Virginia Tech Football: Observations And Areas To Improve

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Ryan Willis, Virginia Tech
Ryan Willis needs to keep the ball more on the read option. (Ivan Morozov)

We’re two games into the season, yet Virginia Tech fans are still trying to figure out this football team. Is this a good team, or are we in for a long season? The road game at Boston College was a good test to see how this team would perform against a well-coached, physical team. BC was almost the perfect opponent to counter Virginia Tech’s vulnerabilities coming off such a disappointing season last year. Although the team lost 35-28, we saw some encouraging signs, but there were far too many frustrating moments.

The Boston College game gave me flashbacks of the 2016 Tennessee game at Bristol Motor Speedway. It was a winnable game that was lost due to costly mistakes and so many turnovers. With that said, I firmly believe if Ryan Willis protects the football better, we are looking at an undefeated 2-0 team. But that’s why we play the games, right?


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