This football season has not gone as well as Virginia Cavaliers fans had hoped. There are times when it looked like the Hoos had made some advances, and then there are times when it feels like they’re stuck on the side of a mountain somewhere. Saturday was more of the latter.
Poor Hoos.... pic.twitter.com/ebwxZ6PX3M— Samantha B (@SamiBoyd) November 26, 2016
It appears that there was an accident on 81, and truck driver relied on GPS to take Mt. Tabor out of Blacksburg. The buses made it through, but the truck was not as lucky.
You know you're not having a good day when you lose 52-10 then get your equipment truck stuck on the back roads. #13straight #Hokies pic.twitter.com/Sz1YYH9N2u— Damian Salas (@vthokie) November 26, 2016
Stuck in the side of a mountain with a sharp turn sign that looks like a u-turn sign that has a slow down sign and...we’re not one for metaphors much, but here we are at the end of the season with two wins.
Thankfully, it looks like no one was hurt.
We are all good thanks man https://t.co/032wzY5IWn— Matthew Althoff (@UVAEquipment) November 27, 2016