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    1. Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster caused a bit of a firestorm on Wednesday evening, but fortunately for him, his athletic director was quick to come to the rescue with a fire extinguisher. Speaking with the media after practice, Foster was asked about the idea of fining players as a new disciplinary tactic. Much like NFL teams do to players, Foster said the Hokies coaching staff was...

    2. It appears the quickest way to lose $50 at Virginia Tech is to not clean your dorm. A day after Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster said Virginia Tech coaches were going to talk about possibly fining players from the cost of attendance scholarships as a form of punishment, a photo of a television monitor outside the Hokies' players lounge has surfaced listing all the possible fines ...

    3. Virginia Tech will not be fining players out of their COA stipends

      Dr. Saturday via Yahoo! SportsAug 27 03:24 AM

      DC Bud Foster made it seem like the Hokies were considering fining players out of their new benefit allotments.

    4. Virginia Tech’s plan to institute fines for football players has been shut down, but not before the entire system was revealed — to the horror of those concerned about the...

    5. The Virginia Tech Hokies will host the Radford University/Virginia Tech Invitational tournament which will start on Friday, Aug. 28 at Cassell Coliseum.

    6. Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster said Wednesday that Hokies coaches will explore the possibility of fining players by taking money from their cost-of-attendance stipends. 

    7. Bad idea, coach. Update: Virginia Tech AD Whit Babcock  said this will not be happening . Cost of attendance funds are a small help in giving college athletes the money they are richly entitled to, so naturally it didn't take long for someone to say something dumb about them. Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster, you're up! # Hokies DC Bud Foster said coaching staff will explore fining...

    8. Former Virginia Tech football coach Charlie Coffey dies

      The Associated Press via Yahoo! SportsAug 25 01:56 PM

      Charlie Coffey, who brought a potent passing attack to Virginia Tech during three seasons as the Hokies' coach in the early 1970s, has died at age 81. Coffey died at home Monday night in Shelbyville, Tennessee, the school said. In three years guiding the Hokies, Coffey led them to a 12-20-1 record, including a 6-4-1 record in 1972.

    9. ACC Gridiron LIVE debuts Wednesday, Sept. 2, with an opening-week installment that puts the focus on Virginia Tech's clash with No. 1 Ohio State and more from around the league.

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