BLACKSBURG, Va. -- A steady rainfall saturated Lane Stadium on Saturday night, but it didn't affect No. 13 Virginia Tech's ability to fight off Duke. The Hokies (7-1, 3-1) dominated on defense and protected the football in a sloppy 24-3 victory. "It was a lot of fun actually. It was like being a kid again," Tech quarterback Josh Jackson said. Tech outgained Duke (4-5, 1-5) 387-183 and forced two turnovers to break a two-game home losing streak to the Blue Devils.
BLACKSBURG, Va. -- No. 13 Virginia Tech defeated Duke 24-3 in the pouring rain on Saturday night at Lane Stadium. The Hokies (7-1, 3-1 ACC) dominated the box score but had trouble reaching the end zone. They survived thanks to a strong effort from their defense. Tech outgained Duke (4-5, 1-5) 387-183 and forced two turnovers to break a two-game home losing streak to the Blue Devils. Duke suffered its fifth straight loss, its longest losing streak since dropping five straight to end the 2012 season.
BLACKSBURG, Va. -- No. 14 Virginia Tech showed few weak links in a record-breaking 59-7 win over North Carolina at Lane Stadium on Saturday. The Hokies dominated on offense, defense and special teams in setting school records for points and margin of victory in an ACC game. And in turn, they became bowl eligible for the 25th straight season.
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