Ticket Prices For Ohio State Continue Steady Climb

Bowl Game? Nope. Just The Opener! Some people watch the stock market.  Some people look at Vegas odds to predict the future.  I like to check where the rubber meets the road to determine worth.  Looking at ticket prices spiking for the opening game in Blacksburg had me scratching [...]

The Jim Weaver Legacy

The Man Who Left A Giant Footprint In Blacksburg As the news of Jim Weaver's passing hit social media, the solemn praise and sorrow soon followed.  Weaver has left an indelible mark at Virginia Tech and will never be forgotten.  Former colleagues, coaches, and players have expressed [...]

Former AD, Jim Weaver, passes at 70.

Former Athletics Director Jim Weaver passes away at the age of 70. Hokie Nation is sad today. Jim Weaver, former Virginia Tech athletics director has passed away at the age of 70. Comment from #ACC Commissioner John Swofford on the passing of Jim Weaver: http://t.co/SSsRMhhlms pic.twitter.com/nRy8eHeObC— [...]

In memoriam: Jim Weaver, retired director of athletics

As the director of athletics from 1997-2013, he catapulted Virginia Tech in the Big East Conference and later the Atlantic Coast Conference.

What Happens in Vegas, Stays in Blacksburg

Want the REAL forecast of Virginia Tech's Season? Look no further than "Sin City" Have you ever been to Las Vegas?  It is truly an assault on the senses.   Bright lights, big city indeed.  I'm not here for the amazing culinary scene, or the fabulous shows.  I'm [...]

Virginia Tech Alumni Association to Host Women’s Weekend at Virginia Tech

The July 17-19 event is part of the Drillfield Series.

John wraps up summer play with Trinidad and Tobago U-23 National Team

Rising sophomore scores two goals against Puerto Rico

Virginia Tech teams with Federal Highway Administration to bring new road safety technology to United States

The Virginia Tech Transportation Institute is bringing the first Sideway-force Coefficient Routine Investigation Machine, or SCRIM for short, to the United States, as part of a federally funded project.

Tech announces ticket deal as part of Military Appreciation game

For every season ticket sold between July 2-7, athletics department will donate a Furman game ticket to a military service member

Tech duo named to the ACC Baseball All-Academic Team

Payne and Woodcock make it 10 straight years with at least two Hokies on squad

Laaser Focused

Gobbler Country Sits Down With The New Voice Of The Hokies Jon Laaser (pronounced LAY-zer) was announced as long time broadcaster Bill Roth's replacement last week.  Roth made the difficult decision to leave Blacksburg for a similar position at U.C.L.A..  While the New River Valley [...]

A.C.C. Still King of The Court

While The Hokies Weren't Represented, The Conference Was In A Big Way Draft day in the N.B.A. has come and gone.  The conference best known for its basketball continued to reign supreme, as the A.C.C. had a whopping seven players taken.  Sadly no Hokies shook the hand of the commissioner, [...]

Come write for Gobbler Country!

Come help us make this the best Virginia Tech blog on the internet If you love writing AND Virginia Tech sports, let's talk. Gobbler Country is looking to make sure it is fully staffed up for the football season, and is looking for both additional contributors, and a new blog manager, as David [...]

Virginia Tech’s Governor’s Fellows gain insight into state government

Anjelica Smith and Alex Apollonio were among 34 Virginia students who were selected for the opportunity. Governor’s Fellows are chosen based on demonstrated excellence in academics, leadership, and service.

With difficult year in the past, Whitcomb ready to ‘make a difference’

Softball player cleared for action after tearing ACL in January

With difficult year in the past, Whitcomb ready to “make a difference”

Softball player cleared for action after tearing ACL in January

How the Nationals are making their park feel like a Virginia-Virginia Tech game for a night

Wednesday is College Rivalry Day at Nationals Park, a celebration of the ACC rivalry between Virginia and Virginia Tech that will be reflected in the game presentation, entertainment and even the food and beverage offerings in the stadium. It’s just a coincidence that the Cavaliers will be playing [...]

Richard Veilleux reappointed Julian Haden Gary and Margaret Savage Gary Professor

Richard Veilleux's research on the genetic improvement of crops has significantly impacted horticultural science around the world. His haploid breeding lines of potatoes, one of which serves as the draft genome of cultivated potato, are used in many breeding programs.

Hokies share glimpses of their lives through Twitter

The university's Twitter Takeover program started in August 2014 with a simple goal: To let Hokies tell people what it’s really like on campus.

Jon Laaser Named “The Voice of the Hokies”

Burnop receives extension, Allegretta returns to complete Tech broadcast team
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