TSL Poll: What Will Virginia Tech’s 2016 Record Be?

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We haven’t run a TSL Poll in awhile, so we think it’s time for everyone to predict the 2016 season record now that most of you have seen the Spring Game.

Your choices range from 0-12 to 12-0.  How do you think the Hokies will do in Justin Fuente’s first regular season?  For reference, here is VT’s schedule.

What will Virginia Tech's regular season record be in 2016?

  • 8-4 (42%, 1,467 Votes)
  • 7-5 (22%, 773 Votes)
  • 9-3 (21%, 757 Votes)
  • 10-2 (7%, 241 Votes)
  • 6-6 (4%, 156 Votes)
  • 12-0 (2%, 63 Votes)
  • 5-7 (1%, 33 Votes)
  • 11-1 (1%, 29 Votes)
  • 4-8 (0%, 9 Votes)
  • 3-9 (0%, 4 Votes)
  • 2-10 (0%, 2 Votes)
  • 1-11 (0%, 0 Votes)
  • 0-12 (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 3,534

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  1. Not to be a downer and this is nothing against JF, but I just don’t think we have enough talent or depth on the defensive side of the ball to win close games, especially since AS & HG have been suspended! 6-6 would be a solid year for the Hokies IMHO!

  2. Possible losses to TN, ND, Miami, UNC and toss up between Pitt and GT. LB and QB play will be the key to the success of the 2016 season.

    1. @ Pitt concerns me since we struggle with Pitt, especially on the road. Another game that concerns me is @Syracuse. Cuse isn’t that good but Tech has struggled there too. Will Mark Richt have Miami playing better? They have a good QB. IMHO, UNC has too much talent and will be at home. The same with Tennessee. @Notre Dame is likely a loss.

      The majority say 8-4 but I voted 6-6. If we find a QB that can run Fuente’s offensive and we have depth at OL and LB, we could go 8-4. I hope I’m wrong but I’m expecting a year like the past few just based on talent and road games. The key to 8-4 record will be road wins at Pitt, Duke, and Syracuse and home wins vs. Liberty, ECU, BC, GT, and UVA.

      1. Last time we won in Pittsburgh a guy named Michael Vick was hokie QB. 7-5, losses to Tenn, ND, Pitt, Miami and UNC. Miami finally has the right coach.

        1. Agreed – I would be thrilled to win 8 or 9 games, but just don’t see it this year. CJF needs a few years to be competitive with teams like Tennessee and ND.

        2. I think we break the “curse” of not being able to win @ Pitt and hammer Panthers with big win! By late October, I think CJF will have O clicking on all gears and putting enough points on the board to win out. We gift wrapped Panthers the W last year in Lane and if nothing else, we are simply “due” to break the curse @ Pitt!! Travon has huge day with 200+ yards!

      2. Other than Liberty, I don’t see a game that’s 90%+ likelihood of winning. BC is probably 80% chances of a win. GT/UVA/Cuse/ECU should all be in the 70% range in favor of VT, but we’ve lost the last 2 to inferior ECU teams. I see Duke as a 50/50 game. At Pitt, I’d give the edge to Pitt, edge to Miami, favor UNC, and tall order to beat Tenn or ND.

        That gives us 6 games where we favored, one split and 5 games we’re an underdog… I’d be delighted with 8-4

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