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A team that was routed at home by Middle Tennessee and fired its defensive coordinator at midseason will get a chance to play for a BCS bowl bid.
Georgia Tech fired defensive coordinator Al Groh on Monday, hoping a change will save what has been a hugely disappointing season.
For programs that rarely play and have very different football traditions, Virginia and Penn State share a number of personnel connections.
Virginia Tech always ends its pre-practice huddles with a little question-and-answer session among coach Frank Beamer and his players. Beamer calls out a topic, the players bellow the response.
Saturday is Virginia's homecoming weekend, and former center John St. Clair is on hand to have his jersey retired at halftime. The Cavaliers also are celebrating the 80th anniversary of Scott Stadium, which opened on this day in 1931.
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Much has changed in the two years since William and Mary's football program last visited Virginia.
The first of what could be several NCAA shoes dropped on Miami's football program Tuesday. The first thing most people thought is "poor Al Golden."
Morgan Moses knew how many eyes were fixed on him. And it wasn't just because of his imposing frame.
Al Groh says he received lots of advice about retiring and enjoying life after he was fired by Virginia last year.
Keith Payne never imagined when he arrived at Virginia that it would take him five years to become part of the offense.
Al Groh is waiting for the phone to ring for his Georgia Tech defense.
Mike London didn't realize how consumed he had become with his new job as Virginia's football coach until his daughter asked him a question.
Cooper Taylor said he feels even faster than two years ago, when he was Georgia Tech's fastest player.
BLACKSBURG, Va. — For 21 seasons, Virginia Tech has benefited from the wisdom and toughness not just of coach Frank Beamer but also of defensive coordinator Bud Foster.
He issued a statement through Georgia Tech saying he understood the decision.
"The institute has decided to go in a different direction, which I respect," Groh said. "I aimed to give the best that I had every day. It's been an honor to be a part of the legacy of Georgia Tech football. I feel positive that this is a good time in life to move on to a new situation."