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Virginia Tech readies for spring scrimmage

Happy Friday to y'all. Now here are the morning links.

First, we'll start with a little snippet from Norm Wood of the Newport News Daily Press. At the bottom of his blog entry about Virginia Tech's miniscrimmage on Wednesday, he offers an aside about Kenny Lewis Jr. A quintessential gamer, Lewis "could end up being one of the most important players on the roster," based on the example he sets in battling back from injuries.

(The Hokies, by the way, have their first spring scrimmage on Saturday in Blacksburg.)

All of this, of course, is in preparation to play Boise State in next fall's season opener. Ivan Maisel of writes a cool piece about the Broncos, who have crashed the Bowl Championship Series more often than the presidents and athletic directors from the big six conference would care to recall. In fact, Boise State could be the Butler of autumn.

And finally, Virginia Tech's baseball team plays host to Miami for a three-game weekend series. The Hokies are ranked in the top 25, by Baseball America, for the first time since 1992, and the program has been steadily developing under Manager Pete Hughes.

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