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Virginia Tech holds first spring practice

Happy Wednesday. This marks the opening of Virginia Tech's spring practice.

Norm Wood of the Newport News Daily Press puts forth five questions for the Hokies heading into spring football. Virginia Tech has concerns on defense, with its punter and place kicker, but its offense is full of weapons -- so many, in fact, that one of the biggest questions is how the crowded backfield will sort itself out.

Meanwhile, Kyle Tucker of the Norfolk Virginian Pilot caught up with Bryan Stinespring and has a lengthy Q&A with the Hokies' offensive coordinator. "For an offense," Stringspring said. "you need to have cohesion.

Bill Roth, the voice of the Hokies, penned a column on Virginia Tech's sports Web site and took a look at some of the newcomers, or relative newcomers, who are worth keeping an eye on. Tops on his list from offense and defense: offensive lineman Nick Becton and Jake Johnson, who converted to defensive end from linebacker.

By Mark Viera  |  March 31, 2010; 9:15 AM ET
 
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