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Virginia Tech Football: 3 Reasons Why the Hokies Will Win out
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With two games remaining in the 2012 season, the Virginia Tech Hokies are in danger of missing a bowl game for the first time since the 1992 season.

At 4-6, the Hokies need to win both of their remaining games in order to receive a bowl invite. 

The Hokies' streak of 19 consecutive bowl appearances trails only Florida State with 30 straight appearances, and Florida with 21. 

Currently on a three-game losing streak, the Hokies' defense has played well enough to win each of the past three games. However, the offensive inconsistency that has plagued the team all season, has continued to be cost the Hokies.

Believe it or not, at 2-4 in the conference, the Hokies still have a small, outside shot at winning the Coastal Division. What does that tell you about the Coastal in 2012?

Here are three reasons the Hokies will win their remaining two games and reach a bowl game for the 20th consecutive year. 

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