Virginia Tech Football’s 2014 Season Opener and a Look at the Past

We're less than two weeks out from Virginia Tech's season opener against William & Mary at Lane Stadium, which brings up memories of season openers and the ways Tech has started seasons in the past. Is there any correlation to starts and finishes? August 30 is approaching fast as the smell [...]

Hokies In (Out) The NFL: David Wilson To Return To Track And Field

With some tweaks to his NFL-ready physique and non-stop Olympic-style training, the former Hokie RB is not planning on giving up athletics completely despite his recent setback. I wasn't expecting to hear anything this quickly out of David Wilson's camp following last week's news that the [...]

Two Reserve Players Leave Virginia Tech Football Team

Reserve running back Jerome Wright and long-snapper Joe St. Germain both leave the Hokie program. Attrition is always a part of fall football camp and this season has been no different with a total of three players now leaving the Virginia Tech program voluntarily. Jerome Wright and Joe [...]

Hokie Basketball: ACC Big Monday Marquee Games Shun Hokies In 2014-2015

Per the ACC Network's website: http://www.theacc.com/#!/news-detail/ACC-Returns-To-Big-Monday-Platform-for-2014-15_08-11-14_q2f32t The ACC Big Monday lineup reads as follows: January 5 – Notre Dame at North Carolina (ESPN or ESPN2), 7 p.m. January 19 – Pitt at Duke (ESPN), 7 p.m. [...]

Which Coastal Teams Have The Easiest Road To Charlotte?

Sometimes champions are determined by who they didn't have to play. We've heard it before - sometimes conference champions are determined by which teams you don't play. In the ACC Coastal division race, one question is worth asking: who dodges the toughest Atlantic teams and who plays them? [...]

VT Basketball Recruiting: Hokies Make Narrowed List For SG Kenny Williams III

Tech is listed among the final seven schools vying for the talented shooting guard. Virginia Tech is still in the running for Kenny Williams III, a highly sought after shooting guard out of Lloyd C. Bird High School in Chesterfield, Va. My dad and I have decided to cut my list to 7 schools [...]

Trio of areas need improving, but team’s talent should leave Tech fans feeling optimistic about 2014 season

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David Wilson Placed On Injured Reserve, Advised By Giants Doctors Not To Play Football Again

In a sad, but not unexpected twist, former Hokie David Wilson has been placed on Injured Reserve, ending his 2014 season before it began. Additionally, Wilson has been advised by his spinal surgeon, Dr. Frank Cammisa, and the New York Giants' team physician Dr. Russell Warren, not to play [...]

David Wilson May Never Play For The Giants Again

New York Giants running back David Wilson, the former Hokie and single-season rushing record-holder at Virginia Tech, has suffered another huge setback in his recovery from a neck injury that required off-season surgery to fix a herniated disc. For more details on the situation and his chances [...]

VT Basketball Recruiting: Forward Derek Ogbeide Earns Offer

Tech looks to bolster a thin front court. 6'8" forward Derek Ogbeide has earned a Tech offer according to multiple sources. 2016 Pebblebrook (GA) F Derek Ogbeide has received an offer from Virginia Tech. (HT @HoopsHypeCA) @derektrigger http://t.co/nsaH56qCcU — Verbal Commits (@VerbalCommits) [...]

Nuggets To Sign Green To NBA Contract

According to multiple sources, including our network's own Denver Nuggets' blog, DenverStiffs, the Nuggets will sign Erick Green to complete their 15-man roster for the 2014-2015 NBA season. Green, who was acquired by the Nuggets in a draft night trade with the Utah Jazz a year ago, spent [...]

Jarell Eddie Summer League Wrap Up

Today we roll out our final NBA Summer League post of the year, a recap of former Hokie Jarell Eddie, who played for the Washington Wizards in the Las Vegas Summer League. Unlike in years' past, there were no former Virginia Tech players who surprised everyone by randomly showing up and playing [...]

VIrginia Tech Football: How 2013 Hokie Possessions Ended

In a football game, each team gets about the same number of possessions. It's what you do with them that counts! 2013 was a disappointing season for Virginia Tech football fans. Even though the team had one more win than the previous year, some of the losses - Duke, Boston College and Maryland, [...]

VT Basketball Recruiting: Tech Eyes Smooth Florida Forward Keith Stone

The Hokies offer another in a long line of 6'7" swingmen for the 2015 class. Another day, another scholarship offer form the Tech coaching staff and this one goes out to the underrated Keith Stone. 2015 Zion Lutheran (FL) F Keith Stone has received an offer from Virginia Tech. @Keith_Stone25 [...]

Virginia Tech Football: How Have Conference Changes Affected Hokie Rivalries Over The Years?

Many great rivalries were ended by conference realignment, but a few just may have been started too. When we think about college football rivalries that were affected by conference realignment we lament what was lost in the process: Nebraska vs. Oklahoma. Penn State vs. Pittsburgh. Florida [...]

Erick Green’s Chances Of Making The Denver Nuggets In 2014

The Summer League is over for the Nuggets, as Denver dipped out in the first round of the tournament and was an underwhelming 1-4 in the competition. But one reason they were at least competitive in each game was second-year Summer Leaguer Erick Green, who finished second on the team in scoring, [...]

VT Basketball Recruiting: 2016 Shooting Guard Bruce Brown Gets Tech Offer

The Hokies are the latest in a long line of suitors for the Massachusetts native. The Hokie staff has been busy handing out offers for the class of 2016 this summer and the latest goes to shooting guard Bruce Brown. The 6'3", 185-pounder from Vermont Academy in Saxton's River, VT is listed [...]

Erick Green’s Nuggets Finish Las Vegas Summer League In Last Place

The Nuggets played their final game of the Las Vegas Summer League Friday night, losing to the Lakers 83-77. They finish the competition 1-4, tied with the Los Angeles Clippers and Milwaukee Bucks for last place by record, and in dead last in the Las Vegas Summer League points system with [...]

The Open Championship: Balancing on The Knife’s Edge

In a reversal of fortunes, Brendon de Jonge lit up the scoreboard with 4 birdies and an eagle en route to 70 for a 36-hole total of 148. Even with one of 30 under par rounds, his four bogeys found him 2 shots below the cut line at +4 for his Open Championship debut. The knife has long been [...]

Erick Green’s Denver Nuggets Eliminated From Summer League Tournament

Former Hokie Erick Green's Denver Nuggets have been eliminated from the tournament portion of the Las Vegas Summer League with their loss to the D-League Select team Wednesday, 87-75. The Nuggets (1-3) lost leading-scorer Quincy Miller, who had averaged 18.7 points per game in the three previous [...]
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