Today marks the end of the 2017 football season for the Hokies and they will not be playing until February 11.
The Hokies will also be without their top two receivers and one defensive back for the season.
The team will look to bounce back in 2018 and 2019 and look to take a step forward in 2019.
The Hokies have an offense that was one of the best in the ACC and was able to run the ball.
Hokies head coach Dave Doeren had a pretty solid recruiting class for 2017 and will look for to repeat that this year.
The offense will feature a lot of different weapons in the passing game including running backs Melvin Gordon and Jaelen Strong, tight ends Kyle Fuller and Ryan Williams, wide receivers James Wright and Trey Williams, and running backs Devon Cajuste and Joe Buntin.
The defense is anchored by defensive end Malik McDowell, who led the ACC in sacks last season.
Virginia Tech has to hope they can continue their success from a year ago.
They will have a lot to prove next season.
The top news of the day for Virginia Tech fans is that the Hokie Football team will play at home in 2018.
Virginia has to be ecstatic with the home schedule this year as they have played many of the toughest schedules in the country.
This game will be their home opener.
Virginia Tech will host #18 North Carolina at 5:30 PM on Thursday, January 29, 2018 at Bobby Dodd Stadium.
Fans can watch the game on the CBS Sports App or on the ESPN App, or watch on ESPNU.
The game will also stream live on ESPN.
Virginia will be coming off a 27-24 win over the #2 ranked Georgia Tech in Charlottesville.
Tech won by a score of 30-28.
The ACC is currently 2-0 against the Blue Devils and has won two games in a row.
Virginia is 3-0 at home this season and will be looking to make a strong run at the ACC Championship.