We take our shots at calling what will happen at today's Noon ET kickoff.
Just when you'd given up on the season for Virginia Tech, how even a bowl wouldn't happen, the Hokies show you what you've been waiting to see all season and roar from behind to defeat Duke in a win that seemingly has revitalized the team. For now, at least.
Clemson is no Duke, no disrespect to the Blue Devils, who will finally get to a bowl this season. The Tigers put it to Virginia Tech twice last season, the latter being a humiliating loss for the Hokies in the ACC championship game.
After last week, we've seen what Virginia Tech CAN do. But will it happen again? A slow start against the Tigers can't happen if the Hokies have any chance. Junior quarterback
Virginia Tech's defense looked better against Duke outside of the first quarter, but the Blue Devils were still able to move the ball. That suspect defense will be tested mightily against Clemson.
The Hokies have the offense to put up some points and numbers and hang with the Tigers. But it's not looking good that Virginia Tech's defense will make enough stops to matter.
The silver lining for any Virginia Tech hopes this week has to be the Clemson defense. It's not nearly as strong as anticipated and the Hokies can take advantage of it, provided they avoid a slow and turnover prone start.
The first 15 minutes will be huge in keeping Virginia Tech in the game, because a turnover or two could make this one get ugly quick. Clemson's offense is going to put up points on the board and it almost seems like a foregone conclusion that wide receiver
The only way I can see Virginia Tech winning this one is if it's a straight offensive shootout, maybe similar to the VT/Miami game last year, and the Hokies entice quarterback
I've picked Virginia Tech in every game this year. Well, not this week. Clemson's defense doesn't scare me, nor should it scare the Hokies. But, we thought the same last year.