1. Sorry, Bama Fans, but the Crimson Tide Are Over-Hyped

    As we continue to inch closer to Sept. 5, I continue to become frustrated with particular media outlets and columnists. Answer me this, Bleacher Report community...

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  2. Hokie Offense May Take a Surprising Turn

    As the season is fast approaching, the Virginia Tech Hokies are preparing for their much anticipated opener against Alabama on September 5th. With Darren Evans going down in summer practice, the Hokies are preparing for life after their star running back.

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  3. Meet Virginia Tech's Big Three

    With the loss of Darren Evans, many people are beginning to doubt Virginia Tech. Evans was the star of the offense last season, a thousand-yard rusher, and the Orange Bowl MVP...

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  4. Hokies' Evans Tears ACL: Out For The Season

    Depth is a great thing, that is, until you have to use it. Virginia Tech's star running back, Darren Evans, tore his ACL in practice today and will miss the rest of the season...

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  5. What Will The Hokies Do With David Wilson?

    If you don't know who David Wilson is, here's some background information: Wilson is the new freshman running back for Virginia Tech...

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  6. Hokies Open Camp With Some Interesting Developments

    Virginia Tech opened summer practice today, and there have been some interesting developments.According to hokiesports.com, Logan Thomas is taking snaps at quarterback, where the Hokies plan on using him...

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  7. Meet Virginia Tech's 2009 Linebacker Corps

    Virginia Tech has always been considered a very good team, but not necessarily a great team. Sure, they've fielded great teams in the past, but they have no national titles to show for those team's successes...

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  8. Virginia Tech Vs. Georgia Tech: Settling the Debate

    There is tremendous hype surrounding the two technical schools of the ACC, Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech. The two schools play in the same division of the ACC (Coastal) and will play each other on Oct...

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  9. Will the Wild Turkey Work for the Virginia Tech Hokies?

    Flashy, somewhat gimmicky, offenses are taking over college football. The spread offense is represented in almost every BCS conference, and it has changed the face of the game...

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  10. Some Hokie Football News

    Virginia Tech had four players, Greg Boone, Kam Chancellor, Jason Worilds and Sergio Render, named to the All-ACC preseason team. All four players will play critical roles for the Hokies as they chase the school's first ever national title...

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  11. Virginia Tech Picked By Media To Win ACC

    The ACC media day was this past weekend, and Virginia Tech is the favorite to win the conference for the third straight year. Virginia Tech received all but nine votes for first place in the coastal division and Georgia Tech finished second in voting...

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  12. A Review of Taylor's First Two Years at Virginia Tech

    Tyrod Taylor arrived at Virginia Tech with huge expectations. He decided to attend Virginia Tech over the University of Florida, and the fact that he was a five-star quarterback from Hampton, ...

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  13. Matt Waldron May Be the X-Factor for Virginia Tech Football

    When you think of great college football games, you often think about the game as a whole. However, so many times, the outcome of the game relies on the kicking game—whether it's a made ...

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  14. A Hokie 2010 Recruiting Update

    Virginia Tech has been working hard on next year's recruiting class, and 16 recruits have verbally committed to the Hokies for 2010. Of the 16 recruits, 10 are from Virginia and one from Washington D...

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  15. Does Michael Vick Deserve a Second Chance? I Say Yes

    If you're a fan of Virginia Tech football, then you were undoubtedly a fan of Michael Vick. His elusive play, explosive arm, and uncanny athletic ability took the Virginia Tech program to new heights...

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  16. Virginia Tech Hokies Will Play Boise State In 2010

    The Virginia Tech Hokies will play Boise State on Sept. 25, 2010 at FedEx Field, according to WTVR-6 in Richmond, VA. Tech was originally scheduled to play at Syracuse on that date, and Syracuse would have traveled to Blacksburg in 2011...

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  17. Experienced Offensive Line Looks to Carry Virginia Tech Hokies in 2009

    The Virginia Tech offensive line has struggled in recent years, but the Hokies look to change that this season. Virginia Tech will be tied with Notre Dame for the most starts by offensive linemen, 100, for the 2009 season...

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  18. Virginia Tech Football: Zack Luckett Returns to the Hokies

    Zack Luckett was once a promising athlete on the Virginia Tech football team. After a series of off-the-field problems and a season--long suspension, those days have returned. Luckett arrived at Virginia Tech in 2006 and redshirted in his first season..

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  19. September 5th Is Edging Closer

    If you're like me, you'll go to your respective college football team's website and watch the ticker countdown to kickoff for a few seconds...

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  20. Virginia Tech 2009 Offensive Preview

    The Virginia Tech Hokies will come into the 2009 season with lofty expectations. A third straight ACC Championship is expected, and many feel a national championship is well within reach...

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  21. VT Hokies' Questions To Be Answered in Spring Game

    Virginia Tech's annual spring game is this Saturday, April 25, and the Hokies have a couple of holes to fill. And while many of them are on the defensive side of the ball, the offensive line once again has a couple of question marks...

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  22. Virginia Tech Hokies' Early Outlook for 2009

    Virginia Tech went above and beyond what was expected of them this season. They repeated as ACC Champions and won the Orange Bowl. That can only mean good things for next season...

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  23. Hokies-Bearcats: Virginia Tech Opens the New Year with an Orange Bowl Victory

    Virginia Tech came into this season with reasonable expectations. Many picked them to play Clemson in the ACC Championship, but lose...

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  24. Who Will Start The New Year Right With a BCS Win?

    The BCS is always criticized, but always looked forward to. This may be because we've had to sit through the Emerald Bowl and the Roady's Humanitarian Bowl. The games weren't bad, but don't have much appeal...

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  25. Virginia Tech-Cincinnati: Who Will Be Sipping on The Juice

    The Orange Bowl is rivaling the Sugar Bowl for the "least intriguing BCS Matchup." Does anyone really think Utah will beat Alabama? Please. However, it may be one of the most competitive...

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