This Is Hokie country.

Billed as the toughest place in college football for opponents to play by, Lane Stadium/Worsham Field boasts one of the best playing surfaces in the nation. With the south end zone and west side additions, the Hokies compete in one of the best stadiums in the country.



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2016 Schedule

Saturday, Sept. 3 Liberty Lane Stadium
Saturday, Sept. 10 Tennessee Bristol Motor Speedway, Bristol, Tenn.
Saturday, Sept. 17 Boston College Lane Stadium
Saturday, Sept. 24 East Carolina Lane Stadium
Saturday, Oct. 8 North Carolina Chapel Hill, N.C.
Saturday, Oct. 15 Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y.
Thursday, Oct. 20 Miami Lane Stadium
Thursday, Oct. 27 Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, Pa.
Saturday, Nov. 5 Duke Durham, N.C.
Saturday, Nov. 12 Georgia Tech Lane Stadium
Saturday, Nov. 19 Notre Dame Notre Dame, Ind.
Saturday, Nov. 26 Virginia Lane Stadium

Football News

First-class facilities

The Hokies' football success can be traced in part to the first-class facilities the team uses on a daily basis. While the results are apparent on game day in Lane Stadium, there are many other facilities that help the Hokies in all phases of preparation. It is the work that is done in these areas that leads to success both on and off the football field.

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  • The Merryman Center
  • Steve Johnson Practice Fields
  • Locker Room Facility
  • Quillen Family Academic Center (Located in Lane Stadium)
  • Locker Room
  • Indoor Practice Facility
  • Lane Stadium
  • Lane Stadium/Worsham Field

Hokies in the pros

With three Tech players being drafted and several more signing free agent deals, Virginia Tech enters the 2014 NFL season with over 180 former players under Frank Beamer alone having signed with NFL teams. In 2013, 20 players were on NFL rosters with seven making the playoffs. Duane Brown, Kam Chancellor and Brandon Flowers were named Pro Bowlers and Chancellor won a Super Bowl ring with the Seattle Sehawks.

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  • David Wang  |  Corriculum & Instruction
  • Chase Williams  |  Marketing Management
  • Laurence Gibson  |  Psychology
  • Detrick Bonner  |  Human Development
  • Willie Byrn  |  Communication
  • Daniel Dyer  |  Human Nutrition, Foods & Exercise
  • Greg Gadell  |  Mechanical Engineering
  • Mark Leal  |  Sociology

Academic success

Of the 13 seniors on the 2014 roster, there are eight Hokie graduates, with the other five on track to graduate this year. David Wang has already graduated (business degrees in three years) and earned a second undergraduate degree last past summer and both Chase Williams and Laurence Gibson will earn a second undergraduate degree this fall. In 11 of the past 13 years, Tech has graduated at least 70 percent of its class and since 2001, there have been 229 senior Tech football players on the roster with 213 earning their degree. That is over 93 percent!

ACC Honors

The 2013 Virginia Tech football team won eight games to earn a bid to the Hyundai Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas. Individually, 10 players were honored by the ACC, including Kyle Fuller, who was named to the Coaches' All-ACC First Team, and Kendall Fuller, who was named the Defensive Rookie of the Year.

The record book

Consecutive bowl streak stands at 23

The Virginia Tech bowl tradition dates back to 1947 when the Hokies appeared in the Sun Bowl, and in the years since, more than one million fans have witnessed Tech compete in 29 bowl games in 13 different stadiums and in eight states. Tech's invitation to the Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La., extended its bowl appearance streak to 23 consecutive years, the longest active streak in the country.

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A game day experience like no other

It's Enter Sandman. It's the HokieBird. It's the Marching Virginians blaring the fight song. It's Lane Stadium, bursting with maroon and orange. The sights and sounds of game day at Virginia Tech create an unrivaled college football experience.

Building the total athlete

At Virginia Tech, student-athletes don't just play sports. Hokies have the advantages of top-notch services to prepare them for action on the field and for life after graduation.

Jack Tyler

A second-team All-ACC and first-team Coaches All-ACC selection at linebacker … Broke up a pass and made seven tackles in the overtime win over Rutgers in the Russell Athletic Bowl.


Antone Exum

An All-ACC Second-Team honoree at corner as selected by both the media and coaches … Earned honorable mention All-America honors from … Earned all-bowl team honors after being named MVP of the Russell Athletic Bowl


James Gayle

A second-team All-ACC selection at defensive end in 2011 and 2012 and 2012 Coaches All-ACC second team in 2012.