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Late in the Sugar Bowl between Michigan and Virginia Tech, ESPN showed a video of Hokies running back David Wilson’s pimped out ride. It probably was a bad idea, because everyone watching thought the same thing: this was a sure NCAA violation. The Key Play provided us with the picture and some background on the ride:
While at home last January, Virginia Tech running back David...
Going to the game…a tailgate… maybe just the day with watching with friends on TV? Don’t be caught off guard with what happens during the Sugar Bowl Tuesday night. Know your opponent with the Virgnia Tech Hokie Primer.
It’s been a rough bowl season for the ACC… again. The conference is sitting at 2-4 in the bowl season, and as SouthernTimeGirlsandSports writes it’s now or never for the ACC. I can’t disagree. Florida State came through with a hard fought win over Notre Dame and NC State took care of business against Louisville, and that’s pretty much it. I felt Virginia and Wake Forest...
This season, I've had to devote my time to some non-TSF things that I couldn't do concurrently with producing well-written articles. EhhTee and MadJay have both carried the water this year, and they have done a great job. However, events in overtime of the Sugar Bowl have brought me out of hibernation to author this piece. My primary reason for writing this I withhold...
Free Press special writer Nick Meyer will live-blog tonight's Sugar Bowl between Michigan and Virginia Tech. Discuss the action here.
It wasn't pretty. It might have even been a tad lucky.I don't care.Michigan wins its first BCS game since the 2000 Orange Bowl.Go Blue!
NEW ORLEANS - The most bizarre minute of football you're likely to witness erased a half of domination and...
Virginia Tech wanted to prove itself worthy of a BCS bid.
CFT: Michigan came away with an ugly, 23-20 overtime victory over Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl on Tuesday. Just how the Wolverines pulled it off, however, is a mind-boggling mystery.
A sampling of national coverage of Michigan's 23-20 victory over Virginia Tech in the Sugar Bowl on Tuesday night:
Former North Carolina and Virginia Tech head coach Bill Dooley and former Clemson and NFL standout Terry Kinard have been selected for enshrinement into Chick-fil-A Bowl Hall of Fame for 2011. Dooley and Kinard join a select group honored for their participation in Atlanta's 44-year-old bowl game tradition.