The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: May 1, 2015

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1) What plans are in place to bring our special teams up to par? The old days of Beamerball are long gone. In fact, we are not even at neutral. Our ST’s are detrimental, IMHO. – HokieVan

Chris Coleman: Tech’s special teams were above average last year, finishing #42 nationally in special teams efficiency. The Hokies were very mediocre in things like field goal efficiency and punt return efficiency, and they were terrible in kickoff return efficiency. However, their kickoff coverage was very good, as the finished #7 in the country in kickoff efficiency.

Virginia Tech’s overall talent level dropped over the last several seasons. We certainly saw the offense take a dip, but special teams