Josh Jackson threw for a touchdown and ran for another on Saturday night to lead No. 13 Virginia Tech to a 24-3 win over Duke.
Josh Jackson threw three touchdown passes and No. 14 Virginia Tech scored on fumble, interception and punt returns in Saturday’s homecoming win over North Carolina.
The Hokies (5-1, 1-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) are a game behind No. 8 Miami and Virginia in the loss column in the ACC’s Coastal Division.
Clemson (6-1, 4-1 Atlantic Coast Conference) had won 12 consecutive games on the opponent’s home field, the longest streak in Clemson history and tied for the second longest active streak in the nation.
Kelly Bryant ran around and away from No. 12 Virginia Tech and led No. 2 Clemson to a 31-10 victory Saturday night, the Tigers’ third in three games against teams in the Top 25.
Josh Jackson threw for three touchdowns and Steven Peoples scored three times in Virginia Tech’s 38-0 win over Old Dominion on Saturday at Lane Stadium.
Virginia Tech gave Bud Foster his 32nd shutout as the Hokies’ defensive coordinator with Saturday’s 27-0 victory over Delaware at Lane Stadium.
Tennessee stopped Georgia Tech on a 2-point conversion attempt in the second overtime to cap a two-touchdown, fourth-quarter comeback in a 42-41 victory in the Chick-fil-A Kickoff Game on Monday night.
Virginia Tech has a starting quarterback for when it renews its football rivalry with West Virginia to open the season.
Tennessee has hired Charlton Warren of North Carolina to replace Willie Martinez as defensive backs coach.
Quarterback Jerod Evans and receiver Isaiah Ford are giving up their final seasons of eligibility to enter the NFL draft, making it a trio of offensive stars leaving Virginia Tech early for the pros.
Deshaun Watson bolstered his Heisman Trophy candidacy by passing for three touchdowns and running for two more to lead third-ranked Clemson to a 42-35 victory over No. 19 Virginia Tech in the Atlantic Coast Conference championship game Saturday night.
Fullback Sam Rogers ran for a career-best 105 yards and two touchdowns and Virginia Tech tuned up for next Saturday night’s Atlantic Coast Conference championship showdown against No. 4 Clemson with a 52-10 victory against Virginia on Saturday.
Georgia Tech backup quarterback Matthew Jordan rushed for 121 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Yellow Jackets to a 30-20 upset of No. 18 Virginia Tech on Saturday.
Adonis Alexander returned a blocked field goal 75 yards for a touchdown, and No. 23 Virginia Tech held on to beat Duke 24-21 on Saturday and remain in control of the Coastal Division race.