Yes, it was Austin Peay, but surely there were some Virginia Tech fans out there concerned with just a 7-0 lead after the first quarter on Saturday. With little rest since Monday night's win over Georgia Tech, the Hokies were able improve as the game went on, winning 42-7. Breaking down the film the day after, here are a couple positives and a couple negatives.
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He is the leading receiver this season with seven catches for 126 yards, and each week he seems to improve, giving Tech a viable option after the season-ending injury to D.J. Coles. Not bad for someone who came in as a walk-on.
Think about this -- In last week's 49-10 loss to Western Kentucky, the Governors 596 yards and 244 on the ground. Against coach