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  • Virginia Tech offensive leaders

    Virginia Tech offensive leaders Rushing ++++++++++++++++++++ || Name || No. || Yds. || Avg || TDs || || Darren Evans || 203 || 926 || 4.6 || 9 || || Tyrod Taylor || 105 || 524 || 5.0 || 4 || || Kenny Lewis || 64 || 237 || 3.7 || 3 || || Josh Oglesby...
  • Keys to a victory

    Virginia Tech Keys to victory 1Protect the man: Tech has surrendered more sacks (36) than any other team in the ACC, including 19 in the past four games. U.Va. is third in the ACC in sacks (28). Tyrod Taylor is going to have to use his feet. Sean...
  • QB's confidence climbs

    Tyrod Taylor hasn't changed much in the past month. He's still the same soft-spoken kid with the easy grin. He still has the quick feet, the rocket arm, the little "hitch" in his delivery and the calm demeanor. All of those characteristics have been...
  • Orange Bowl win a breakthrough for Tech, ACC

    MIAMI - In the weeks leading up to Thursday night's Orange Bowl, Virginia Tech's players and coaches talked about the game being a business trip – no fun and games on this bowl trip. After a 20-7 win against No. 12 Cincinnati, Tech may permanently...
  • Win a breakthrough for Tech, ACC

    In the weeks leading up to Thursday night's Orange Bowl, Virginia Tech's players and coaches talked about the game being a business trip — no fun and games before this bowl. After a 20-7 win against No. 12 Cincinnati, Tech may permanently adopt the...
  • Tech can cherish amazing finish

    They saved their best for last. That's how the 2008 Virginia Tech Hokies, players and coaches, should be remembered. With their program smarting from recent postseason setbacks and their conference sinking into national irrelevance, the Hokies...
  • Triumph eases Tyrod's aches

    Triumph eases Tyrod's aches
    Sitting alone in an Orange Bowl locker room after midnight as team managers scurried around to pack up the team for a joyous return trip to Blacksburg, Virginia Tech quarterback Tyrod Taylor grimaced as he rubbed his left hamstring. There's a big...
  • Bowl breakdown

    Offense It all starts with the running game for both teams, as Tech's Ryan Williams (1,538 yards rushing) and Tennessee's Montario Hardesty (1,306 yards) will draw much of the defensive attention. In the last nine games, Tennessee quarterback Jonathan...
  • Three keys to Tech win

    1. Break a big one Jayron Hosley and Smithfield product Dyrell Roberts could provide enormous boosts in this area. Tennessee is 70th in the nation in punt-return yardage defense (9.8 yards per return) and 89th in kickoff-return yardage defense (22.84...
  • Virginia Tech's Tyrod Taylor goes from 'athlete' to QB

    Virginia Tech's Tyrod Taylor goes from 'athlete' to QB
    All the convincing Virginia Tech offensive coordinator Bryan Stinespring needed that his starting quarterback had finally come of age came in September during a 90-second span. Tyrod Taylor has spent the last 3 1/2 months of his junior season proving...
  • Orange crushed: Hokies roll past Tennessee 37-14

    Orange crushed: Hokies roll past Tennessee 37-14
    Quarterback Tyrod Taylor made a habit of coming up with a few big plays just when Virginia Tech needed it this season. He did it again in a most unexpected fashion Thursday night in Tech's 37-14 win against Tennessee in the Chick-fil-A Bowl. Though...
  • Virginia Tech has good reason to be excited for 2010

    As much as Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer wanted to enjoy Thursday night's 37-14 Chick-fil-A Bowl win against Tennessee, he couldn't resist looking to the future when asked after the game about prospects for next season. With 12 starters expected to...