In the latest edition of Virginia Tech News, two transfer portal quarterbacks make decisions on two ACC schools and Virginia Tech women’s basketball team moves up in the latest AP Top 25 poll. Masu.
On Sunday, the Virginia Tech women’s basketball team opened ACC play with an impressive ACC opener victory over Pittsburgh at Cassell Coliseum. On Monday, the Hokies continued their upward trend in the latest Associated Press Top 25 poll.
After a 50-point win over the Panthers, Virginia Tech dropped one spot to 13th place before a big week for Kenny Brooks and his team. On Thursday night, they head to Wake Forest hoping for a better result than the men’s team on Saturday, before returning to Cassel on Sunday to take on No. 3 North Carolina State. The ACC will be battling every night this winter.
The ACC quarterback carousel continues to spin. Now, the conference was expected to land two top transfers after Kyle McCord transferred from Ohio State to Syracuse last month.
Cam Brown, a transfer from Washington State, was deciding whether to go to Miami or enter the NFL Draft. On Monday, the Cougars quarterback elected to enter the NFL Draft instead of returning to college for another season. That means Mario Cristobal will have to go back to square one as QB.
Meanwhile, Florida State acquired Oregon State signal caller and former Clemson QB DJ Uiagalelei for Dabo Swinney. He took an official visit to the Seminoles last month and, unlike Brown, has decided to remain in college and not enter the NFL Draft.