key factors in deciding to bring London back. Read full article >>
Virginia Athletic Director Craig Littlepage announced Wednesday that football Coach Mike London will return for the 2015 season, erasing any doubt about his immediate future two days before the Cavaliers face rival Virginia Tech needing a win to attain bowl eligibility. Read full article >>
MONTGOMERY, Ala. — Larry Blakeney has been the constant of Troy football through 24 seasons and three levels of competition. From Division II to the current Football Championship Subdivision and now the Football Bowl Subdivision, Blakeney has paced the sideline at a field now named after him. He’ll do it one more time when the Trojans finish a disappointing season Saturday against Louisiana-Lafayette. Read full article >>
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — North Carolina’s Ryan Switzer made returning punts for touchdowns look easy last season. He’s been frequently frustrated this time around. “Most of the year, I’ve been bottled up,” he said. Read full article >>
Will Muschamp knows he will be coaching his last game for Florida this weekend. There are a few more coaches who will be doing the same thing without knowing it — at least for sure. The coaching carousel will start spinning fast when the regular season ends for many teams on Saturday. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Nov 25, 2014
Matt Bohannon scored 13 points to lead a balanced attack and Northern Iowa defeated Virginia Tech 73-54 in the Riviera Division of the Cancun Challenge on Tuesday.
Hokies Journal | Washington Post Nov 25, 2014
CANCUN, Mexico — Matt Bohannon scored 13 points to lead a balanced attack and Northern Iowa defeated Virginia Tech 73-54 in the Riviera Division of the Cancun Challenge on Tuesday. Seth Tuttle had 11 points and Marvin Singleton and Nate Buss had 10 apiece for the Panthers (5-0), who are off to their best start in 14 years. Read full article >>
BLACKSBURG, Va. — The ramifications for Virginia Tech’s offense after a humbling loss at Wake Forest on Saturday have been wide-ranging, swift and, perhaps, a precursor to a change in direction this offseason. By Monday night, as the Hokies tried to forget an afternoon in which they failed to score a touchdown for the first time since 1995, the shock of this program’s latest setback still hadn’t worn off. Read full article >>
Hokies Journal | Washington Post Nov 24, 2014
CHARLOTTESVILL;E, Va. — Virginia Tech isn’t accustomed to this. The Hokies (5-6, 2-5 Atlantic Coast Conference), are in last place in the Coastal Division and will go into their final home game against Virginia needing a victory to extend their bowl streak to 22 years. Read full article >>
CSN Washington Nov 22, 2014
Virginia Tech needed overtime to finally get on the board, but it wasn't enough as Wake Forest shocks the Hokies 6-3 in double overtime.
CSN Washington Nov 22, 2014
Mike Weaver kicked a 39-yard field goal in the second overtime and Wake Forest beat Virginia Tech 6-3 on Saturday.
Washington Post Nov 22, 2014
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Mike Weaver kicked a 39-yard field goal in the second overtime and Wake Forest beat Virginia Tech, 6-3, on Saturday. John Wolford was 18 of 32 for 160 yards to give the Demon Deacons (3-8, 1-6 ACC) their first win over Tech since 1984. Read full article >>