The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: Marshawn, ACC Network Money, and More

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1) Is Justin Fuente setting expectations, being coy, or not believe he has the talent? From the last paragraph of Ricky’s article…“We’re taking over a program that’s not where we want it to be,” Fuente said. “When I say we, I mean the Hokie Nation. We want it to be back where it was. I hope that everyone knows that you can’t just walk in the door and make it better again, dap it with a magic wand and transport it back to that spot. It’s going to take hard work, a lot of variables that nobody really has control over or know how they’re going to fall to determine the timeline to get it there. We will get it there. I know that for a fact, just when, I’m not sure.” – Vermont Hokie

Chris Coleman: It’s coachspeak to a certain extent, but its correct coachspeak.  Frank Beamer was Tech’s head coach for 29 seasons.  Mike Gentry was the strength and conditioning coach for 29 seasons.  Beamer kept a lot of coaches for a long time, but now there are only two coaches on the staff who have been here for a long time: Bud Foster since 1987, and Charley Wiles since 1996.

There’s a new athletic director, new Director of Football Operations, new coaches, new schemes, new philosophies, new strength and conditioning…basically