Rico Kearney is leaving the program.
by: Mike Niziolek email@example.com 981-3126 — The Roanoke Times 4h
BLACKSBURG - Virginia Tech linebacker Rico Kearney plans to leave the program. Kearney announced the decision Sunday on social media.
by: @usatoday — USA Today 4h
Virginia Tech and Marshall agree to play on Dec. 1 if Hokies need additional victory to become bowl eligible
by: MIKE BARBER Richmond Times-Dispatch — Richmond Times-Dispatch 5h
Update: Virginia Tech officially announced its potential Dec. 1 game against Marshalll, which will only be played if the Hokies defeat U.Va. on Friday.
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by: Sports Network — NCAA: Hokie Sports 6h
BLACKSBURG – Virginia Tech Athletics announced on Sunday that it is making plans to potentially host
by: Patrick Stevens — Washington Post 19h
Taking a look at the highs and lows of the weekend.
by: Mike Niziolek firstname.lastname@example.org 981-3126 — The Roanoke Times 19h
BLACKSBURG - Virginia Tech quarterback Ryan Willis’ voice cracked as he talked about the late-game scuffle.
by: Aaron McFarling email@example.com 981-3124 — The News & Advance 19h
BLACKSBURG — Well, there it is: 4-6.
by: Fletcher, assistant sports editor — Collegiate Times 21h
In a brutal showing highlighted by a stagnant offense and poor special teams, it was the same old story for Virginia Tech, who got clobbered by Miami, 38–14. The Hokies
by: South Florida Sun-Sentinel — Orlando Sentinel 22h
by: @usatoday — USA Today 22h
N'Kosi Perry threw for two touchdowns and ran for another and Miami snapped a four-game losing streak with a 38-14 victory against Virginia Tech