Virginia Coach Mike London lauds Cavaliers linebacker Henry Coley, who called a players-only meeting after the win against Louisville.
Virginia tops No. 21 Louisville to snap an 11-game losing streak vs. FBS teams and a 10-game drought in ACC play.
The Cavaliers’ defense has forced nine turnovers already, but faces a stiff test vs. the No. 21 Cardinals.
A new quarterback and a converted quarterback have given the Hokies a boost at tight end.
No matter what offense Virginia Tech is facing, longtime Defensive Coordinator usually will scheme up a way to slow it down.
Greyson Lambert and Matt Johns don’t now how their playing time will be divided vs. Louisville in the ACC opener.
Virginia has used at least two quarterbacks in 33 of 51 games under Mike London, a trend that could continue Saturday vs. Louisville.
After upset, Hokies know they haven’t wiped away two poor seasons — but are quietly growing confident.
In his first trip to Ohio Stadium, Coach Frank Beamer leads Virginia Tech to perhaps the biggest road win in program history, 35-21 over No. 8 Ohio State.
The Cavaliers not only plan to use two QBs, they will play a team with two of their former signal-callers.