Archive for August, 2012
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Watching the opening game of the college football season last night made me go on a little rant. Also, let's talk more about Tyrel Wilson possibly starting at defensive end on Monday night.
Virginia Tech will have a big opportunity on Monday night.
GMSAHokie takes a look back at fall camp and lets us know what he learned.
On this week's edition of the J.D. Howell Show, TSL's Chris Coleman talked about the upcoming Georgia Tech game.
Chancellor (Fredericksburg) offensive lineman Steven Moss has become one of the most coveted juniors in Virginia.
Fans have been asking me how I think the Hokies will do this year.
Jim Weaver and Frank Beamer were the usual guests on Monday night. Charley Wiles, Nick Becton and Antone Exum also made appearances.
Nationally recognized junior DE Da'Shawn Hand was in Blacksburg last Saturday for his second visit to VT in the past three months.
Virginia Tech's defense is expected to be one of the best in the country in 2012.
Even though the Hokies don't play for another seven days, I'll go ahead and say it. Game week is here.
If there is one spot where the Hokies must stay healthy this year, it's the defensive backfield.
On this week's edition of the J.D. Howell Show, TSL's Chris Coleman talked about Tech's two open scrimmages.
Coach Patrick Kane provides the latest on Hermitage (Richmond, VA) star running back Derrick Green.
Scrimmage #2 is in the books.
TSL photographer Ivan Morozov captured all the action in Wednesday’s scrimmage, and we present a gallery of 48 photos.
DE Vinny Mihota, one of VT's four class of 2014 recruits, discusses the upcoming season and new VT recruit Wyatt Teller.
It was May of 2011 when I asked the question, "How Good is Logan Thomas ... Really?" One season later, we know the answer.
The Hokies have a big scrimmage on Wednesday.
This September is huge in college football, because it contains five Saturdays.
Jim Weaver and Frank Beamer were guests, as usual. Bryan Stinespring, Dyrell Roberts and Jeron Gouveia-Winslow filled out the show.