The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: Second Half Views, The Redzone, and More

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1) At halftime of the season, predict the second half. Have we peaked, even though we haven’t put together a full game yet? How good can this team be? In the first half of the season, give one pleasant surprise and one disappointment. – vt2wake

Chris Coleman: I thought Virginia Tech was somewhere around a 9-3 football team before the season started, and I stand by that pick. I see them as a 9-3 team, give or take a game. Predicting injuries and turnovers can be very difficult, so 8-4 or 10-2 are possible as well, though personally I don’t see 8-4 as very likely at all, considering the Hokies still play UNC, Duke and Pitt. 9-3 or 10-2 are much more likely records.