In his first start of the 2020 football season, Virginia Tech quarterback Hendon Hooker Won a solid win over the Boston College Eagles inside Lane Stadium.
Hooker, who missed the first two games of the season due to a medical issue, threw for 111-yards in his first start of the year, leading Virginia Tech to a 164-yard 40-14 win. Of.
The 164 Rising Yards given by Hooker are the most from the quarterback position Michael vick 210-yard run against Boston College during the 2000 season.
rushing back Khalil Herbert Completed 100 yards for the fourth consecutive bout in 143 yards rushing for the win.
On offense, Virginia Tech compiled 461-yards of total offense.
In defense, the Hokies forced five turnovers in Saturday night’s win.
On the opening drive, Boston College converted two third downers before Devin Taylor, who was placed at free safety, forced a fumble that would have embarrassed Virginia Tech to midfield, however, the Hokies Were unable to replace with Brian johnson Missing 53-yard field goal attempt.
Coming into scoring position on subsequent drives to Boston College, the Virginia Tech defense once again recovered the ball for the offense, recovering their second fumble in multiple drives, keeping the offense at the 14-yard line. But gave the ball away.
With the help of hooker Khalil Herbert, Led to Virginia Tech’s offense in the Boston College field before Sterling.
Johnson connected on 43-yards to give Virginia Tech an early 3–0 lead.
In the second quarter, Boston College took a 7-3 lead over Virginia Tech in quarterback Phil Jurkovec Connected with Jaylen Gill For a 12-yard score.
Virginia Tech quickly led a touchdown drive with the hooker, which was capped off with a 7-yard touchdown run. The four-play, 49-yard touchdown drive included a 31-yard rush by Hooker.
Virginia Tech’s defense forced its third turnover of the night on Boston College Drive after Taylor’s interference Jurkovec Virginia Tech at the 26-yard line.
Virginia Tech converted the turnover into a touchdown when Hooker connected with Herbert on a screen pass that went the distance, giving Virginia Tech a 17-7 lead with a 2:49 lead in the first half.
In the second half, Virginia Tech took an early lead in their campaign.
Boston College did not. Despite back-to-back plays from Virginia Tech’s secondary, Jurkovec Changed my second attempt of the night Jehlani Galloway For a 16-yard gain.
Jurkovec Then the tight end hooks up with Hunter Long who leads the drug defenders on their way to the end zone, leading the Hawkeyes to 3.
After a 57-yard run by Herbert, Virginia Tech once again found itself in scoring position. A penalty from Boston College moved Virginia Tech to the 5-yard line and Hooker fired his way into the end zone and regained the lead in double digits.
Following an individual foul penalty on Boston College, Virginia Tech pinned the Eagles deep in their own zone on the ensuing kickoff. The Hokies forced a fourth trade on the night Chamarri Conner snatches the ball Travis levy.
Was recovered by Dorian strong 17-yard line at Boston College.
Following a drop by Herbert, Virginia Tech tied for a 27-yard field goal, leading 27-14 late in the third quarter.
In the fourth quarter, Virginia Tech’s run game continued the yardage with the tailback Rahim Kalahar Breaking free for a 28-yard touchdown with 13:44 remaining in the contest.
With a 33–14 lead, Virginia Tech’s defense forced a turnover of ups and downs on their own 14-yard line, but were unable to convert the opportunity into points.
Brian Murray Caught Jurkovec For the Eagles for their fifth turnover on the night, opening up an opportunity for the Hookers to find the end zone once again.
Hooker scored his second touchdown run with 2:20 remaining in the contest, rushing 17-yards for the score, extending Virginia Tech’s lead to 40-14.
Next week, Virginia Tech will travel to the Wake Forest. Kickoff is scheduled for 3:30 PM EST on ACC Network.