Virginia Tech News: QB carousel with ACC schools, WBB Top 25 ranking

The Virginia Tech women's basketball team continues to move up in the AP Top 25 poll and much more in the latest edition of Virginia Tech News.

Pittsburgh v Virginia Tech
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In the latest edition of Virginia Tech News, two transfer portal quarterbacks make their decisions about coming to a pair of ACC schools and the Virginia Tech women's basketball team moves up in the latest AP Top 25 poll.

Virginia Tech women move up in AP Top 25 poll

Sunday, the Virginia Tech women's basketball team kicked off ACC play with an impressive ACC-opening win over Pittsburgh at Cassell Coliseum. Monday, the Hokies continued their upward trend in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll.

After their 50-point win over the Panthers, Virginia Tech slid one spot up to No. 13 ahead of what is going to be a big week for Kenny Brooks and his team. Thursday night, they travel to Wake Forest hoping to have a better result than the men did Saturday, then they return to Cassell on Sunday to take on third-ranked North Carolina State. The ACC is going to be a battle every single night this winter.

Transfer portal QBs had sights on ACC school

The quarterback carousel in the ACC continues to spin round and round. Now, the conference was thought to be getting two of the top transfers after last month, Ohio State transfer Kyle McCord committed to Syracuse.

Washington State transfer Cam Brown was going to decide between going to Miami or entering the NFL Draft. Monday, the Cougars quarterback choose to enter the NFL Draft instead of coming back to college for more season. That means Mario Cristobal needs to go back to the drawing board for a QB.

Meanwhile, Florida State landed Oregon State signal caller and former Clemson QB for Dabo Swinney, DJ Uiagalelei. He had an official visit last month with the Seminoles and unlike Brown, he is deciding to remain in college rather than going into the NFL Draft.

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