Virginia Tech (3-2, 2-0 ACC) has earned both of its league wins on the road, first at Florida State to start the year and then at Duke on Sept. 29.
Dexter Williams ran for three touchdowns, including a 97-yarder, and No. 6 Notre Dame beat No. 24 Virginia Tech 45-23 on Saturday night.
The Irish (5-0) will be seeking their third victory against a ranked team this season and their second in as many weeks.
Ryan Willis threw for 332 yards and a career-best three touchdowns in his first start for Virginia Tech, helping the Hokies upset No. 22 Duke 31-14 on Saturday night.
Virginia Tech quarterback Josh Jackson suffered a broken left fibula in Saturday’s loss at Old Dominion and will undergo surgery.
Virginia Tech dismissed redshirt junior defensive end Trevon Hill from the football team for failing to uphold "the high standards that we have for our student-athletes."
Blake LaRussa came off the bench to throw for 495 yards and four touchdowns to lead Old Dominion to a 49-35 upset of No. 13 Virginia Tech on Saturday.
No. 13 Virginia Tech’s home game against East Carolina is one of this weekend’s three Top 25 football games canceled because of Hurricane Florence.
Steven Peoples had two first-half touchdown runs and No. 12 Virginia Tech made quick work of William & Mary in a 62-17 victory Saturday.
Former Union football star James Mitchell did not see much playing time Monday in Virginia Tech’s win over Florida State. However, Mitchell did get on the field in his first game as a Hokie.
Josh Jackson threw two touchdown passes, one early and another late, and 20th-ranked Virginia Tech handled No. 19 Florida State 24-3 to spoil Willie Taggart’s debut.
Speedway Motorsports’ bottom line has been clouded by rain. The Concord, N.C.-based investor owned parent company of Bristol Motor Speedway decided to do something about it in advance of BMS’ August night race by offering race fans a “weather guarantee.”
Justin Fuente’s Hokies will enter the summer facing some of the same questions they dealt with at the start of spring drills.
Mason Rudolph threw for 351 yards and a pair of touchdowns and 17th-ranked Oklahoma State beat No. 22 Virginia Tech 30-21 in the Camping World Bowl on Thursday night.
“I love the staff. They’ve been great to me. ... Once I started going on visits, I started realizing that this feels like home to me and that’s where I want to be.”