TSL Podcast 356: Hokies Basketball Season Comes To A Close

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TSL Podcast 356: Hokies Basketball Season Comes to a Close

The TSL crew discusses the end of the Virginia Tech women’s basketball season, which ended one game short of the Sweet 16, and what lies ahead for Kenny Brooks and the program. We talk men’s hoops too, along with a football commit, Caleb Henson’s national championship in wrestling and the success of baseball and softball. (101 minutes)

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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. The last live podcast we produced was No. 285 in February of 2023; they are all pre-recorded and uploaded now.

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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.

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  1. Old Hokies recall the old days……keep alive N2VT2! I saw Alcindor of Power Memorial HS play at O’Connell HS, Arlington (Class of 65) in the 60’s.

  2. Pardon me, but in 1967 MBB played in the Elite 8 and had there not been a questionable turnover call for failing to advance, we would have a last shot to win a Final Four spot. I know you don’t think they played meaningful basketball in the dark ages, but the first team AA included Elvin Hayes, Wes Unseld, David Lattin and Lew Alcindor. People will forget about this year’s AA and remember most of those players.

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