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Got off track with a super busy work week and a virus that knocked me on my butt for about 36 hours, so let's try this again.
First, the ACC has FINALLY wagged its finger at UNC.
The ACC issued a public reprimand Friday of North Carolina, just more than a month after the Tar Heels were hit with NCAA sanctions. The ACC's balan
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Friday afternoon Katz column on the Uthoff saga and other transfer issues.
Andy Katz Blog on ESPN.com
Hoo Perk, I really like this feature you do for this site. Do you have any issue if I rebrand it on VTscoop.com??? Thanks!
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RTD article on Richmond native Russell Wilson's chances in the NFL draft. I know that Wilson has a lot of fans here, so I thought I'd pass it on.
"He's not typical and he's too short and all those things," NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock said. "However, to me, he's a winner.
In the micromanaged world of the NFL draft, where players are evaluated in extreme detail, there is a mold for every position.
RTD piece on a UVA alum-turned-MLB scout. Interesting read.
Houston Astros manager Larry Dierker stood before his players in spring training of 1997 and introduced his coaches.
Update on our starting QB's papa.
"I think every time (there is a coaching change), it's going to be a little bit different, a little bit of a getting-used-to period, a little bit of feeling out," said Laub, who's competing for the starting QB job with Virginia transfer Michael Strauss, a rising sophomore. "I think what has helped is that Coach Rocco has delivered the same thing from day one. You've got to buy in if you want to win. I think the team has done a pretty good job of that."
Senior safety Cooper Taylor has been a University of Richmond student for about 15 months since transferring from Georgia Tech. In Taylors time as a Spider, he has answered to three head coaches: Latrell Scott, Wayne Lineburg and Danny Rocco.
Pretty weak. It wasn't even their "middle finger."
Article on the Hokies' spring game getting cancelled.
I didn't exactly invent the concept, but thanks for asking first! Feel free.
The tennis team just keeps on rolling.
Second-ranked Virginia won its sixth consecutive ACC Tournament title with a 4-1 win over eighth-ranked Duke. It marked the third consecutive season that the Cavaliers defeated the Blue Devils in the final.
Using post #900 on this article on the ACC track & field championships.
The women placed second with 100 points, their best finish since 1995, while the men captured third with 113 points.
Hokie Times chimes in on their weekend recruiting hall. (Just skip it if you don't want to barf.)
Roanoke Times' Andy Bitter reports, analyzes, blogs, tweets Virginia Tech Hokies football from Blacksburg every day for roanoke.com
I bet CoachRobbie has some comments on this proposal.
Tom Dolan remembers the last time the Virginia High School League was contemplating major changes. More than 40 years ago, the VHSL was dividing the state's public high schools into three classifications determined by enrollment: Group A, Group AA and
The Pilot covers Smoke's Army recognition.
Bayside coach Darnell Moore confirmed Saturday that running back Taquan Mizzell has been chosen to play in the U.S. Army All-American game. Mizzell, 5-foot-10 and 180 pounds, joins a long and growing list of players from South Hampton Roads to play in
I don't know how many folks care about the state's FCS programs like I do, but here's a nice write-up on ODU's spring game on Saturday.
NORFOLK Aaron Evans has been telling any teammate who would listen that he broke some of NFL standout Michael Vick's records in high school. Still, it's hard to believe that someone who is (very generously) listed at 5-foot-9 and 190 pounds passed for
And an article on Maryland's spring game as well. Apparently they had about 2,000 people show up.
Marylands spring game came and went Saturday before about 2,000 at Byrd Stadium, with a pair of touchdowns (a Brandon Ross run and a pass from Ricky Schultz to Nigel King) and one field goal accounting for all of the conventional scoring.
And finally, my favorite baseball player will be back in the lineup on Tuesday.
Ryan Zimmerman felt improvement with the inflammation in his right shoulder, and because of the rainout he will get three days of rest while missing only one game.
it's good stuff man. I love the collaboration between all the 247 sites!
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