Thankfully no weather service is predicting the weather insanity of the Purdue game, but almost everyone, including our go to Weather Underground is predicting a wet and cool situation for the game on Saturday. It’s looking a whole lot like a “late” (because it’s only a month into Fall) season mountain drizzle at a modest mid-60’s temperature and light winds. Frankly, that benefits the Hokies because wet sloppy conditions always benefit a running offense with a short-range passing attack - when they do pass.
Don’t cough and hack about the phrase “running attack”, either. No, the Hokies still can’t run inside very well.