It wasn't pretty. From the uniforms to the play in the first half, nothing looked right for Tech. But in the end, the things that are usually steady for the Hokies, the defense and David Wilson, were and it was enough for what turned out to be a good win against a bad opponent.
Everyone seemed to sleepwalk through the first half, from the crowd to the coaches to the players, but the second half saw the Hokies make adjustments to their offense that allowed them to roll for 24 second-half points. In the first quarter, the Hokies ran a lot of zone-read that BC was prepared for and did a good job of stopping.
In the second half, Tech lined up under center, ran right at BC with Wilson (who had 113 second-half yards on 11
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