NCAAF Virginia Tech Hokies

General Information

Conference: Atlantic Coast Conference (2004-present)

NCAA Division: Division 1

City: Blacksburg, Va.

Stadium: Lane Stadium


National Championships: None

Conference Titles: 8 (1963, 1995, 1996, 1999, 2004, 2007, 2008, 2010)

Divisional Titles: 6 (2005, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2016)


Past Conference:

  • Southern
  • Big East

Virginia Tech Hokies Hurricanes Standings & Analysis

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All-Time Tulsa Virginia Tech Hokies Standings & Records

Passing yards:

  • Logan Thomas: 9,003
  • Tyrod Taylor: 7,017
  • Bryan Randall: 6,508
  • Don Strock: 6,009
  • Will Furrer: 5,915

Rushing yards:

  • Cyrus Lawrence: 3,767
  • Kevin Jones: 3,475
  • Roscoe Coles: 3,459
  • Maurice Williams: 2,981
  • Dwayne Thomas: 2,798

Receiving yards:

  • Cam Phillips: 3,027
  • Isaiah Ford: 2,967
  • Jarrett Boykin: 2,884
  • Danny Coale: 2,658
  • Tre Turner: 2,292

Virginia Tech Hokies Football History

Team History

The Virginia Tech Hokies are a Division I program based in Blacksburg, Va. Virginia Tech joined the Atlantic Coast Conference in 2004 along with Miami.

The Hokies came over from the Big East, where they had become a perennial national contender under Frank Beamer. Beamer took them to 23 straight bowl games, including a national championship appearance in the 2000 Sugar Bowl following an 11-0 start. The Hokies, with All-American freshman Michael Vick at quarterback, lost 46-29 to Florida State to finish No. 2 in the poll, the highest final ranking in school history.  

Vick wound up winning the inaugural Archie Griffin Award as college football’s most valuable player and placed third in the Heisman Trophy voting, the highest finish ever for a freshman. The dynamic dual-threat left Virginia Tech following his redshirt sophomore season and was picked first overall in the 2001 NFL Draft by the Atlanta Falcons.

Virginia Tech remained a fixture in the BCS era, returning to the Sugar Bowl in 2004 and the Orange Bowl in 2007, 2008 and 2010. They have not had a BCS appearance since the 2012 Sugar Bowl, which they lost to Michigan to complete an 11-3 season.

Following Beamer’s retirement in 2015, the Hokies haven’t been able to recapture their form. They’ve made five bowls in the post-Beamer era, but the program’s days of being in the national title conversation are behind them.

The Hokies’ best finish under Beamer’s replacement, Justin Fuentes, came in 2016, when they won 10 games, reached No. 16 in the polls and beat Arkansas in the Belk Bowl. It was the Hokies’ only bowl victory under Fuentes, who went 43-31 over his six years at the helm.

Brent Pry, the former defensive coordinator at Penn State, replaced Fuentes following the 2021 campaign. He went 3-8 his first season, as the Hokies failed to reach a bowl for only the second time since 1992.

Virginia Tech has made 34 bowls altogether, with an overall record of 13-21. Its streak of 27 consecutive bowl appearances, beginning with the 1993 Independence Bowl and continuing through the 2019 Belk Bowl, was the fourth-longest in NCAA history. The Hokies’ most recent appearance came in the 2021 Pinstripe Bowl, which they lost to Maryland.

The Hokies also have eight conference championships, most recently the 2010 ACC title.

Notably, Virginia Tech has had more than 100 players selected in the NFL Draft, including 11 in the first round and two (Bruce Smith in 1985 and Vick in 2001) as No. 1 overall. Besides Smith and Vick, former Hokies to reach the NFL include Super Bowl VIII-winning quarterback Don Strock and Pro Bowlers Antonio Freeman, DeAngelo Hall, Duane Brown, Brandon Flowers, Kam Chancellor, Tyrod Taylor, Kyle Fuller, and Tremaine Edmunds.

What is the winningest season in Virginia Tech program history?

“Virginia Tech’s school record for wins in a season is 11, accomplished six times (1999, 2000, 2005, 2007, 2010, 2011).

What is Virginia Tech’s highest ranking in program history?

“The Hokies’ highest ranking in school history is No. 2, accomplished in both 1999 when it lost to Florida State in the national title game, and 2000.

What is the worst season in Virginia Tech program history?

“The Hokies went 0-10 in 1950, one of only two winless seasons in program history.
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