Virginia Tech Fans Left Needing Something to Believe

One of my favorite songs is “Believe” by The Bravery. The chorus goes like this…

So give me something to believe
‘Cause I am living just to breathe
And I need something more
To keep on breathing for
So give me something to believe

It’s a great song. I never knew it would relate to Virginia Tech athletics. Continue reading “Virginia Tech Fans Left Needing Something to Believe”

Fuente Ushers in Return to Normalcy With 33-15 Win Over Virginia

Justin Fuente delivered quite the early Christmas present on Saturday night, ensuring a joyous holiday season for all Hokies.

Fuente, his staff and most importantly, his players, engineered a 33-15 win over Virginia that eased the minds of Hokies across the country, even if for only a little while. Saturday night’s win was a thoughtful and meaningful present, even if it possibly ends up being Fuente’s last to the fan base. Continue reading “Fuente Ushers in Return to Normalcy With 33-15 Win Over Virginia”

How Justin Fuente Keeps His Job at Virginia Tech

Calm down. I know that headline might have got your heart racing.

Justin Fuente is wrapping up his fifth season at the helm of Virginia Tech football. It obviously hasn’t gone well — the Hokies just clinched their second losing record over the last three seasons.

There’s a running gun battle over which has deteriorated faster — the on-field product or Fuente’s relations with the fanbase and donors. Neither relationship is on the mend and the two sides basically aren’t talking. Continue reading “How Justin Fuente Keeps His Job at Virginia Tech”

Whit Babcock Has No Easy Solution to Stop Virginia Tech’s Football Freefall

I really like Christopher Nolan’s Batman trilogy, particularly where in The Dark Knight, Harvey Dent famously says, “You either die a hero, or you live long enough to see yourself become the villain.”

Virginia Tech head coach Justin Fuente knows this all too well.

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