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Recapping Virginia Tech's first spring practice

On this Thursday edition of the morning links, we'll recap Virginia Tech's first spring practice and also touch on some big basketball news.

First, the football. The Hokies got back to work on Wednesday. Some players were in new positions (running back-turned-fullback Josh Oglesby). Others looked bigger and stronger (running back Darren Evans). ESPN.com has an overview of some themes for Virginia Tech's spring practices.

At least one person in Blacksburg is happy this spring. That would be Billy Hite, who might just be the happiest coordinator in America thanks to his talented cadre of running backs, which includes Evans, Ryan Williams and David Wilson, as well as Oglesby as a fullback.

And finally, some basketball news. Malcolm Delaney declared his eligibility for the NBA draft, but did not hire an agent so he could return. He's weighing his options because he didn't want to go "into his situation with blinders on," as his father told me. It will be a waiting game for Hokies fans who know their team will be just ordinary without him next season.

By Mark Viera  |  April 1, 2010; 9:00 AM ET
 
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