Virginia Tech football post-spring 2024 record prediction

It is setting up to be a special fall in Blacksburg for the Virginia Tech football team.
Sep 30, 2023; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies running back Bhayshul Tuten (33) runs
Sep 30, 2023; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies running back Bhayshul Tuten (33) runs / Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports
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Now that the spring practices and Spring Game is in the books, it’s time for the dreaded offseason until late July when things finally get going with practices and the season-opener on Labor Day Weekend in Nashville, Tennessee against Vanderbilt.

Virginia Tech has had a lot of retainment from its 2023 roster and that is huge and raised expectations for the Hokies going into 2024. With a slew of impactful players back on both sides of the ball, most betting sites have Virginia Tech’s over/under win total at 7.5 and right now, the over looks like a very solid pick. 

With that said, after some movement in and out with the spring transfer portal (mostly in), here is a record production for the 2024 Virginia Tech football season post-spring.

Games 1-4

Game 1: at Vanderbilt
Game 2: vs. Marshall
Game 3: at Old Dominion
Game 4: vs. Rutgers

OK, let’s get the obvious out of the way. The Hokies play their first four games as their non-conference games again and anything less than 4-0 would be disappointing. Vanderbilt is still expected to finish at the bottom of the SEC, Marshall is a huge revenge game after last season’s loss, Old Dominion could be more difficult than originally thought and Rutgers is another revenge game after they rolled over Virginia Tech last September. They will begin the season with a new QB, but they do return running back Kyle Monangai who rushed for 143 yards and three touchdowns in the Scarlet Knights, 35-16, victory. He’ll be facing a much better and different-looking defensive line this season.

Record: 4-0