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Dyrell Roberts broke one of life's fundamental rules on Saturday. He ran with scissors. Roberts' blatant disregard for societal norms actually occurred on the gridiron, as the Virginia Tech wide receiver discovered a pair of scissors during the first quarter of the Hokies' game against North Carolina. Roberts picked up the scissors and quickly tried to get the officials' attention while the Tar Heels lined up for a play. The refs at first didn't recognize Roberts' efforts, though, leaving us wondering what would have happened had Roberts played a down with the scissors in his hand. Clearly, that would have...
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This is something you don't see everyday during a college football game. Virginia Tech wide receiver Dyrell Roberts spots a pair of heavy-duty scissors as his team was lining up for a play against the North Carolina Tar Heels on Saturday.The discovery opens the door to a plethora of questions such as, how did the pair of hand-operated choppers get there? Why were they there?...
We knew you could find all sorts of things when combing an athletic field — old cell phone, french horn … Andre Dawson — but a pair of scissors? What?That’s what Virginia Tech wide receiver Dyrell Roberts spotted on the field during the Hokies game against North Carolina on Saturday. How the scissors got there is anyone’s best guess. It probably came from the grounds crew...
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