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Blog: Strong finish leaves Hokies optimistic about the future on offense

The Military Bowl had been over not more than 45 minutes when Hokies offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler already started looking toward 2015.

Blog: Five thoughts the day after the Hokies' Military Bowl win against Cincinnati

Another Hokies football season is in the books, with Tech's 33-17 win against Cincinnati in the Military Bowl serving as a nice capper to what still was ultimately a disappointing year. Follow me on Twitter and Facebook. If you missed any of our coverage from yesterday's game, click on these links to catch up:

Blog: A post-game wrap: Virginia Tech 33, Cincinnati 17

Virginia Tech finished the season on a high note, handling Cincinnati 33-17 in the Military Bowl in Annapolis, Maryland. That's 22 straight winning seasons for the Hokies. -- Here's my game story about a win that left Frank Beamer in a dancing mood. And if you want video proof of that, you can find it here.

Blog: Halftime: Virginia Tech 13, Cincinnati 10

ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Cincinnati has all the yards, but Virginia Tech has the lead at halftime of the Military Bowl. The Bearcats hold a 2-to-1 advantage in total yards, but the Hokies have a 13-10 halftime lead at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium thanks to a J.C. Coleman touchdown and a pair of Joey Slye field goals.

Blog: Game day post: Virginia Tech vs. Cincinnati in the Military Bowl

It's shaping up to be a beautiful day here in Annapolis, site of the Military Bowl between Virginia Tech and Cincinnati. Kickoff is 1 p.m. on ESPN. Here's some stuff to read beforehand: Follow me on Twitter and Facebook.

Blog: Christmas roundup: A Caleb Farris story, Doug Doughty's annual recruiting rankings and some video

I hope everyone out there is having a Merry Christmas. I managed to get away from Washington, D.C., for the day to be with my wife in Richmond, so everything's going well on my end.
It might be a holiday, but here are a few links for you to peruse as soon as your unwrapping high is over:
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Blog: Practice report: Shane Beamer getting head coaching crash course as Frank's fill-in

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Shane Beamer doesn't have a theatrical speech planned at all this week. Like his dad, he thinks those are overrated. "If you expect me pre-game to be throwing chairs and giving some passionate speech to be talked about for a long time in Virginia Tech lore," the younger Beamer said, "that’s not going to happen."

Blog: Frank Beamer will coach from press box in Military Bowl; Stanford off the team, Newsome suspended

WASHINGTON, D.C. —  Still on the mend from throat surgery earlier this month, Frank Beamer will coach for Virginia Tech in the Military Bowl, but he won't join the team until Friday and will handle his gameday duties from the press box at Navy-Marine Corps Stadium.

Blog: More notes and quotes from coordinator interviews (with video)

The big news yesterday, obviously, was that defensive coordinator Bud Foster has signed a new five-year deal with Virginia Tech that's going through the university's contract approval process. It'll pay him $900,000 per year and make him one of the better paid defensive coordinators in the country.
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Blog: Source: Bud Foster signs new five-year contract with Virginia Tech

Bud Foster is staying put. The long-time Virginia Tech defensive coordinator has signed a new five-year contract with the Hokies that will give him a substantial raise, according to a source with knowledge of the situation. Follow me on Twitter and Facebook.

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