The TSL Podcast Episode 74: Brock Hoffman and a BC Preview

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The crew (Evan Hughes, Chris Coleman, and Will Stewart) discuss Brock Hoffman’s denied transfer waiver and preview the upcoming Boston College game. They also address the burning question: What’s the status of Stick It In Ale’s availability? (79 minutes)

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  1. Chris/Will/Evan;
    This Hoffman thing is insane. The Washington Post has picked up the story now. One wonders what the basis for appeals was for those who lost their starting positions and now are playing immediately for other teams.
    Since Brock must now sit out a year, what is the possibility of him changing his mind about playing for VT and going somewhere else for next year???

  2. You need to get Chris out from behind the big black microphone. I am sure there is a face hiding back there somewhere.

  3. Great podcast. Was surprised BC’s atmosphere wasn’t mentioned as a challenge for the coaches, in terms of getting the players ready to play. Seems like every time we play there the crowd is small and it’s a tough game to get up for. Tech almost gets lulled to sleep some years. Hoping that won’t be the case with the season opener but if past history is any indicator, then I’d want to make sure everyone is up for this game, regardless of the environment inside the stadium.

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