TSL Video: VT Players and Coaches, Duke week

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Video interviews with Shane Beamer, Marshawn Williams, Kendall Fuller and Wade Hansen.

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  1. I also like the comparison of Hansen to Teller that Williams made. Road Graders for the running game!

  2. I had to laugh at the photo used for this article on the main TSL page. Looks like Shane is running down the sideline pretending to be an airplane! 😀

  3. Wasn’t Shane a kicker? How did he learn to be a running back coach? Granted injuries have plagued his tenure, but I cannot think of a single RB which has gotten better under his tutelage. Would it make sense to move Shane to the special teams coach and convince KJ to be the RB coach? Seems KJ is very involved in the programs and certainly knows the position. Could help recruiting as well. Just throwing this out there…

    1. He was a WR & long snapper. He was all state WR in HS. So he was in offensive meetings throughout his playing career and coached RBs at Miss St (two of which were drafted). Trey got better last year throughout the year…he was really playing well at end of yr before being hurt vs UVA.

      David Wilson Had his best yr under Shane. Also, last yr, the RBs has ZERO fumbles. Only Marshawn & our 4th, 5th, 6th RBs have had fumbling issues this yr.

      FYI, he also coaches Sam Rogers…I’d say he’s improved.

      1. Boom. All of that. Also, he does indeed assist Beamer with special teams. If they were interested in adding another title to his name, he definitely does enough to be labeled the “assistant special teams coordinator”

        [joke about being assistant TO the special teams coordinator]

  4. I’m impressed with Hansen. It is clear that this means a lot to him. That commitment factor and desire will, I think, bode well for him, and thus for VT.

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