OXVT infographics: revisiting Tech’s wins over the ‘Canes

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ox_vt_square_imageThe latest infographics, including a look at the Hokie heros from past wins over the Miami Hurricanes, VT vs. Miami post-ACC expansion, and more.

To see all of OXVT’s infographics, follow him on Twitter at @OX_VT. Follow TSL on Twitter at @TechSideline.

Great work by OXVT as always, and be sure to tweet your infographic requests to him on Twitter @OX_VT, or post them to our message boards.

You can see all of OX’s previous infographics by clicking here.

CLICK EACH OF THE FOLLOWING INFOGRAPHICS TO SEE A LARGER, FULL-SIZED VERSION.

Virginia Tech has notched 13 wins over the (previously) mighty Miami Hurricanes from 1995-2013. Here’s a look at Tech’s offensive and defensive heroes from each of those wins.

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The Hokies are 7-3 against the ‘Canes since the 2004 ACC expansion. Here’s a closer look at those games:

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With last Thursday’s loss to Pitt, the Hokies fall to 20-8 on Thursday nights … here’s the update.

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On a bummer of a note, last Thursday’s net 26 yards rushing against Pitt were the second lowest total for VT since the 2004 ACC expansion.

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Updated, on-going infographics

OXVT has accumulated quite a repertoire of infographics that he is now updating on a weekly basis … check them all out below.

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As always, many thanks to OXVT!

 

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2 Responses You are logged in as Test

  1. I’m a Hokie sports fan and usually enjoy Chris’, Will’s and others articles. What I am not, is a statistician, so I tend to find this stuff boring to read, let alone analyze. I watched the team play and lose badly and I know that the program is in decline. Unless I’m on the coaching staff I don’t necessarily want to over-analysis the situation. All these grafs and charts make me feel like I’m back at work again. Wonder how other readers’ feel. That’s just my two cents.

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