Another Long Night In Boston For Virginia Tech

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It was a long night for Justin Fuente and Virginia Tech.

Here we go with the latest round of “finding a different way to say the same thing.”  We got a break from that last week, as the Hokies beat Georgia Tech.  Then disaster struck for Virginia Tech in Chestnut Hill. Starting quarterback Braxton Burmeister got hurt early, and the offense was doomed without him.

I think the writing is on the wall.  Any chance of Justin Fuente returning next year, I believe, was dependent on winning out.  The Hokies lost not only a football game on Friday, but they may have also lost the rest of their games this year if Burmeister is out for an extended period of time.  These last three games are going to be a grind to get through. 

I wish I had the ability to fast forward time to the day after the UVA game, with a few pauses to watch Virginia Tech basketball of course.  That’s what I’m really interested in…basketball, and what happens with the football program at the end of the season.  These last three games of 2021 are the least important three games of Virginia Tech football in decades, in my opinion.

But, the games are going to happen, regardless of how important they are.  Today,