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NCAA Football Betting: Playing football is the easy part for Virginia Tech after a turbulent offseason that saw Justin Fuente dismiss two defensive starters, lose another to injury and deal with academic concerns for his quarterback. The program also lost co-defensive coordinator Galen Scott, who resigned in April. Fuente handled the transition from legendary Frank Beamer flawlessly, winning 19 games in his first two seasons. He may have his toughest job yet getting the Hokies back on track. They aren’t a perfect team but they are good enough to challenge for another ACC Coastal crown.

2018 Virginia Tech Hokies at a Glance

Hokies National Championship Odds: +10500

Hokies Odds To Win ACC: +962

Hokies Regular Season Win Total: 8.5

The issues surrounding Josh Jackson have been resolved and the quarterback will be back for his sophomore season, giving Fuente some continuity at the position. Much like the Hokies, Jackson had his ups and downs last season. He started 13 games and threw for nearly 3,000 yards with 20 touchdowns, but he struggled down the stretch when Tech lost three of its last five games, including the Camping World Bowl to Oklahoma State.

Fuente helped develop a first-round pick in Paxton Lynch during his time at Memphis, and Jackson should only improve his numbers. The Hokies need to find a playmaker among a group of receivers to help the aerial attack. Ball State transfer Damon Hazelton could be that guy. He had over 500 receiving yards as a freshman before sitting out last season. Sean Savoy is the leading receiver among returning players with 39 grabs and four scores in 2017. A lack of big play receivers has prevented Fuente from unleashing the type of offense we saw at Memphis.

Tech allowed fewer than 15 points per game last season and had one of the best defenses in the country. Coordinator Bud Foster will earn his paycheck this season, though, and must rebuild a secondary that lost three starters. Adonis Alexander, who was projected to take one of those spots, was ruled ineligible, and Jeremy Webb was lost for the year with an Achilles injury. The staff has recruited well and the team is young. They will need to grow up in a hurry if the Hokes are to contend for another division title.

2018 Virginia Tech Hokies Betting Schedule

Week 1: Virginia Tech at Florida State, Monday, September 3

Week 2: Virginia Tech vs. William & Mary, Saturday, September 8

Week 3: Virginia Tech vs. East Carolina, Saturday, September 15

Week 4: Virginia Tech at Old Dominion, Saturday, September 22

Week 5: Virginia Tech at Duke, Saturday, September 29

Week 6: Virginia Tech vs. Notre Dame Saturday, October 6

Week 7: Virginia Tech at North Carolina, Saturday, October 13

Week 8: OFF

Week 9: Virginia Tech vs. Georgia Tech, Thursday, October 25

Week 10: Virginia Tech vs. Boston College, Saturday, November 3

Week 11: Virginia Tech at Pittsburgh, Saturday, November 10

Week 12: Virginia Tech vs. Miami (FL), Saturday, November 17

Week 13: Virginia Tech vs. Virginia, Friday, November 23

List of Virginia Tech Hokies Seasons

YEAR RECORD BOWL GAME
2017 9-4 L – Camping World Bowl
2016 10-4 W – Belk Bowl
2015 7-6 W – Independence Bowl
2014 7-6 W – Military Bowl
2013 8-5 L – Sun Bowl
2012 7-6 W – Russell Athletic Bowl
2011 11-3 L – Sugar Bowl
2010 11-3 L – Orange Bowl
2009 10-3 W – Chick-fil-A Bowl
2008 10-4 W – Orange Bowl
2007 11-2 L – Orange Bowl
2006 10-3 L – Chick-fil-A Bowl
2005 11-2 W – Gator Bowl
2004 10-3 L – Sugar Bowl
2003 8-5 L – Insight Bowl
2002 10-4 W – San Francisco Bowl
2001 8-4 L – Gator Bowl
2000 11-1 W – Gator Bowl
1999 11-1 L – Sugar Bowl
1998 9-3 W – Music City Bowl
1997 7-5 L – Gator Bowl
1996 10-2 L – Orange Bowl
1995 10-2 W – Sugar Bowl
1994 8-4 L – Gator Bowl
1993 9-3 W – Independence Bowl
1992 2-8-1 -
1991 5-6 -
1990 6-5 -
1989 6-4-1 -
1988 3-8 -
1987 2-9 -
1986 9-2-1 W – Peach Bowl
1985 6-5 -
1984 8-4 L – Independence Bowl
1983 9-2 -
1982 7-4 -
1981 7-4 -
1980 8-4 L – Peach Bowl
1979 5-6 -
1978 4-7 -
1977 3-7-1 -
1976 6-5 -
1975 8-3 -
1974 4-7 -
1973 2-9 -
1972 6-4-1 -
1971 4-7 -
1970 5-6 -
1969 4-5-1 -
1968 7-4 L – Liberty Bowl
1967 7-3 -
1966 8-2-1 L – Liberty Bowl
1965 7-3 -
1964 6-4 -
1963 8-2 -
1962 5-5 -
1961 4-5 -
1960 6-4 -
1959 6-4 -
1958 5-4-1 -
1957 4-6 -
1956 7-2-1 -
1955 6-3-1 -
1954 8-0-1 -
1953 5-5 -
1952 5-6 -
1951 2-8 -
1950 0-10 -
1949 1-7-2 -
1948 0-8-1 -
1947 4-5 -
1946 3-4-3 L – Sun Bowl
1945 2-6 -
1942 7-2-1 -
1941 6-4 -
1940 5-5 -
1939 4-5-1 -
1938 3-5-2 -
1937 5-5 -
1936 5-5 -
1935 4-3-2 -
1934 5-5 -
1933 4-3-3 -
1932 8-1 -
1931 3-4-2 -
1930 5-3-1 -
1929 5-4 -
1928 7-2 -
1927 5-4 -
1926 5-3-1 -
1925 5-3-2 -
1924 4-2-3 -
1923 6-3 -
1922 8-1-1 -
1921 7-3 -
1920 4-6 -
1919 5-4 -
1918 7-0 -
1917 6-2-1 -
1916 7-2 -
1915 4-4 -
1914 6-2-1 -
1913 7-1-1 -
1912 5-4 -
1911 6-1-2 -
1910 6-2 -
1909 6-1 -
1908 5-4 -
1907 7-2 -
1906 5-2-2 -
1905 9-1 -
1904 5-3 -
1903 5-1 -
1902 3-2-1 -

Virginia Tech hit the national landscape after Frank Beamer took over the program in 1987. Prior to his arrival, the Hokies had appeared in just six bowl games with one win and never in back-to-back seasons. They were invited to their first ever bowl game following the 1946 season after a pair of schools turned down an invitation to the Sun Bowl.

Beamer produced just five wins during his first two campaigns, but he would go on to have 25 winning seasons in his final 27 years of coaching. He was the architect of the program’s finest season in 1999. With Michael Vick leading the way, the Hokies went 11-0 during the regular season, the most wins in program history, and met Florida State in the Sugar Bowl for the national championship. The Hokies would fall 46-29.

That season started a stretch that would see the Hokies win at least 10 games in 11 of the next 13 years, winning 11 games six times. The Hokies appeared in a bowl game for the first time under Beamer in 1993, defeating Indiana in the Independence Bowl. They’ve been bowling every year since and own the longest active streak as recognized by the NCAA.

Beamer retired following the 2015 campaign after topping out at eight wins over his final four seasons. In their first season under Justin Fuente, the Hokies won 10 games and captured the sixth Coastal Division title in program history. A loss to eventual national champion Clemson cost them their first conference title since 2010.

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