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Topic - David Wang
Tariq Edwards may have returned to the field for the Virginia Tech football team Saturday, but defensive coordinator Bud Foster said the junior linebacker is still a week or two away from really being ready to contribute and challenge for a starting role.
When the Virginia Tech football team held its first scrimmage of the spring this week, coach Frank Beamer described the performance as "ragged."
Huawei was officially told it was on a short list of two before it was banned, Wang said.
David Wang, Huawei's director of business development in Australia, told the committee the Australian government had initially invited Huawei to tender.