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Before we make our case for whether or not Virginia Tech’s Danny Coale pulled in this grab in overtime of the Sugar Bowl, we must first appreciate the moment itself. You can debate the call in either direction, but you cannot debate that this is one of the finest plays you will ever see a [...]
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When you’re Frank Beamer and Virginia Tech, the standards are different for you from the rest of the ACC. The Hokies have been the ACC’s top program since expansion. There is no debate about that… None. Again the Hokies won 10 or more games, and again the Hokies went to the ACC Title game. That’s 5 ACCCG appearances in 7 years, but here’s the part that frustrates Hokie...
We won that game. This may sound like the bitter ranting of a sore loser, but that Danny Coale catch was a TD. I don't know how the refs could overturn a call they made that showed absolutely NO sign of a reversal. His elbow was down before the ball touched the ground, and then even after the ball touched the ground, there was absolutely no sign that the ball moved or that...
Virginia Tech and Michigan played to a classic finish in Sugar Bowl, but deserving teams were missing.
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!
Free Press special writer Nick Meyer will live-blog tonight's Sugar Bowl between Michigan and Virginia Tech. Discuss the action here.
NEW ORLEANS — After Tuesday night's overtime loss to Michigan in the Sugar Bowl, Jayron Hosley said his team, so disparaged coming in, had nothing to be ashamed of. "I hope the world saw that," he said. "We played our hearts out. We had ups and downs, but we got ...
In the first quarter of the Sugar Bowl last night, Virginia Tech running back David Wilson tried to find the end zone from the Michigan 4-yard line. There were no holes to be found, and after slipping and nearly going down outside the 10, Wilson took off backwards to avoid the cavalcade of Michigan defenders [...]
Boston College is coming off a 57-49 victory over Central Connecticut to improve to 5-8. Tonight is the start of ACC action as the Eagles host Virginia Tech.Virginia Tech is currently 5-9 on the season and in last place in the conference. The Hokies are coming off a 53-33 win over Clemson on Monday, Jan. 2. Following tonight's game, Boston College will travel to Winston-Salem...
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.