Podcast: AFP editor Chris Graham talks Virginia Tech upset, Redskins


chris graham podcastAugusta Free Press editor Chris Graham talks about the Virginia Tech upset of #4 Virginia and the Washington Redskins on his weekly sports podcast on WREL-1450 in Lexington, Va.

The topics in the podcast with WREL host Jim Bresnahan include:

  • Do we now start thinking about the Hokies’ NCAA Tournament chances?
  • Is Virginia still a potential Final Four team?
  • Breakdown of the ACC after one weekend of conference play
  • Can the Redskins advance past the Green Bay Packers in the NFL playoffs?

 

Listen: Chris Graham on WREL


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