The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: Depth, Expanded Conference Schedules, and More

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Virginia Tech Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A

1) Hokie teams have had better starting talent, but I would argue that this team’s depth, especially because of the COVID issues that could cause us to lose player(s) for a game, could prove to be very beneficial. The O-line, QB, LB, D tackle, and even at RB where there isn’t a lot of difference in any of their talent, could be a deciding factor in the 4th quarter of games. Thoughts? – HokiefromBedford

Chris Coleman: I would agree with that statement at most positions.  I do like the  depth that Justin Fuente and his staff have assembled at the majority of spots…

QB: The Hokies have three quarterbacks who have experience winning at the Power 5 level, and I bet you can count on one hand the number of teams across the country who can say that.

RB: Tech has four running backs with a ton of experience at the Power 5 level: Khalil Herbert, Raheem Blackshear, Keshawn King and Jalen Holston.  JUCO Marco Lee also has plenty of experience past the high school level.

OL: Vance Vice used a number of different linemen last season.  Besides the addition of Brock Hoffman, Tech can