Earlier this week we took a midseason look at the defensive side of the ball. Today, we’ll switch our focus to the offense.
Hokies Creating More Big Plays
Last season, Virginia Tech ranked No. 96 in the country in S&P+ offense. This year, they rank No. 42 through six games. That’s a much-improved number, though the season isn’t over. Bigger defensive challenges await this team. Last year we saw the Hokies rank high in the S&P+ through the first half of the season (boosted by bad defenses such as ECU and ODU), but fade in the second half thanks to improved competition and an injured quarterback.
We could possibly see some of that this season, but I don’t see this offense fading nearly as much as it did last year....
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