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Bowl Simulation: Hokies defeat Razorbacks in Belk Bowl

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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher
On December 29, 2016 at 3:57 pm EST

According to our whatifsports.com simulation, the Virginia Tech Hokies won the Belk Bowl at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C. They defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks, 48-34, on Thursday night.

The Razorbacks had 535 total yards in 30 minutes and 23 seconds in time of possession. The Hokies had 502 total yards in 29 minutes and 37 seconds.

Bucky Hodges (Getty Images)

Bucky Hodges (Getty Images)

Hokies quarterback Jerod Evans had 212 passing yards. He had two touchdown passes.

Travon Williams had a 147 rushing yards and two touchdowns. Sam Rodgers had 79 yards and a touchdown, while Evans had 53 yards and a touchdown. Shai McKenzie had seven-yards and Cam Philips had four-yards.

Bucky Hodges had 76 receiving yards and a touchdown. Rodgers had 38 yards and Isaiah Ford had 37 yards. Phillips had 35 yards and a touchdown. C.J. Carroll had 16 yards and Henri Murphy had 10 yards.

Razorbacks quarterback Austin Allen had 387 passing yards. He had three touchdown passes.

Rawleigh Williams III had a 114 rushing yards and a touchdown. Devwah Whaley had 26 yards and Allen had eight-yards.

Drew Morgan had a 132 receiving yards and a touchdown. Jeremy Sprinkle had 91 yards and two touchdowns. Keon Hatcher had 50 yards while Jared Cornelius had 26 yards and Dominique Reed had 25 yards. Williams III and Whaley had 22 yards each and Austin Cantrell had 19 yards.

Randy Ramsey had a sack for the Razorbacks.

Jahque Alleyne, Deon Newsome and Andrew Motuapuaka had a sack each for the Hokies.

The Hokies had three second-half touchdowns. Joey Slye also made a 49-yard field goal.

Sprinkle caught a 17-yard touchdown from Allen in the fourth quarter for the Razorbacks. Adam McFain made a 27-yard field goal.

Virginia Tech also had three first-half touchdowns. Slye also made a 36-yard field goal.

Arkansas also had three first-half touchdowns. With 12 seconds left in the first half, McFain tied the game at 24 with a 28-yard field goal.

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