Miami Hurricanes vs. Virginia Tech Hokies Recap
October 17, 2015
Miami's Brad Kaaya threw for 296 yards and two touchdowns, leadind the Hurricanes to a win over Virginia Tech at Sun Life Stadium. Kaaya completed 19-of-30 passes and played a turnover-free game, helping Miami to improve to 4-2. On the other hand, the Hokies turned the ball over four times. Starting quarterback Brenden Motley was pulled from the game after committing three turnovers. Virginia Tech's Travon McMillian rushed for 99 yards on 16 carries. Miami is still in contention in the ACC's coastal division, but faces a tough test in the Hurricanes' next game against fifth-ranked Clemson. The Hokies are an uncharacteristically poor 3-4 for the season.
Virginia Tech Hokies Vs. North Carolina State Wolfpack Recap
October 9, 2015
Two ACC teams met in Blacksburg Virginia as the 2-3 Virginia Tech Hokies hosted the 4-1 North Carolina State Wolfpack. QB Brendan Motley was not that efficient completing only 50% of his passes on the day but he was great when it counted throwing 3 touchdown passes on his 14 completions for 158 yards. Travon McMillian had a great day on the ground for the Hokies rushing for 96 yards and a score on only 11 carries. As a team the Hokies ran for 200 yards to the Wolfpacks 157. The high man guy on the ground for the Wolfpack was Matthew Dayes with 66 yards on 14 carries.
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Virginia Tech Hokies vs. Pittsburgh Panthers Recap
October 3, 2015
Pitt's freshman running back Quadree Ollison ran for 122 yards and a touchdown on 19 carries, leading the Panthers to a win over Virginia Tech in Blacksburg. With 2014 ACC rushing leader James Conner out for the season, Ollison has responded with 427 rushing yards in the Panthers' first four games. The Panthers have lost just once in their last seven games against Virginia Tech. The Panthers' defense allowed just 100 total yards and intercepted three Brenden Motley passes. Pitt quarterback Nathan Peterman was 9-of-15 for 110 yards and a touchdown, an 11-yard pass to J.P. Holtz in the first quarter.