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Topic - Bruce Taylor
Something was missing.
Virginia Tech is preparing to face two quarterbacks when it plays Virginia on Saturday.
He didn't need to return the shoe.
The setbacks just keep on coming for No. 15 Virginia Tech's defense.
The locker room seemed curiously quiet after a game whose outcome was never in doubt. But in many ways, Virginia Tech's 30-10 win at Marshall on Saturday fell short of satisfying the Hokies, as they realize how much better they must play in this week's ACC opener against Clemson.
The smile creased Bruce Taylor's face a split second after he heard the question. Was he aware what year Marshall quarterback Rakeem Cato is?
For the better part of two decades, the backbone of Virginia Tech's football program was defense. Appropriately enough, that unit ensured Frank Beamer earned his 200th victory at his alma mater.
The NFL lockout has led Bruce Taylor to take some painful steps: He has scrapped publication of a fantasy football magazine that sold 161,000 copies last year, laid off an employee and took out a home equity loan.
Taylor, who was voted a team captain last week, said it took him a little while to "ease" into the role.
"I want to get the win for the team. Forget about me," Taylor said. "It's been a long, tough year. If we can get this win and finish the year with a winning record, that's all that really matters."