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Military Bowl

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  • Virginia Tech overcomes more injuries, wins Military Bowl for Beamer

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Isaiah Ford is an 18-year-old freshman, less than six months removed from high school. But as Virginia Tech reveled in Saturday’s Military Bowl victory, this rookie receiver spoke wisely, briefly and eloquently about the...
  • Frank Beamer's return figures to inspire Virginia Tech in Military Bowl

    WASHINGTON — Shane Beamer was 12 and a sideline gofer the last time his father was not on the field for a Virginia Tech football game. This was 1989, Frank Beamer's third year as the Hokies' head coach, and less than a week after a coronary...
  • Military Bowl: Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech

    Military Bowl: Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech
    After Cincinnati lost three straight games in which its defense allowed nearly 50 points per game, head coach Tommy Tuberville dubbed them the “Bad News Bearcats”. His team took that moniker to heart and responded with seven straight victories...
  • Who has the edge? Military Bowl | Cincinnati vs. Virginia Tech

    VIRGINIA TECH (6-6, 3-5 ACC) VS. CINCINNATI (9-3, 7-1 AAC) WHAT: Military Bowl WHEN: 1 p.m. WHERE: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium; Annapolis, Md. OFFENSE Just keeping guys healthy has been a chore all season for Tech. J.C. Coleman will be...
  • Virginia Tech's Ken Ekanem and Dadi Nicolas develop into formidable end duo

     Virginia Tech's Ken Ekanem and Dadi Nicolas develop into formidable end duo
    As far as on-field awakenings are concerned, Virginia Tech defensive ends Ken Ekanem and Dadi Nicolas have both come a long way in their first seasons as full-time starters. Coming into Saturday's game against Cincinnati (9-3) in the Military Bowl,...
  • Phoebus alum Mark Wilson gets it right in the classroom and on the field at Cincinnati

     Phoebus alum Mark Wilson gets it right in the classroom and on the field at Cincinnati
    Mark Wilson just didn't get it. He's the first to admit studying, homework and excelling in the classroom weren't anywhere near the top of his agenda in his early high school days at Phoebus. That was the old Wilson. Now, as the redshirt freshman...
  • Virginia native Robert Prunty takes unlikely roundabout path to coaching role at Cincinnati

     Virginia native Robert Prunty takes unlikely roundabout path to coaching role at Cincinnati
    About three days before Christmas in 2009, Robert Prunty had the long-awaited opportunity of a lifetime arrive in the form of a phone call. He never saw it coming, but truthfully, he wasn’t even looking. There was a time in Prunty’s life when...
  • Underdogs such as Virginia Tech will determine ACC's bowl success

    Eleven ACC teams are bowling in nine states, in venues from Yankee Stadium to the Rose Bowl. Agendas and stakes vary, not to mention quality of opponents. But there are three overarching storylines: **Unlike its four power-conference colleagues, the...
  • Sports TV and radio: Saturday's 12/27 log (updated Wednesday PM)

    8:30 a.m.    Highlights: North Carolina basketball, then Duke at 9.--MASN 9 a.m.    Talk: Sports Highlights (d.; on Cox cable channel 47 and Verizon FiOs 17 in Newport News and nnpstv.com).--NNPS 10 a.m.    Football: Sept. 2014: Hampton vs. Phoebus.--...
  • College football bowl TV schedule through New Year's Eve: Matt Millen will work the Pinstripe Bowl

    College football bowl TV schedule through New Year's Eve: Matt Millen will work the Pinstripe Bowl
    Merry Christmas to one and all. After going to church, having some nice family dinners and opening up all of those wonderful presents, lots of football fans will gather around the big screen TVs for some college football bowl action. Here's where...
  • Loeffler needs more time to cure what ails Virginia Tech's offense

    BLACKSBURG — Eyes bloodshot, ballcap pulled low, stubble at multiple days and counting, Scot Loeffler looked every part the sleepless man. In short, he looked like he often does. This was late Monday morning as Loeffler, Virginia Tech's second-...