The Virginia Tech Hokies picked up a shutout win on Saturday, beating Delaware 27-0 and improving to 2-0 on the young season. Now, the Hokies are set to travel to Greenville, N.C., to face old foe East Carolina. We will have more on that game later in the week.
Now, let’s take a look back at Tech’s shutout win over a surprisingly feisty Delaware team.
Josh Jackson has room to grow
Well, duh, he is a freshman, after all. Jackson wasn’t bad Saturday. His final numbers were solid and he took care of the football. That’s especially impressive for a freshman. However, he missed some throws he’d like to have back. This is going to be a progress as he’s a freshman throwing to several other freshmen. He also wasn’t helped by drops. Freshman Sean Savoy dropped a surefire-TD in the first half on a nice throw by Jackson.


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