|2000 Virginia Tech Hokies football|
|Gator Bowl Champions|
|Gator Bowl, W, 41–20 vs. Clemson|
|2000 record||11-1 (6-1 Big East)|
|Head coach||Frank Beamer|
Michael Vick's 2000 season did have its share of highlights, such as his career rushing high of 210 yards against the Boston College Eagles in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. Against West Virginia in the Black Diamond Trophy game, Vick accounted for 288 total yards of offense and two touchdowns in a 48–20 win. The following week, Vick led the Hokies back from a 14–0 deficit against Syracuse at the Carrier Dome—where the Hokies had not won since 1986. Vick put the game away with a 55-yard run with 1:34 left.
The following game against Pittsburgh, Vick was injured and had to miss the rest of that game, the entire game against Central Florida, and was unable to start against the Miami Hurricanes—the Hokies' lone loss of the season. Vick's final game at Virginia Tech came against the Clemson Tigers in the 2001 Gator Bowl, where he was named MVP of the game.
|2||Sept. 7||@ East Carolina||Win||45||28||2-0|
|4||Sept. 30||@ Boston College||Win||48||34||4-0|
|6||Oct. 12||West Virginia||Win||48||20||6-0|
|7||Oct. 21||@ Syracuse||Win||22||14||7-0|
|9||Nov. 4||@ Miami, FL||Loss||21||41||8-1|
|10||Nov 11||@ Central Florida||Win||44||21||9-1|
The following players were drafted into professional football following the season.
|Michael Vick||Quarterback||1||1||Atlanta Falcons|
|Cory Bird||Defensive back||3||91||Indianapolis Colts|
|Matt Lehr||Center||5||137||Dallas Cowboys|