The TSL Podcast, Episode 16: The ‘Canes Rebirth and Virginia Tech’s Keys to the Game

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Virginia Tech walloped Miami in 2016. Can they pull out another win in 2017? (Photo by Ivan Morozov)

The latest episode of The TSL Podcast is live. In this week’s episode, Will Stewart and Chris Coleman join me to recap Virginia Tech’s 24-3 win over Duke, discuss the Tech-Miami rivalry and if it’s relevant again, and we’ll also preview the Hokies’ showdown with the Hurricanes this Saturday.

You can listen to the podcast below, on our Soundcloud page or on iTunes. Be sure to subscribe to the podcast on whatever app you use to listen, and be sure to follow us on Twitter @TechSideline, @ChrisColemanTSL and @RickyLaBlue. Enjoy.

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  1. With only one year in the saddle, i believe he can be judged only by the X’s and 0’s plus, of course, the win/loss record. Thus far, I would say he is in the “elite” group of coaches. Given the next three or four years, he can be judged including his recruiting record..although there is much more involved with recruiting that is out o fhis hands such as history of the program, location, facilities, etc. One other test I believe in for being an elite coach is winning the “Big Game”. In the past, our record for that has been far from the best.. Time will tell. I for one, just hope we can keep him.

  2. Ricky (i think) mentions CJF being among the “elite” coaches in the country. im just curious what makes you think that? i think he is a very good Xs and Os guy, and hes getting great play out of a bunch of freshmen this year, but to date he hasnt done anything to truly make him “elite”? i think hes a top 10-15 coach no doubt, but Saban, Meyer, Dabo (yes) are elite IMO. i think what would make him elite is getting those top 15 recruiting classes year after year like Dabo has done, but as of right now i would just consider him in the “next best” category.

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