CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (WFXR) – Virginia Tech was on the hunt for their second conference win of the season. Saturday afternoon at Kenan Memorial Stadium the Hokies fell to North Carolina 41-10. According Virginia Tech head football coach Brent Pry his teams success is determined by how well they complement each other on the field.
“I just tell them that we have to play complementary ball we’re not the type of team that can play below average in one phase or another and go win a game. We have to kind of do it together we have to make some plays defensively we have to make a couple more plays offensively we have to make some plays on teams. We’re not necessarily hurting on special teams right now but we’re not making any plays. I think if we do that the team I see is good enough to a caliber of club like north Carolina right now.”
Virginia Tech quarterback Grant Wells completed 16 of 26 passes and 139 yards for the Hokies. Next Saturday Virginia Tech heads to Pittsburgh to face the panthers at Heinz Field. Kickoff is set for 3:30 p.m.