Best and Worst case record for Virginia Tech football in 2022 -

Best and Worst case record for Virginia Tech football in 2022

by Jfann

Posted: 8/11/2022 5:52:11 AM

Let's take a look at Virginia Tech football.

Best / Worst Case Record for :

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ACC 2022 Football Schedule

Virginia Tech
The Justin Fuente era is mercifully over in Blacksburg. A strong opening 2 years gave away to a mess of transfers, losing seasons, and inexplicable losses. Brent Pry takes over as head coach, and he’s already one of the bigger coaching personalities in the ACC in the best possible way. He is tasked with getting Virginia Tech back to the level Frank Beamer had it from the early 90s through the early 2010s when the Hokies were a top 25 fixture. A bowl game is a good goal this year, and anything better would probably get Pry into the ACC COY discussion.

Will Go 9-3 (5-3) if: 
Virginia Tech can start the year 4-0. The Hokies start the season with 3 of their first 4 games at home. After a game at Old Dominion there is a pivotal game with Boston College, then Wofford, and the final game of the four in West Virginia. A 4-0 start would be a much-needed confidence boost. Games with Duke, Georgia Tech, and a diminished Liberty team look good for the Hokies on paper, and there isn’t any reason to think Virginia can win in Blacksburg. A lot will depend on if the likely starter QB Grant Wells can play consistently. The defense is solid at linebacker, but the Hokies need to develop a pass rush if they are to surprise this year.

Will Go 5-7 (2-6) if:
The Hokies lose their 2 early toss-up games. If Virginia Tech loses to Boston College and West Virginia at home to start the year 2-2, things could get ugly fast. Virginia Tech could easily go 0-5 in this difficult stretch of games West Virginia, North Carolina, Pittsburgh, Miami, and at NC State. Virginia Tech didn’t have a top 75 offense or defense last year, and with a new QB and yet another new defensive coordinator (3rd in the last 4 years), that’s a lot of question marks heading into the season. There doesn’t appear to be much All-ACC talent on the Hokies either.

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