The story was "cracked" by Will Stewart when he wrote his article the night Seth was fired. Nothing really more to it than that. I don't know why people are still holding a grudge at this point, and that goes for both points of view. It's over, and it's time to move on.
Some who claim to have inside information have suggested on this board that there was more to it than what's contained in Will's article. Also, whether you agree with the dismissal or not, the timing and manner of the dismissal was unusual. I'm sure that most of us are ready to move on and are looking forward to seeing what next season brings with James Johnson at the helm, but next season is still a long way off, there isn't much recent VT basketball news to discuss, and Seth's firing is still the most recent major event in Virginia Tech basketball, so it's not surprising that it would still be a topic for conversation occasionally.
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