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By John R. Bolton
Reality calls for attaching Gaza to Egypt and the West Bank to Jordan
Topic - James Gayle
Cornerback Kyle Fuller is one of four Virginia Tech players who were invited to the league's annual scouting showcase, and each arrived with different goals.
Virginia Tech cornerback Kyle Fuller was not always the excellent open-field tackler he is now. He admitted after Saturday's 14-10 win at Duke that what everyone just saw took hours of practice, and that great tacklers make themselves great.
"I feel I can do both," Gayle said, referring to playing the two positions. "Obviously, I probably need to gain a couple pounds to play defensive end, but I can easily do that. I played at 270 in college. I feel like right now I can play outside linebacker. I feel comfortable."
"It's not shocking (we lost) because we've lost to Duke. We've lost to Boston College," he said. "It's just things we have to work on as a team, but I'm not going to sit here and cry about it. I'm going to move on. I'd rather lose with Coach Beamer than win with their team at the end of the day."