TSL Podcast 322: Virginia Tech-Syracuse Preview

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TSL Podcast 322: Virginia Tech-Syracuse Preview

Virginia Tech hosts Syracuse this Thursday inside Lane Stadium. The Tech Sideline crew shares their thoughts on how the Hokies can earn their fourth win of the season. (69 minutes)

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TSL Podcast Summary, Generated by Eightify AI

The upcoming game between Virginia Tech and Syracuse is crucial for Virginia Tech’s chances of making it to the ACC championship, but they will face challenges from Syracuse’s strong runner and solid passer, Garrett Shrader.

  • Virginia Tech’s game against Syracuse is crucial for their chances of making it to the ACC championship, but fans should not get ahead of themselves, as it is still early in the season and they have only beaten the three worst teams in the ACC so far.
  • Syracuse has struggled with consecutive losses and injuries, while Virginia Tech is on a winning streak, making them seem like opposites heading into their game.
  • Virginia Tech faces a tough challenge against Syracuse’s strong runner and solid passer, QB Garrett Shrader, while the team’s offensive coordinator change has affected their passing game.
  • Virginia Tech and Syracuse face off in a game where Virginia Tech’s rushing defense will be tested, while Syracuse’s head coach Dino Babers is under pressure to win due to a lack of success in recent years.
  • Virginia Tech and Syracuse have a history of rivalry, but it is not considered major now; Virginia Tech has had bad experiences playing at the Carrier Dome; the upcoming game is on a Thursday night; Syracuse has won the last two games against Virginia Tech; Garrett Shrader’s health may not be the main factor in recent losses, but an open week of rest could benefit him.
  • Virginia Tech needs to improve their red zone efficiency and third down conversion percentage, while also focusing on stopping the run on defense and making impactful plays on special teams, in order to secure a win against Syracuse, who has a strong red zone defense and a unique and effective defense with players of varying heights and weights.
  • Virginia Tech is likely to have success in sacking the Syracuse quarterback and potentially getting an interception, while Syracuse’s pass protection and lack of passing weapons may hinder their ability to win the game.
  • Syracuse and Virginia Tech will face off in a prime time game at Lane Stadium, and the Tech Sideline podcast is sponsored by First Bank and Trust Company.

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About the TSL Podcast

Launched in August 2017, the TSL Podcast is the most widely listened-to and watched Virginia Tech sports podcast. It began as an audio-only podcast, then started streaming live on Facebook in March of 2019 with Episode 66. In the summer of 2019, we built the Tech Sideline Podcast set and started streaming live from the set on YouTube in August of 2019 with Episode 73 (which, bluntly speaking, looks hilariously amateurish to us now).

You can listen on your favorite streaming platform or watch every episode on the Tech Sideline YouTube channel. Be sure to Like and Subscribe while on YouTube.

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About TechSideline.com

Tech Sideline is an independent publication, not affiliated with the university or its athletic programs, so we provide a unique perspective that appeals to the large and growing fan base of Virginia Tech Athletics.

Tech Sideline was launched on March 12, 1996 by 1987 Tech graduate (BSEE) Will Stewart as a small, personal web page. In 1997, the site evolved into HokieCentral.com, and in August of 1999, joined the SportsWar network of college sports web sites. In November of 2000, the site changed names to TechSideline.com, or TSL. Over the years, TSL has grown into what you see before you: a full-time Virginia Tech sports media company, complete with web site, podcast, YouTube channel, and large and active social media presences.

TSL is a member of the SportsWar network of college sports web sites. Visit SportsWar.com for more information.


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