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1. Green's career got off to a slow start, but he ended it as ACC's player of the year

Basketball (M) :: Roth Report :: Bill Roth :: Vol. 5 Iss. 8

Erick Green’s record-breaking season has been arguably the best by an individual player in school history. Last week, Virginia Tech senior guard Erick Green walked off the floor of the Greensboro Coliseum after completing one of the …

2. Intelligence and toughness are two of many things new offensive coordinator wants to see out of Tech's offense

Football :: Roth Report :: Bill Roth :: Vol. 5 Iss. 7

Scot Loeffler has both NFL and college experience and plans on the Hokies having a balanced, pro-style offense in the years to come. Those are two words you hear frequently coming from Scot Loeffler, Virginia Tech’s new offensive co…

3. After slow start, Foster and Tech defense come up big in second half of 2012

Football :: Roth Report :: Bill Roth :: Vol. 5 Iss. 6

As he exited Kenan Stadium in Chapel Hill, N.C., in October, Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster knew something was amiss with his 2012 Hokies’ defense. Tech had just been gashed for 533 total yards by the Tar Heels, incl…

4. With 20th straight bowl bid, Tech puts itself in a rare club

Football :: Roth Report :: Bill Roth :: Vol. 5 Iss. 5

On Dec. 28, Virginia Tech’s football team is going to take the field at Orlando’s Citrus Bowl in front of who knows how many fans for a weekday afternoon drive-time bowl game against Rutgers. It’s not the bowl many fans were h…

5. Lots for an AD to consider when it comes to nonconference scheduling

Football :: Roth Report :: Bill Roth :: Vol. 5 Iss. 4

When Virginia Tech AD Jim Weaver was forced to find additional nonconference football games starting next year, there were plenty of factors to consider – the financial implication of a new series, finding an attractive opponent fo…