TSL Podcast Episode 98: Virginia Tech Lays a Whipping on Pitt

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It’s a Sunday podcast! The TSL Podcast trio relive Virginia Tech’s 28-0 shutout of Pitt that sets up the Coastal Division “championship game” in Charlottesville next Friday. (70 minutes)

  • Opening to 56:30 — Detailed review of the win over Pitt, blow-by-blow. Overall thoughts on the Pitt win. Did you see 28-0 coming? Thoughts on how the weather would affect the game; Tavyion Robinson’s big play; James Mitchell and Southwest Virginia guys; Pollard’s scoop and score; Chamarri Conner; Dax trolls Narduzzi; half time thoughts; second half breakdown from 30:00 to 56:30.
  • 56:30 — What are your goals and expectations for men’s basketball at the Maiu Classic?
  • 1:01:30 — Men’s soccer, wrestling, women’s basketball review.
  • 1:03:05 — If Tech beats UVA, should Justin Fuente be ACC Coach of the Year?
  • 1:06:45 — Thoughts on Bud Foster’s replacement.
  • 1:07:50 — Injuries for VT and UVA.
  • 1:11:05 — What are Virginia Tech’s biggest advantages and disadvantages vs. UVA?
  • 1:13:30 — Where’s Corey Moore? Closer than you think.



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  1. Great podcast!

    FYI, you all discussed the long pass play to Tay that setup the first TD. That is the same play that QP converted against UNC right before his long TD run. Go take a look; definitely the same play I think. Not sure if we lined up entirely the same, but it is the same QB action and route structure.

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