By Chris Colston
In August of 1993, nobody expected the Virginia Tech football team to do anything worthy of raucous cheering. While the inaugural year of round-robin play for the Big East Football Conference elicited some mild interest, nobody thought the Hokies would be a factor. In the Hokie Huddler, I predicted a 5-6 record.
“A winning slate isn’t out of the question,” I wrote then. “But coming off a 2-8-1 disaster …the Hokies will have to prove they deserve that kind of respect.”
I was one...
Subscribe to read full story
Tired of low effort articles and clickbait? So are we. Subscribe to read great articles written by a full-time staff with decades of experience.
Already a subscriber? Login Here