Archive for March, 2012
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GMSA Hokie checks in with this week's Friday Q&A.
For the past three seasons, Virginia Tech has had the luxury of outstanding quarterback play.
Rustburg (VA) all-time leading scorer and VT-bound forward Marshall Wood discusses his future and much more in this "Q&A."
Thanks to recent attrition, we could see Tech's numbers going up on the defensive side of the ball for the 2013 recruiting class.
Warhill (Williamsburg, VA) junior offensive tackle Parker Osterloh discusses when a decision could come.
On this week's edition of the Sean Bielawski Show, TSL's Chris Coleman talked about the opening of spring practice.
Spring practice opens tonight for Virginia Tech, who is expected to be the Coastal Division favorite yet again in 2012.
As good as the 2011 Hokie football offense was, they struggled to score in the red zone.
Spring practice opens tomorrow, and the official depth chart was released on Monday.
Hokies quarterback target Carlis Parker updates his health, recruiting, and talks Tech in this latest update.
Virginia Tech is attempting to put the finishing touches on their 2012 basketball recruiting class.
You'll recognize many of the names in Tech's secondary this year, though they may not be playing the same positions.
Virginia Tech has offered 2014 OL Steven Moss and is eyeing 2013 ATH Chris Holmes out of Chancellor (Fredericksburg, VA).
Chris Coleman and GMSAHokie talk about Tech's linebacker positions.
On this week's edition of the Sean Bielawski Show, TSL's Chris Coleman talked about Tech's situation at linebacker, as well as other topics.
Sophomore point guard Devon Hall, fresh off a very good season, may be close to earning more offers.
Charley Wiles has a lot of talent returning on the defensive line this year.
Virginia Tech has expressed serious interest in 4-star point guard Jaren Sina.
Virginia Tech linebacker Telvion Clark was dismissed from the team on Tuesday for a violation of team rules.
Virginia Tech must replace four offensive line starters this spring. Fortunately, they have plenty of experience amongst their backups.