Beginning later this afternoon, TechSideline.com will begin its preseason
coverage of the 2006 football season. Football practice begins on August 4, less
than two weeks away, and the ACC is in the middle of their preseason media
conference in Jacksonville, Florida. The preseason avalanche of coverage has
On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from July 24-August 18, TSL will provide a
preview for each team in the ACC, going in alphabetical order, by division
(Atlantic Division teams first, then Coastal), beginning with Boston College
later today. The previews will conclude with Virginia Tech on August 18.
The ACC team previews will detail things such as returning starters, key
players, and offensive and defensive strengths and weaknesses. We will also look
at each team’s key game of the season.
On Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning July 25 and ending August 17, TSL will
run positional previews of the Virginia Tech football team. Special teams will
be previewed on July 25, then we’ll go through the defense and the offense
unit-by-unit, wrapping up our coverage with the quarterbacks on August 17.
From August 21-28, we will take an in-depth look at the ACC as a whole. TSL
will give position ratings for each team on Monday, August 21. That will be
followed by TSL’s Preseason All-ACC team and award winners on August 23. On
Friday, August 25, we will offer our preseason predictions on the final ACC
standings and make bowl game projections for each ACC team.
Finally, on Monday, August 28, TSL’s game predictions will be released. In
our game predictions, we will try to correctly name the winner of each game an
ACC team will be involved in this season. Later that week, regular TSL coverage
of the Northeastern game will begin.
For the best preseason Virginia Tech football coverage on the net, be sure to
stay logged on to TechSideline.com!
TSL Seeking New Site Sponsors
We’re always looking for new sponsors for the TechSideline.com site, and now
is the time to stop and think if a TSL sponsorship makes sense for your
business. Over the last year, TechSideline.com has averaged 118,000 unique
visitors per month (135,000 per month August through January) and 8.5 million
page views per month (9.5 million per month August through January).
Not only do we reach Hokie fans far and wide, but TechSideline.com is
“on” 24 hours a day, seven days a week, so your message is heard.
Leverage our unique two-way medium to your advantage.
Even if you’re not the marketing director for your company and aren’t in a
position to make this decision, you may know the people who are — if so,
contact the right person in your company, tell them what you know about TSL, and
recommend that they take a look at sponsoring the site.
For more info, contact Will Stewart of TechSideline.com at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And take a look at our online media guide, which tells you more about
TechSideline.com’s reach and marketing power:
Archive/Search Page Upgraded
TechSideline.com is over ten years old now, and the good news is that every
article we have ever posted is archived here on the site. The bad news is, with
all the format changes and improvements in technology and navigation over the
years, our old stuff isn’t always easy to find.
We’ve taken a cut at creating a new Archive/Search page here on TSL that is
designed to make it easier for you to find that certain TSL article that you’re
looking for. To check out the new page, just click the Archive/Search tab near
the top of the site. As always, let us know if you have any suggestions for
improvements to TechSideline.com. (You’ve never been shy in the past, ha-ha.)