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Not to sound repetitive ...

... but Virginia Tech just scored again, this time on a 64-yard touchdown pass from Tyrod Taylor to Jarrett Boykin. Taylor was hit hard on the throw, but Boykin caught it nonetheless. Jamari McCullough had a decent shot at Boykin, but missed the tackle.

VaTech 27, Maryland 3 -- 8:06 left in the 2nd quarter

By Steve Yanda  |  November 14, 2009; 2:14 PM ET
Categories:  Football  
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For some reason Virginia Tech purposely held down the score in the second half, else it could have been much worse.

Posted by: imterpsfan2 | November 14, 2009 4:37 PM | Report abuse

The evaluation of the coaching staff will be not better than it would be if it were to be conducted after today....so stop saying everything will be evaluated at the end of the year.
This program is in a shambles, just pathetic...both the quality of the talent and the coaching staff is sub-D1.
Unforntunately, MD fans are going to be stuck with this mess for at least 3 more years because the state of MD is not in a financial position to pay out $5M to pay off Ralphie's contract and the $1M coach-in-waiting guarantee to Franklin (who's offensive play calling is about is less creative than most MD high school programs)....aweful, just aweful!!!!!

Posted by: BD-EC | November 14, 2009 6:45 PM | Report abuse

I agree with your assessment that Friedgen will be around at least one more year. In this economic climate, the athletic department is not going to buy out Friedgen's contract for two years.

I'm even less enthusiastic about Franklin than I am Friedgen. The decision to make him coach in waiting will end up being yet another costly mistake. So after Friedgen's era of mediocrity ends, we'll get a heavier dose of it under Franklin. Gee I can't wait.

Posted by: imterpsfan2 | November 14, 2009 8:14 PM | Report abuse

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