#ACCKickoff: Virginia Tech coach Brent Pry (AUDIO)

Brent Pry is looking for more success in his second season at Virginia Tech after the Hokies fell to 3-8 in 2022 (Nell Redmond/ACC)

Virginia Tech suffered through its third consecutive losing season in 2022 as the program is now far removed from its glory days under Frank Beamer. VT hasn’t finished in the AP Top 25 since 2017 and hasn’t posted double-digit victories since 2016.

The Hokies mustered just three wins in Brent Pry’s first year at the helm and the offseason has brought significant roster turnover. There are a lot of fresh faces on the Blacksburg campus that Pry is counting on to make an impact, especially at the skill positions.

The new group will have plenty of time to get acclimated before entering ACC play. The Hokies play four non-conference opponents in September before facing Pittsburgh, Florida State and Wake Forest in consecutive weeks.

Virginia Tech head coach Brent Pry at ACC Kickoff


QB • Grant Wells • Jr.
WR • Da’Wain Lofton • Sr.
TE • Nick Gallo • Sr.
RT • Parker Clements • Jr.
RG • Kaden Moore • Sr.
DT • Mario Kendricks • Sr.
DT • Norell Pollard • Sr.
LB • Alan Tisdale • So.
LB • Keonta Jenkins • Sr.
DB • Mansoor Dellane • Sr.
DB • Dorian Strong • Sr.

Virginia Tech 2023 Schedule

Sept. 2 vs. Old Dominion
Sept. 9 vs. Purdue
Sept. 16 at Rutgers
Sept. 23 at Marshall
Sept. 30 vs. Pittsburgh
Oct. 7 at Florida State
Oct. 14 vs. Wake Forest
Oct. 26 vs. Syracuse
Nov. 4 at Louisville
Nov. 11 at Boston College
Nov. 18 vs. NC State
Nov. 25 at Virginia

2022 Results

Overall: 3-8 ACC: 1-6
Sept. 2 at Old Dominion L 20-17
Sept. 10 vs. Boston College W 27-10
Sept. 17 vs. Wofford W 27-7
Sept. 22 vs. West Virginia L 33-10
Oct. 1 at North Carolina L 41-10
Oct. 8 at Pittsburgh L 45-29
Oct. 15 vs. Miami (FL) L 20-14
Oct. 27 at NC State L 22-21
Nov. 5 vs. Georgia Tech L 28-27
Nov. 12 at Duke L 24-7
Nov. 19 at Liberty W 23-22

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