The Fisher Law Firm Friday Q&A: NFL Hokies, ACC Quarterbacks and More

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1) If Cam is not 100% do you play him in what should be an easy win? Stating the obvious – he will be needed down the stretch. – VermontHokie

Chris Coleman: Phillips apparently hasn’t gone through contact practices this week…whatever that means. The reality is there isn’t much contact in practice anymore at the higher levels of football. The Hokies don’t even tackle to the ground in middle drill anymore. A player from 10-20 years ago would scoff at that notion, but that’s the way it is.

I would dress Phillips for the game if he can physically play. I don’t know that I’d play him unless I needed him, though. Carolina is a very bad football team. Look at this injury report…


That doesn’t even include the guys who might be banged up but who will still be on the field for the Tar Heels. The presence of Phillips shouldn’t make a difference in this game. However, if this turns out to be a close game in the fourth quarter, and I felt like a non-100 percent Phillips was