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Latest Bud Foster Items
After seeing his defense get uncharacteristically abused by North Carolina on Saturday, Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster offered a simple solution for the Hokies' woes.
Lane Stadium roared as Virginia Tech stuffed Miami's fake field-goal attempt in the first series of last Saturday's game. Then, Alonzo Tweedy saw something sobering: teammate Jeron Gouveia-Winslow limping toward the sideline.
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?
Bud Foster gathered his defense together at 6:45 a.m., just like always.
When Virginia Tech takes the field Monday night against No. 3 Boise State in a huge opening game, the 10th-ranked Hokies' offense will be in a new role.
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.