Virginia Tech Faces Another Recruiting Challenge In the Tidewater

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Bryan Stinespring is now the offensive line coach at Maryland. (Ivan Morozov)

Since leaving Virginia Tech following Frank Beamer’s retirement, Bryan Stinespring has had a very successful career.  He coached at James Madison for two seasons, helping the Dukes to two National Championship games, winning one of them.  He wasn’t likely to stay in the FCS ranks for long though, considering his recruiting background at Virginia Tech. 

I figured a school like North Carolina or NC State would be his final destination.  However, it turned out to be the Maryland Terrapins, as Stinespring was named as the offensive line coach for Maryland yesterday.  With 757 native Chris Beatty on the staff, the Terps have already been putting an emphasis on Tidewater recruiting ever since DJ Durkin became their head coach.  Now they’ll be able to use Stinespring in the 757 as well, and as Virginia Tech fans we should know all about his recruiting abilities.


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