Tag: Frank Beamer
Retired Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer and Tim Brando of the ACC Digital Network sit down in Blacksburg to talk about Beamer’s time at the helm of the Hokies.
Let’s get right down to it: your favorite college sports school, UVA or Virginia Tech. And the survey said?
Virginia Tech alumnus and recently retired head football coach Frank Beamer is the Class of 2018 class ring namesake.
The Salem Red Sox announced that former Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer will be making an appearance at LewisGale Field.
Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer will be honored during festivities surrounding this weekend’s Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game.
Virginia Tech athletics director Whit Babcock, not wanting to make the postgame following the Hokies’ 23-20 win at Virginia all about him, of course made the presser all about Whit Babcock.
Virginia had one-touchdown leads twice in the second half, but Virginia Tech responded both times, and a 42-yard field goal by Joey Slye with 1:38 left lifted the Hokies to a 23-20 win on Saturday.
Virginia Tech coach Frank Beamer and Virginia coach Mike London put their rivalries aside in order to team up with the Virginia State Police for a traffic safety public service announcement.
Virginia Tech put about as much into a game as is possible in last weekend’s home finale with North Carolina. The 30-27 overtime loss now has the Hokies in need of a win to continue the program’s streak of 22 consecutive winning seasons, 22 consecutive bowl appearances, and the career of head coach Frank Beamer, who is retiring at the end of the season.
Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer talks with reporters on the ACC Coaches Teleconference on Tuesday.
How long has it been since Virginia has beaten Virginia Tech in football? Well, you’re familiar with Facebook, of course. Facebook has come to be since the last time the Cavs beat the Hokies on the gridiron.
Virginia football coach Mike London was asked at his weekly Monday press conference about his future. For only about the millionth time.
I wrote the most recent Mike London football coach obituary two weeks ago after Virginia lost on the road at Louisville to clinch yet another losing season under the sixth-year coach.
Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer talks with reporters on the ACC Football Coaches Teleconference on Wednesday.
Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer talks with reporters on Monday at his weekly press conference.
While Gameday will not honor Virginia Tech Head Football Coach Frank Beamer with an appearance in Blacksburg at his last home game, Hwy 55 will.
Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer talks with reporters on Wednesday’s ACC Coaches Teleconference.
Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer talks with reporters on Monday. The Hokies (4-5, 2-3 ACC) travel to Georgia Tech (3-6, 1-5 ACC) on Thursday.
Virginia Tech is “under consideration” to host ESPN College GameDay for Frank Beamer’s home finale on Nov. 21.
“While the slate of games on Nov. 21 is as competitive on paper as we will see all year, Coach Beamer’s last home game will be considered amongst the other games that will have an impact on the College Football Playoff,” GameDay producer Lee Fitting told the Richmond Times-Dispatch on Thursday.
Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer talks with reporters in Wednesday’s ACC Coaches Teleconference.
Is Frank Beamer leaving Virginia Tech of his own accord? You don’t have to do a lot of reading of tea leaves to think not.
Virginia Tech football coach Frank Beamer talks with reporters on Monday. Beamer formally announced his retirement on Sunday, and this was his first press conference following that announcement.
Podcast: Frank Beamer retires from Virginia Tech, ACC Miami-Duke fiasco, Nationals hire Dusty Baker, more
Augusta Free Press editor Chris Graham joins Jim Bresnahan on WREL-1450 in Lexington, Va., to talk sports, and there’s a lot going on. Frank Beamer retiring from Virginia Tech, the ACC Miami-Duke fiasco, the move by the Washington Nationals to hire Dusty Baker to be their new manager and a World Series wrap keep us busy.
The Chris Graham Show goes Coastal, breaking down a busy weekend in the ACC Coastal Division. Frank Beamer is retiring from Virginia Tech. Does long-time lieutenant Bud Foster take over? Also, breaking down UVA’s 27-21 upset of Georgia Tech, and the endgame fiasco involving Miami and Duke.
A large segment of UVA football fans have had Nov. 28 marked on their calendars as the final day of the six-year nightmare that has been the Mike London era. Whether or not it will be London’s last game mostly looking confused on the sidelines at Scott Stadium remains to be seen, but we now know that it will be the final game that Frank Beamer will coach in the state of Virginia.
Frank Beamer announced today that he is retiring as the head football coach at Virginia Tech at the end of the 2015 season. For the longest time, the logical choice to succeed Beamer has seemed to be his long-time defensive coordinator, Bud Foster. But that logic has come into question as the years have gone on, to a point now where Foster is on the second tier of the lists of candidates for more than a few in the sports punditry.
A whole generation of future engineers, agricultural scientists, business majors, writers and teachers grew up thinking that heaven was a home football fall Saturday in Blacksburg, Va. That is because of one man who by rights should have been fired after going 2-8-1 in 1992, his sixth season at Virginia Tech, and only got to stay on because then-athletics director Dave Braine saw something that nobody else did at the time.
Virginia Tech head coach Frank Beamer announced Sunday his intention to retire upon the conclusion of the 2015 season. Beamer informed Virginia Tech officials, his players and coaches today.