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Virginia and Virginia Tech’s basketball teams are rolling, even as more and more ACC games are postponed. And we’re joined by former UVA linebacker Charles Snowden. He’ll discuss his college career, his decision to turn pro, playing football during a pandemic and his role in the team’s efforts for social justice. Support the show: http://www.richmo…
 
Mike Young and Virginia Tech pick up another win over a ranked team. UVA’s defense looks to be working itself into shape. Alabama celebrates another national college football title, and we celebrate the women who make it possible for us to do this job we love. Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy inform…
 
The new year is here. It didn’t end with a bang for the ACC in football. And it started with a fizzled out game between Tech and UVA basketball. Given COVID restrictions, how in the world will the committee pick a tournament field this year? Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Clemson avenged its regular season loss to Notre Dame and Trevor Lawrence made his last case for the Heisman Trophy. Football season is over for UVA and Virginia Tech, but the news for those programs hasn’t slowed down. In basketball, Virginia Tech wrapped up its non-league play while UVA came back from a 17-day pause. Support the show: http://www.…
 
Virginia Tech beats UVA for the Commonwealth Cup. Justin Fuente will be back as the Hokies coach. The Hoos pass on a bowl game. All that, plus we look at the ACC championship game, and Aaron McFarling’s Puppy Chow. Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
It’s rivalry week in the commonwealth. Virginia is hot. Virginia Tech – and Hendon Hooker – are cold, and Justin Fuente’s seat? It’s on fire. It’s also ACC/Big Ten Challenge week on the basketball hardwood. All that and Aaron McFarling’s Puppy Chow. Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
College basketball got going in a big way last week. Virginia Tech pulled another big November upset. UVA’s basketball was the victim of an upset and its football team traveled all the way to Tallahassee to lounge by the pool. All that and Aaron McFarling’s Puppy Chow Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privac…
 
An ugly loss and ugly postgame for Virginia Tech. An easy but costly win for UVA. ACC basketball teams get going, hopefully, this week. All that, the Clemson-FSU flap, and Aaron McFarling’s Puppy Chow. Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Richmond Times-Dispatch
 
Virginia gets a second straight win and is building some momentum for the stretch run. Virginia Tech got a better performance on defense but still came up short against Miami. And following a firing in the SEC, what should be the expectation for college football coaches this season? All that, March Madness in one spot, and Aaron McFarling’s Puppy C…
 
Virginia Tech suffers a loss to remember against Liberty. UVA got an unexpected weekend off. And Virginia basketball coach Tony Bennett talks about how this year’s team will be different than the club that caught fire at the end of last basketball season. All that, plus Aaron McFarling’s Puppy Chow Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omn…
 
The Hokies hold on for a win at Louisville, while UVA upsets North Carolina. Liberty can prove its undefeated start is for real when it visits Virginia Tech. The Hokies new defensive coordinator, 11 months after getting the job, finally speaks to the media. And the ACC game of the year will happen without one of Clemson's best players. Support the …
 
Virginia Tech stumbles at Wake Forest, likely falling out the league title hunt. UVA played one of its best games of the season, but still came up short at Miami. That, what to look forward to in the ACC and we debut a new segment with Roanoke columnist Aaron McFarling, A-Mac’s Puppy Chow Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.co…
 
Closer to full strength, Virginia Tech handles Boston College and appears to be on the rise. UVA’s unbroken growth appears, well, broken after a road loss at Wake Forest. And we’re joined by coach Mike Young to talk about the start of basketball practice at Virginia Tech. Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for pr…
 
Virginia Tech suffers its first loss of the season. UVA loses a game and possibly its quarterback. And with the Miami game comfortably behind it, is there anyone left in the ACC for Clemson to fear? Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.By Richmond Times-Dispatch
 
Virginia Tech had another thousand excuses to lose and won again this week, improving to 2-0. Virginia showed it may have closed the gap some between itself and league power Clemson. And Ethan Joyce of the Winston Salem Journal joins us to talk about athletes in the age of social media. Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/…
 
UVA and Virginia Tech were both big winners in their openers last weekend. How did the Hokies do it despite being down nearly two dozen players and a handful of coaches? And can the Hoos do it again this week on the road at No. 1 Clemson? All that, plus the magic of mustard, and Virginia Tech radio voice Jon Laaser. Support the show: http://www.ric…
 
It’s finally time to kickoff the college football season for Virginia and Virginia Tech … We hope. We’ll look at the Hokies game against North Carolina State, the return of Charley Wiles and the atmosphere you can expect at Lane Stadium. And we’ll get some help from the voice of the Cavaliers Dave Koehn as we preview the ‘Hoos opener against Duke a…
 
Virginia and Virginia Tech won’t meet this weekend, the latest game postponed due to COVID-19. Still, there’s plenty of ACC football to talk about and an ACC idea to expand the NCAA basketball Tournament to include … everyone? Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
UVA has its starter at quarterback, Virginia Tech has its season opener pushed back, and the ACC okays pumping in crowd noise to largely empty stadiums. Plus, thoughts and stories about coaching legend John Thompson. Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Campuses around the country open and – you guessed it – have COVID outbreaks. Are things looking better or worse for the football season? Where does Liberty fit in? In case we are able to kickoff next month, Virginia Tech and UVA are busy getting their teams ready. Plus former Charlottesville and Harrisonburg sportscaster Damon Dillman joins the pr…
 
One of Virginia Tech’s top players opts out of the college football season because of COVID-19 concerns, the school finally breaks its silence on safety measures, while UVA continues to have success inside it’s Charlottesville bubble. The ACC has a schedule in case there is a football season, while the NCAA passes the buck when it comes to the othe…
 
UVA’s football players are back on campus, with plenty of restrictions to keep them COVID safe, while Virginia Tech still isn’t sharing any of its testing data with the public. Two major conferences have opted to play only conference games this season, while JMU is ready to play a totally independent schedule if it means fall football Support the s…
 
Change is coming atop the ACC, while Virginia Tech celebrates the anniversary of its move to the conference. UVA joined the growing list of schools bringing athletes back to campus, but are we really any closer to football this fall? Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
As the number of colleges bringing football players back to campus goes up, so does the number of players testing positive for COVID-19. With the George Floyd protests continuing across the nation, athletes voices are getting louder and louder. Virginia Tech basketball is getting bigger and the Hokies football program picked up a QB to replace a bi…
 
With the George Floyd protests sweeping the nation, college athletes and coaches showed yet again they’re not interested in sticking to sports. Virginia Tech has laid out its path to a full fall football season, while a UVA football player is defecting to the rival Hokies. And while we may not see the major leaguers play this summer, you can still …
 
The NCAA took a big step toward helping football teams get ready to play this fall by allowing voluntary on campus workouts. Bronco Mendenhall’s UVA football program continues to clean up on the recruiting trail, and Virginia Tech’s football and basketball programs each lost another transfer. Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudi…
 
UVA has a new a quarterback coming to campus, the NCAA has fully caved on allowing athletes to profit from their status as college athletes, but it’s pushed a decision on the one-time transfer waiver back until next year. RTD's David Teel and Mike Barber talk ACC sports. Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for pri…
 
New Teel & Barber: #UVA and #Hokies football in 2020; financial impact COVID-19 could have on colleges; what might have been for 'Hoos in the NCAA tournament. That and @BennettConlin joins @ByDavidTeel and I as we debate the merits of pineapple on pizza. Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Another week without the escape and relief of sporting events. But that hasn’t meant a break in sports talk. Was Virginia Tech’s women’s basketball team finally NCAA tournament bound? And could fall football camp but affected by the spread of COVID-19? Join Mike Barber and David Teel for the discussion Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See…
 
Richmond Times-Dispatch's weekly podcast featuring RTD ACC beat writer Mike Barber and 13-time sportswriter of the year, David Teel. 1:00 VA Tech transfer? 17:12 Take it or Leave it 19:30 Without sports, what's next? 24:34 Who ya got? Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Richmond Times-Dispatch's weekly podcast featuring RTD ACC beat writer Mike Barber and 13-time sportswriter of the year, David Teel. 2:10 ACC Player of the year selections 8:15 Preview of the ACC tournament 16:55 Who ya got? 25:40 Take it or leave it 27:00 Virginia bubble teams outside the ACC Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystud…
 
UVA closes out the season playing its best basketball; VA Tech shows fight at the end of the season. Mike Barber and David Teel talk ACC basketball. 1:00 UVA Basketball recap 12:20 Who Ya Got? Duke or Carolina? 14:35 Va. Tech on a streak 22:50 Take it or Leave it - ACC's 20-game schedule 24:45 ACC in a "down" year? Support the show: http://www.rich…
 
Times-Dispatch politics editor Andrew Cain and Jeff Schapiro, politics editor, preview this weekend’s candidate guide in which Democrats and Republicans running in the Richmond area for the House of Delegates and Virginia Senate lay out their views and concerns. The guide, available in print and online, is a collaboration with the newspaper’s opini…
 
The contest between House Speaker Kirk Cox and Sheila Bynum Coleman, the Democratic challenger is the main event by legislative election standards. T-D political reporter Mel Leonor and Jeff Schapiro, politics columnist, discuss the race and its potential wild card: that the suburban Richmond district was redrawn to favor a Democrat. Support the sh…
 
Times-Dispatch metro columnist Michael Paul Williams and politics columnist Jeff Schapiro discuss the controversies that have ensnared Levar Stoney and what they might mean for the political future of Richmond’s millennial mayor. Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Historian Brent Tarter discusses with Jeff Schapiro, Times-Dispatch politics columnist, the long history in the Old Dominion of legislative and congressional gerrymandering. Then and now, it’s been driven by political rivalries, regional tension and racial hostility. Support the show: http://www.richmond.com/ See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy…
 
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