The Virginia Tech Hokies defeated Pitt on Saturday to improve to 6-1 on the season. It was the Hokies' third straight conference win as they finally get a much-needed week off.
The season started off as expected with a loss to No. 1 Alabama. Tech's defense allowed only 206 total yards against the Tide and have continued to improve each week. VT is currently No. 4 in the country in total defense and lead all of college football in sacks and interceptions.
On offense, though, things haven't gone quite as smoothly. Much of that hasn't been quarterback Logan Thomas' fault, however. He has gotten better with each passing week and continues to carry an anemic offensive unit.
How has each individual unit fared this season?
Here is a look at midseason grades for each positional unit, including coaches.