Virginia Tech suffered a 17-3 loss to Boston College on Friday night — and the game wasn’t as close as the final scored might indicated.

Boston College possessed the ball for nearly 37 minutes of game time and limited the Hokies to just 73 total passing yards on the night. Even considering Virginia Tech was forced to turn to backup quarterback Knox Kadum, its offense was strangely ineffective.

Va Tech averaged just 4.6 yards per play and gained 12 first downs. Malachi Thomas was the lone bright spot, gaining 70 yards on 13 carries.

Virginia Tech’s inability to move the ball has become somewhat normal in recent years. According to ESPN’s David Hale, this is the 43rd consecutive game where the Hokies have totaled under 500 yards of offense.

This loss brings Virginia Tech down to 4-5 on the season and puts the Hokies in danger of not qualifying for a bowl for the first time since 1992.

It also means coach Justin Fuente is now just 42-31 in nearly six seasons at the helm in Blacksburg. Fans have been turning up the heat on his tenure for the last several weeks, but tonight’s loss may have been a breaking point.

Here’s some of the reaction from Virginia Tech fans who are asking for the administration to move on from Fuente as head coach:

https://twitter.com/thehokie_effect/status/1456814546363027458

https://twitter.com/JPCVT/status/1456820134757154817