TSL Podcast 336: The Transfer Portal, ACC Bowls, and More

TSL Podcast 336: The Transfer Portal, ACC Bowls, and More

Bowl season is upon us and the transfer portal is alive and well. Sit down with the Tech Sideline crew as they discuss each ACC bowl game, recent transfer portal news surrounding Tech football and the past few days for Tech men’s and women’s hoops. (89 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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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. Ditto on Chris Kraft. From my old High school land, the 757 Norfolk area. Remember first space shots were from Wallops Island VA and NASA started at Langley AFB.

  2. Interesting exchange on the pod between CC and AB about Purdue and UCF claiming to be the Space Universities. Virginia Tech has as good a claim to this as any university. Not because of Homer Hickam (who authored the bestselling memoir ‘Rocket Boys’ upon which the movie ‘October Sky’ was based’) Hickam did get an engineering degree from Tech but he was not even a minor figure in NASA.

    Christopher Columbus Kraft, Jr. on the other hand is also a Tech grad and was a towering figure in the Space program through Apollo. The ‘architect of mission control’ he belongs up there on the Mount Rushmore of Space exploration along with Von Braun, Armstrong, James Webb. Easily one of the most accomplished and distinguished VaTech alumni in the history of the school. I rank him 2nd behind Capt. Lloyd Williams who famously uttered the immortal phrase: “Retreat, Hell! we just got here.” at Belleau Wood shortly before being mortally wounded and posthumously being promoted to major and having the most cramped dorm in America named after him.

    In any event, AB & CC especially given your interest in history, you should check out Kraft’s 2001 autobiography: Flight – My life in Mission Control. A hell of a good yarn and he doesn’t pull any punches.

  3. We don’t know if either GA or FSU want or don’t want to be there. Both COULD view it as the alternative NC

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