TSL Podcast 307: Virginia Tech/ODU Preview

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TSL Podcast 307: Virginia Tech/ODU Preview

Two days to go before kickoff! The TSL Podcast brings you up to date on Hokie football, and we preview the ODU game.

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About the TSL Podcast

Launched in August 2017, the TSL Podcast is the most widely listened-to and watched Virginia Tech sports podcast. It began as an audio-only podcast, then started streaming live on Facebook in March of 2019 with Episode 66. In the summer of 2019, we built the Tech Sideline Podcast set and started streaming live from the set on YouTube in August of 2019 with Episode 73 (which, bluntly speaking, looks hilariously amateurish to us now).

You can listen on your favorite streaming platform or watch every episode on the Tech Sideline YouTube channel. Be sure to Like and Subscribe while on YouTube.

Click here for all episodes.

About TechSideline.com

Tech Sideline is an independent publication, not affiliated with the university or its athletic programs, so we provide a unique perspective that appeals to the large and growing fan base of Virginia Tech Athletics.

Tech Sideline was launched on March 12, 1996 by 1987 Tech graduate (BSEE) Will Stewart as a small, personal web page. In 1997, the site evolved into HokieCentral.com, and in August of 1999, joined the SportsWar network of college sports web sites. In November of 2000, the site changed names to TechSideline.com, or TSL. Over the years, TSL has grown into what you see before you: a full-time Virginia Tech sports media company, complete with web site, podcast, YouTube channel, and large and active social media presences.

TSL is a member of the SportsWar network of college sports web sites. Visit SportsWar.com for more information.

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  1. Just for the record, Fordham has a rich history in college football. Lombardi once played for and later coached for them. Danowski, NY Giants QB for most of the 1930s, was an All-American for them. Of course, this means little 90 years later.

  2. The VT communications program needs to offer a class on how to eliminate the “like” disorder that afflicts so many of our younger generation. It’s the new “umm”…. a terrible condition for someone that talks for a living to have to deal with.

    1. My observation is that many of the current generation of athletes are much better at public speaking than previous iterations simply because they have been doing interviews, podcasts, tiktoks, etc. almost their entire lives. The big-time college athletes are have better skills than the most of the pros from 25 years ago – hell, most of them are better on-camera than our AD. Could they use some polish so that they can effectively “build their brand” with corporate America – sure, but you look at some of the recent TSL content and many of these athletes come across well with the media.

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