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Teams we'll be able to beat in the B10: Minnesota
Well, that was a great game after that abortion of a game.
"Many thought he was the MVP, cause he ended the game" --Sportscenter Announcer on the Rutgers Kicker.
This board is often prone to hyperbole when describing a game. This post is not one of them. I give credit to the announcers though. Usually in games like this they will talk about how stout the defenses were and while Rutgers and VT have good defenses, that was not the cause of this low-scoring debacle.
Thankfully, I missed the first quarter-and-a-driving home from work. Now that this abortion of a game (season) is done, we're moving on to what VT fans were really looking forward to: the impending dismantling of our offensive coaching staff.
Top 4 VT victories against top ten teams
#2 Miami 2003
#6 WVU 2004
#3 Rutgers 2012
#9 Texas 1995
classlessthug: I have too much on my plate to worry about the fact that my junk intimidates some needle D undergrad.
How has Bud Foster not murdered Stinespring by now?
He is truly a saint. We've been clamoring for a change for a decade and rumblings are that it is actually going to finally happen. Our offensive coaching set up is so bizarre, Stiney is our OC but he doesn't actually call the plays on game day. Clearly that doesn't work.
Tech fans are approaching this off season the way Skins fans approach the free agency period. Unzipped and waiting.
I have trouble believing a win over Miami would be considered more valuable than securing the Black Diamond Trophy.
Yeah, you're probably right. I just have a special place in my heart for the '03 Miami game because it's the loudest I ever heard Lane and we had 22-hour tailgate.
virginia tech hokies just before bursting out of tunnel in Lane Stadium, ready to face (and beat) the Miami Hurricanes 31-7 in 2003.
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