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  • Virginia Tech's Tyrod Taylor goes from 'athlete' to QB

    Virginia Tech's Tyrod Taylor goes from 'athlete' to QB
    All the convincing Virginia Tech offensive coordinator Bryan Stinespring needed that his starting quarterback had finally come of age came in September during a 90-second span. Tyrod Taylor has spent the last 3 1/2 months of his junior season proving...
  • Getting players to commit takes a special breed of assistant coach

    Getting kids to sign a letter of intent to join your college football program takes more than just a slick haircut, a firm handshake and a smile. Nailing down recruits requires other qualities these days. Successful college recruiters will have...
  • Bay Rivers District football: 20 years, 20 great players

    Bay Rivers District football: 20 years, 20 great players
    The Bay Rivers District begins its 21st football season on Friday, when five teams kick off 2010 against non-conference opponents. Before moving on to the next 20 years of district football, let's take a look back at 20 great players from the district's...
  • Virginia Tech kicker Chris Hazley finds stride

    Chris Hazley kicked four second-half field goals Saturday in the Hokies' 19-0 victory, making him 8-for-9 this season. "He's a good kicker," coach Frank Beamer said. "This is the fourth year in a row we've had a senior step in there (as the kicker)....
  • Tyrod Taylor: Virginia Tech quarterback is a Senior to Watch

     
    Tyrod Taylor: Virginia Tech quarterback is a Senior to Watch We start this week with the first of a 5-part series on seniors to watch this season. They may not be the most talked about but should make an impact for their teams....