The Drive Chart From The Virginia Tech-Wake Forest Game Is The Most Appalling Thing You’ll See Today

NCAA Football: Virginia Tech at Wake Forest

Jeremy Brevard-USA TODAY Sports

One of the beauties of being from D.C. but living in New York is that not many of the horrific efforts my favorite local sports team routinely put forth are televised.

So, I didn’t have to watch the Skins embarrassing performance against the Bucs last week. Last night, I missed the Caps falling to the worst team in the NHL.

The rub is that when games are on–since they are so few and far between–I feel almost obligated to watch them.

And for some reason yesterday, Virginia Tech-Wake Forest was on ABC. I had nothing to do, so I put it on. Kill a Saturday watching my alma mater.

The score at the end of regulation was 0-0. Zero-Zero. It was an offensive abomination. Wake won in double overtime, but it doesn’t even matter. No one should have left Winston-Salem with a win. I’ll post a photo of the drive chart that’s going around the Twitters below, but first, I think it’s fun to see it written out. Because it’s so bad.

Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Interception
Punt
Punt
Punt
Missed FG
Fumble
Punt
End of Half
Missed FG
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Punt
Fumble
Punt
Interception
Punt
Punt
Missed FG

How could you not be jacked for overtime after that? That’s not even football. That’s barely rugby.

Here’s the brutal, brutal image.

drive-chart

ESPN

I’d embed tweets from most of my Tech friends, but they almost all have protected accounts. Suffice it to say, the general theme was “Kill me, fire Beamer.”

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