During the first half of Virginia Tech’s 30-16 win over Boston College on Saturday, the team relied heavily on the pass, giving the ball to running back David Wilson only six times.
As a result, the team found itself trailing at the half to the Eagles, who had only one win entering the game. At that point in time, the Hokies went back to their identity and ground long possessions as Wilson had a dominant second half.
Wilson finished with 17 carries for 134 yards in the game and 113 of those came in the second half. The star running back also had the go ahead touchdown in which he caught an option pitch from Logan Thomas and sprinted down the sidelines 42 yards to the