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Virginia Tech tailback Marshawn Williams rushes downfield and stiff-arms linebacker Josh Trimble in the Hokies' second open spring scrimmage April 12, 2014.
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After taking in all the analysis, reports, and pundtitry, your neighborhood friendly Gobbler Country staff members gaze into their crystal balls and take a swing at predicting the Hokies' 2014 record.
For some Arizona Cardinals , Thursday night will be stressful as they play for their football futures.
Right or wrong, the majority of the Hokie faithful will draw far too much from the quality of play in the first half Saturday, particularly on offense.
It's now time to figure out which teams have a glimmer of hope to rise from obscurity and claim a spot in the first College Football Playoff.
It's a new season, and we have a new starting quarterback -- Michael Brewer , a transfer from Texas Tech, in case you've been in a coma like our offense.
Michael Brewer, Virginia Tech: A preseason back injury hindered Brewer's hopes of emerging as Texas Tech's starting quarterback last year, and he assumed a backup role upon his return.
Syracuse tailback Devante McFarlane, who is part of a crowded backfield, could nonetheless emerge as a late-round value pick in ACC-only fantasy football leagues.
Andy Bitter is the Virginia Tech football beat writer for the Roanoke Times. Andy began covering the Hokies in October 2011 after spending three years covering Auburn for the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer.
He's sure Virginia Tech's defensive backs were calling the school DBU much earlier, but secondary coach Torrian Gray knows when he embraced the moniker.
It was announced on Sunday afternoon that kicker Michael Santamaria will be handling field goals and point after attempts for Virginia Tech's season opener against William & Mary this Saturday, August 30th.
As training camp progressed, Virginia Tech's coaches couldn't help but notice running back Trey Edmunds still had a little hitch to his step after last fall's surgery for a broken leg.
Miami went the more unconventional route, announcing Sunday that true freshman Brad Kaaya had won the starting job over fifth-year senior Jake Heaps .
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 11:44 pm
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