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Virginia Tech Hokies Football Tickets

Virginia Tech Hokies Football Tickets
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Virginia Tech still has its streaks alive--that’s 22 straight bowl appearances (the longest active streak) and 22 straight seasons ranked at some point in time. By transitive property, Virginia Tech even won the national title last year, seeing as they were the only team that beat Ohio State all season. However, the days of fearing the lethal Blacksburg home field advantage and great VT teams may be coming to an end. This team averaged just 23.3 points per game--third-worst in the ACC--and suffered from mediocre QB play all season from Michael Brewer. Brewer’s got solid receivers in Isaiah Ford (709 yards, 6 TDs), Bucky Hodges (526 yards, 7 TDs), and Cam Phillips (498 yards), but they less interceptions and more out of the running game. The defense, which ranked second in the ACC with just 20.4 points allowed per game, is highlighted by dominant ends Dadi Nicolas and Ken Ekanem and cornerback Kendall Fuller. All three are likely to be NFL-bound. With key players returning, the defense should continue to be great. The Virginia Tech Hokies operate under head coach Frank Beamer at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg. VT has traditionally enjoyed one of the best home field advantages in the nation. And with eight straight double-digit win seasons from their 2004 ACC arrival through 2011, the fans had plenty to cheer about. The questionable teams of the last three years have begun to place pressure on coach Beamer, a beloved figure who has been the face of the program since 1987. Virginia Tech has a .609 all time winning percentage, 26 bowl appearances, 10 conference titles, and 139 NFL players, including Bruce Smith, Michael Vick, Antonio Freeman, DeAngelo Hall, Kam Chancellor, Eddie Royal, Kyle Fuller, and Brandon Flowers. They play for the Black Diamond Trophy with West Virginia and the Commonwealth Cup with Virginia--but have had significant other ACC battles with Miami, Florida State, and Clemson. 2015 home opponents include Ohio State’s first game to defend their title, Furman, Pitt, NC State, Duke, and UNC. Gold Coast Tickets can get you the best tickets for Virginia Tech Football!