After an embarrassing loss to Syracuse just weeks ago, the Hokies have come out the last two games and looked like an angry team who wants revenge over everyone just for stepping on the field with them.
Can the Hokies win the rest of their games and head to Orlando for their first conference title game since 2010? The schedule would say yes with games against Duke, Georgia Tech and Virginia left on the slate. As long as they play like they have the last eight quarters, it’s going to happen.
After being on top of the standings last week, the men from Kentucky take a step back thanks to being exposed for the second time in the last three games as a team who, quite frankly, can be beaten at any time when someone other than Lamar Jackson has to shine.
Yes, the Heisman frontrunner threw for 361 yards and four touchdowns, but his desire to make the play by himself when things break down and not try to include his teammates could come back and bite them before the season ends.