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NCAA College Football 2019 Week-5
Match Team: Duke vs Virginia Tech
Date: Friday, 27 September
Start Time: Today
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These predictions aren’t getting any easier. Duke played Bama tough for about 2 1/2 quarters and since then they have beat up on two cupcakes. We haven’t. After losing to BC the Hokies beat Furman and Old Dominion in close games. Games that were much closer than they should have been. My heart says VT, my head is telling me Duke. Willis needs to limit turnovers for VT to win this game. I am also counting on Hokie Nation to come through Friday night to help the boys push through a game that is going to be much closer than it should be.
Prediction: Virginia Tech 35, Duke 34
Last week on the podcast, I picked the Hokies to win this one in a close one. After watching Duke play, I think this is a bad matchup for the Virginia Tech defense, for similar reasons why everyone thought Furman would put up some points. They are quarterbacked by an effective, dual-threat quarterback who won’t turn the ball over. They have a talented running back in Deon Jackson. And they execute their offensive scheme at a high-level, both out of their shotgun spread formations and the triple option.
Tackling in the open field is going to be critical in this one, and I’m not sure the Hokies will be consistent enough there to really slow down the Duke offense. Tech’s offense is going to have to match Duke’s offense, which means the pressure is on a quarterback (Ryan Willis) who apparently has a bum shoulder. Given Tech’s struggles in the running game and their struggles to score in bunches against the likes of Furman and ODU, I’m not sure Tech is operating with enough firepower to hang for four quarters.It’s a tale of two teams right now, and it’s getting harder and harder to put your chips on Virginia Tech. I like what the Hokies boast on offense, defense and special teams. I think they can be better than Duke in each one of those three categories, yet they haven’t shown it this season.
The turnovers, injuries at key positions and lack of a cohesive offensive line have hurt the Hokies’ first 25% of the season. I believe they very well could get on track with fixing a lot of those issues following a BYE week. After all, you cannot expect Virginia Tech to operate with the most turnovers in CFB for the remainder of the season. The Hokies have to first prove they can tighten it up by Friday evening. The game will be placed on Ryan Willis’ shoulders and he will have to perform.
As for Duke, there isn’t anything particularly special about the team. It’s a fundamentally sound offense and defense with sprinkled athleticism at various positions. I don’ see any glaring weaknesses or strengths. Perhaps the biggest plus of Duke is their ability to stay disciplined and not turnover the football. I like Quentin Harris, but don’t love him. I think he’ll shoot back down to earth against an improved Hokies’ secondary – which will be heavily tested.
Overall it comes down to who you trust more at this very point in time. Currently I trust Duke more than Virginia Tech. Let’s see if they can prove me wrong, as they should be able to.