Wofford has allowed its opponents to score 28.5 points per game, 6.5 more than the 22.0 Virginia Tech is scoring per contest.
This season Wofford has forced zero turnovers, compared to the five times Virginia Tech has turned the ball over.
Wofford is averaging 15.0 fewer points per game (0.0) than Virginia Tech is allowing (15.0).
Wofford has turned the ball over zero times this season, while Virginia Tech has three takeaways.
Virginia Tech Players to Watch
Grant Wells leads Virginia Tech with 333 passing yards (166.5 ypg) on 37-of-61 passing with two touchdowns and four interceptions this season. He also has 69 rushing yards (34.5 ypg) on 16 carries while scoring one touchdown on the ground.
Keshawn King’s team-high 175 rushing yards (87.5 per game) have come on 23 carries, with one touchdown this year.
Kaleb Smith’s 95 receiving yards (47.5 yards per game) pace all receivers on the team. He’s registered six receptions and one touchdown.
Stephen Gosnell has hauled in three passes for 54 yards (27.0 yards per game) this year.
Nick Gallo has hauled in eight catches for 50 yards (25.0 ypg) this season.
Wofford Players to Watch
The team’s top rusher, Nathan Walker, has carried the ball 24 times for 81 yards (40.5 per game) this year.
This season Kyle Parsons has rushed for 62 yards (31.0 per game) on 16 carries.
Landon Parker’s team-high 46 receiving yards (23.0 yards per game) have come on four receptions.
RJ Khayo has caught four passes for 34 yards (17.0 yards per game) this year.
Jordan Davis’ three receptions this season have resulted in 34 yards (17.0 ypg).