BLACKSBURG, Virginia (Ticker) -- Another meeting, another
For the third time in the last four seasons, Virginia Tech
completely dominated the Western Michigan, rebounding from a
loss to top-ranked USC with a 63-0 victory.
The win was the 17th consecutive at home against a non-league
opponent for the Hokies (1-1), who have outscored the Broncos,
124-0, since their first meeting in 2001.
Starting his 27th straight game, senior Bryan Randall completed
15-of-21 passes for 253 yards and two touchdowns. Backup Sean
Glennon added a pair of touchdown throws of 30-plus yards.
Freshman flanker Eddie Royal ran 11 yards for a touchdown in the
first quarter and caught a 35-yard TD pass from Randall 2:12
before halftime for a 27-0 advantage.
Defensive end Jason Landis returned a fumble 28 yards for a
touchdown and cornerback Brandon Flowers added a 38-yard
interception return for a TD for the defense, which forced three
turnovers and held Western Michigan (1-1) to 163 total yards.
A charge of driving under the influence against Tennessee offensive lineman Charles Mosley has been dropped.
Kevin Weidl and Marcus Spears look at the best fit, biggest surprise and best player left from the SEC after the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
Thirteen minutes before the draft, Laremy Tunsil's Twitter account was reportedly hacked and a video of Tunsil smoking surfaced. The drama didn't end there, as the 13th pick dominated the headlines on draft night.
SEC Network checks into Mississippi State's spring football practice for a sneak peak at their offseason adjustments.
Kevin Weidl and Marcus Spears look at how former Ole Miss players Laquon Treadwell and Robert Nkemdiche will fit with the Vikings and Cardinals, respectively.
SEC Network's Peter Burns talks with Seattle Seahawks' 31st overall pick Germain Ifedi about the feeling of being drafted and his excitement for Seattle.