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Required Game Week Reading: Virginia Tech

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BLACKSBURG VA - NOVEMBER 04: A general view of the entrance to Lane Stadium prior to the game between the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on November 4 2010 in Blacksburg Virginia.  (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images)
BLACKSBURG VA - NOVEMBER 04: A general view of the entrance to Lane Stadium prior to the game between the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets on November 4 2010 in Blacksburg Virginia. (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images)
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Where to go to read up on the Virginia Tech Hokies. First, take a look at the following preseason articles on the Hokies: ACC SportsAthlon SportsFootball Study HallColey Harvey and Pre-Snap Read.

SB Nation:

If applicable, we will put a SB Nation blog at the top. Gobbler Country is one of our oldest blogger frenemies. Be sure to stop by and say hello. You can also follow f4H on Twitter @gobblercountry. Here is our preseason Q&A with Gobbler Country.

Media:

Plenty of coverage of Virginia Tech football in the local papers. Be sure to check out The Virginian-PilotThe Roanoke Times and The Richmond Times-Dispatch.

Blogs:

Virginia Tech easily has the largest number of bloggers in the conference. After Gobbler Country, check out these Bloggin' Gobblers: Chris Colston, The Key Play, The A-Line, The North End Zone, TechSuperfans!, VirginiaTechFan.com, Fighting GobblersThe Football Girl and We Bleed Bourbon, which easily has the best name of any Hokie blog. 

Message Boards:

Hokie message boards are go at Tech SidelineVTInsider.com (Scout) and Hokie Haven (Rivals).

Official Site:

The school's official website is HokieSports.com, where the Hokies football team is really, really, really excited about beating Wake Forest.

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Any other Virginia Tech sites, leave 'em in the comments.