I’ve had to skip Presbyterian, Georgia Tech’s Sept. 3 opponent. The team doesn’t have a beat writer and my attempts to find a reasonably unbiased source to analyze the team fell short. I’ll keep working on it. Anyway, Norm Wood of the Daily Press of Newport News, Va., was gracious enough to answer questions about Virginia, Tech’s opponent Sept. 15 at Bobby Dodd Stadium. You can follow his blog here and on Twitter here.
1. In a nutshell, what are Virginia’s strengths and weaknesses?
Despite losing Associated Press second team All-American left guard Austin Pasztor and honorable mention All-Atlantic Coast Conference center Anthony Mihota, U.Va. should still be very sturdy up front. Starting right guard Luke Bowanko spent his offseason rehabilitating from surgeries to each of his shoulders, but he should be ready to go for the start of practice and could slide over to center. Left tackle Oday Aboushi and right tackle Morgan Moses could be one of the best overall blocking duos