Billed as the toughest place in college football for opponents to play by Rivals.com, 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.
The Virginia Tech bowl tradition dates back to 1947 when the Hokies appeared in the Sun Bowl, and in the 66 years since, more than one million fans have witnessed Tech compete in 26 bowl games in 12 different stadiums and in seven states. Tech's invitation to the Hyundai Sun Bowl in El Paso, Texas, extended its bowl appearance streak to 21 consecutive years, the second-longest active streak in the country.See complete bowl history
The 2013 Virginia Tech football team won eight games, highlighted by wins over Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Miami and Virginia. 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 ACC Defensive Rookie of the Year.The record book
Heading into the 2014 season, over 100 former players under Frank Beamer alone have played in the NFL and in 2013, 26 players were on NFL rosters with nine making the playoffs, three earning Pro Bowl bids and two playing in the Super Bowl.View the full list (PDF)
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.
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.Read more
Despite missing most of the second half of the season due to injury, Kyle Fuller earned All-America honors after notching 24 tackles and two interceptions.×
Kendall Fuller broke the Virginia Tech freshman record with six interceptions and was a key cog in one of the best secondaries in the country.×
Jack Tyler was Tech's leading tackler for the second year in a row earned All-ACC honors once again for his play after notching 100 tackles.×