Virginia Tech Hokies College Football Tickets and Seating Chart
This resilient team is one that you find yourself wanting to root for to win. The Virginia Tech Hokies are a compelling college football team that has an impressive lineup this season. With some really great players ready to hit the gridiron, fans and visitors alike can expect to get all the bang for their buck when they come out to experience one or more of their games. The Hokies are at the no. 12 position in the country after putting an unexpected hurt on no. 1 ranked UNC. Tyrod Taylor threw two touchdown passes, helping ensure the win over Duke.The Hokies also took home a win against Miami 31-7, Nebraska 16-15 and Marshall 52-10. With just one loss to Alabama 24-34 at the start of the season, the Hokies appear to be on a winning streak that may take them straight to the championship bowl! Upcoming games include Boston College on October 10, Georgia Tech on October 17 and North Carolina on October 29.Although numbers 10, 73, 78 and 84 have been retired, you can still find all the other numbers on the backs of this season's Hokies as follows: Matt Balwin (65), Kwamaine Battle (93), Nick Becton (54), Jeff Beyer (16) Greg Boone (8), Brent Bowden (97), Xavier Boyce (29), Jarrett Boykin (81), Jaymes Brooks (68), Nekos Brown (47), Rashad Carmichael (21), Collin Carroll (50), Kam Chancellor (17), Ju-Ju Clayton (12), D.J. Coles (90), Marcus Davis (7), Blake DeChristopher (62), Brandon Dillard (80), Chris Drager (33), Randall Dunn (13), Darren Evans (32), Zac Evans (46), Steven Friday (82), Austin Fuller (35), Lyndell Gibson (39), Jeron Gouveia-Winslow (43), Richard Graham (64), John Graves (91), Cody Grimm (26), Isaiah Hamlette (55), Cris Hill (8), Antoine Hopkins (98), Jayron Hosley (20), Kenny Jefferson (42), Jake Johnson (36), Joe Jones (45), Andrew Lanier (72), Zach Luckett (44), Cam Martin (41), Eric Martin (86), Davon Morgan (2), Mark Muncey (94), Justin Myer (48), Greg Nosal (75), Quillie Odom (38), Josh Oglesby (25), Vinston Painter (71), Prince Parker (87), Joey Phillips (27), Dorian Porch (24), Courtney Prince (59), Matt Reidy (23), Sergio Render (70), Barquell Rivers (52), Dyrell Roberts (11), Brian Saunders (30), Andre Smith (88), Rob Stanton (85), Jacob Sykes (37), Bruce Taylor (51), Demetrius Taylor (56), Tyrod Taylor (5), Patrick Terry (83), Logan Thomas (3), Cordarrow Thompson (95), Dwight Tucker (53), Matt Tuttle (63), Alonzo Tweedy (28), Michael Via (67), Stephan Virgil (22), Matt Waldron (49), Ed Wang (77), Beau Warren (60), Sam Wheeler (18), Eddit Whitley (15), Lorenzo Williams (14), Ryan Williams (34), David Wilson (4), Jason Worilds (6) and Kenny Younger (31).Located on Stadium Road in Blacksburg, Virginia, Lane Stadium hosts all home games for the Virginal Tech Hokies. Normally Virginia Tech students flood the north end zone in orange to create the orange effect but there are still great seats to be had in this section. The cheerleaders usually rev up the east and west stands before the game so if you love yelling back "Let's Go" or "Hokies" along with the crowd, this is a great section to get tickets for also. Those who prefer warmth and added luxury will want to check into some of the highly coveted suites, club seating or press box locations.No matter where you want to be inside Lane Stadium, except on the field during the game, you can make it happen with the right tickets. There are still some really great seats for upcoming games against the Boston College Eagles, North Carolina Tar Heels and North Carolina State Wolfpack for games scheduled October 10, October 29 and November 21.