The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: Devon Hunter, the QB Position, and Whit Babcock

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1) How will Coach Fuente capitalize on season successes differently? From wins to facility improvements. What’s the potential impact for recruiting, fund raising, etc.? – Al Czervik

Chris Coleman: There’s not much Fuente can do about facilities improvements.  That’s up to The Hokie Club and Whit Babcock.  The Merryman Center recently got a makeover, and the team meeting rooms are about to undergo the same kind of treatment, as you can see in this update about Steve Johnson’s donation.  As far as fundraising goes, again, that will be up to the Hokie Club.  It’s up to them to capitalize on the success of Fuente, Buzz Williams, and to a lesser extent Kenny Brooks.

The biggest impact Justin Fuente can have is on the recruiting trail.  Right now, all of his letters are probably signed like this…

Justin Fuente
Head Coach, Virginia Tech

Now they can be signed like this…

Justin Fuente
Head Coach, Virginia Tech
2016 ACC Coach of the Year

If I were them, I’d put the “2016 ACC Coach of the Year” line in bold.


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