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Virginia Tech Football: New Sunday consequences hope to curb Hokies penalty woes

Being the most penalized team in FBS is a goal no coach wants to reach, but for Virginia Tech Head Coach Brent Pry, it is a reality after four games this season. Virginia Tech ranks No. 131 in penalties, according to, with an average of 11.3 penalties per game. On Thursday night against West Virginia, the Hokies had 15 penalties for 132-yards in the 33-10 loss at home.
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Virginia Tech Football releases Updated Depth Chart ahead of North Carolina

On Tuesday, the Virginia Tech Football Team released their unofficial depth chart ahead of North Carolina. Since the loss against West Virginia, the Hokies have updated their depth chart. This information was made available on social media by TechSideline's David Cunningham, who was present at the media session. The depth chart covers the two-deep for every positional group on the team.

Watch: WVU HC Neal Brown Recaps Virginia Tech Win, Previews Texas Game

West Virginia head coach Neal Brown recaps the Virginia Tech win and previews the Texas game while speaking with the media, including Mike Asti of WVSN, on Tuesday, September 27, 2022. Welcome to the new home of WVU football and basketball breaking news, analysis and recruiting. Like us on Facebook,...

Texts From Virginia Tech Game Day

It's late September and the texts really did go back to school. We're one month into this and we've seen two rivalries, a conference game and an FCS opponent, plus all the ups and downs, the laughs and yells along the way. Before you question the upcoming eventfulness, consider that West Virginia plays Texas and then another Thursday night game at home against Baylor. Quiet possibly, we're just getting started. There's a lot of that going around following Thursday night's win against Virginia Tech.

Virginia Tech football announces support staff additions, changes

BLACKSBURG – Virginia Tech Director of Athletics Whit Babcock and Head Coach Brent Pry announced a number of football support staff additions and changes on Monday. Lino Lupinetti (Harrisburg, Pa., Bishop McDevitt) has been elevated from assistant director of player personnel to director after one year in that role. Lupinetti previously spent two years as a recruiting assistant for the Hokies. Among his numerous responsibilities in that role, he was involved in planning and executing all prospect visits to campus, camps and game day visits. He has been instrumental in developing Tech's new prospect evaluation process and helps coordinate Tech's recruiting board.

Virginia Tech Football: '22 Freshman Redshirt Tracker Week 4

Virginia Tech signed a total of 24 players during the 2022 recruiting cycle, 22 of which entered the 2022 season on the Virginia Tech roster. During Week 3, six Virginia Tech true freshmen earned playing time against Wofford: Defensive end Keshawn Burgos, running back Bryce Duke, tight end Harrison Saint Germain, defensive tackle Malachi Madison, wide receiver Tucker Holloway, and defensive end Kyree Moyston.

Hokie Hub: Virginia Tech vs. North Carolina Coverage

Virginia Tech will look to bounce back from a horrendous showing on Thursday night, when 15 penalties and a lack of offensive production led to a loss at home against West Virginia, on Saturday afternoon when they travel to Chapel Hill, NC, to take on the North Carolina Tar Heels.
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Panthers, Royals play to a draw

FERRUM- Old Dominion Athletic Conference (ODAC) foes Ferrum College and Eastern Mennonite played to a 1-1 draw Saturday in a league men’s soccer match at Penn-Roediger Field. The match ended after 90 minutes of regulation play. Overtime is no longer contested in regular-season matches. Ford DeVault netted the match-tying...

VTScoop's Virginia Tech Football MVP: Week Four vs. West Virginia

Welcome back to VTScoop's Virginia Tech Football MVP. An article series where the staff writers at VTScoop will conduct a weekly segment nominating their Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week. The end-goal is to crown the two players that have accumulated the most voting nominations by the end of the season. We will also crown the overall MVP of the season based upon the final tally. The VTScoop participants include Evan G. Watkins, Doug Bowman, Andrew Alix & myself - Matej Sis. Each week we'll nominate our MVPs backed by reasoning. Some weeks will be straight-forward while other weeks will offer good debate.

Virginia Tech Hokies Football at the End of the First Third: Rising Above the Floor

It’s almost October, the first game of the critical month of the football season is also another major test of Brent Pry’s inaugural season, and the swan song of the disastrous prior regime’s personnel and recruiting mismanagement. Hokie Nation finds itself in a game-to-game “hope” situation with very few realistic expectations of a win on any given Game Day.