Archive for April, 2012
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Anthony "Big Cat" Barber, a highly rated point guard out of Hampton (VA), provides the latest on his recruitment.
Multiple reports indicate that former Hokie assistant coach James Johnson will return to Blacksburg just two weeks after he left for Clemson, and take over the Virginia Tech men's basketball program as head coach.
Virginia Tech wide receiver Danny Coale was selected in the fifth round with the #152 overall pick by the Dallas Cowboys on Saturday.
The Hokies have now had a defensive back drafted in 14 straight NFL drafts.
Rumors are afloat that Jim Weaver has settled on a list of guys he considers finalists for the position of men's basketball coach.
Football, football recruiting and basketball are the topics of the day.
King's Fork (Suffolk, VA) was the first of six commits Virginia Tech landed last Saturday.
David Wilson was selected by the New York Giants with the #32 and final pick of the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft.
Big-time quarterback commitment Bucky Hodges discusses his decision to attend VT.
I’d like to begin by going on record that by far my biggest disappointment of the spring was the cancellation of the Spring Game.
DaeSean Hamilton recaps last Saturday's trip to Virginia Tech.
On this week's edition of the Sean Bielawski Show, TSL's Chris Coleman discussed the firing of Seth Greenberg and the search for a new coach. He also stayed on an extra segment to talk about spring practice.
If you read message boards or Twitter, you've seen a lot of names associated with the Virginia Tech job.
Here are some helpful numbers that you might want to consider throughout Virginia Tech's coaching search.
Parker Osterloh and Braxton Pfaff are key commitments at a position of need.
In the end, Seth Greenberg's tenure at Virginia Tech came crashing down quickly.
Statesville (N.C.) quarterback Carlis Parker is the latest high school junior to commit to Tech.
As you know by now, Virginia Tech is in the market for a new men's basketball coach.
At a 4pm press conference, Jim Weaver announced that Seth Greenberg has been fired as men's basketball coach at Virginia Tech.
Despite no Spring Game, we still have 14 practices to evaluate what the offense did this spring.