With the Tribe visiting from Williamsburg, we have a bit of a sibling rivalry for the event. It seems Coleman Fox’s brother is doing what some brothers do, and that’s strike out to be different.
#HokieHeadlines— Virginia Tech Football (@VT_Football) September 6, 2018
It's Fox vs Fox in Lane Stadium Saturday afternoon as the two brothers get ready to resume sibling rivalry when W&M visits Tech
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This is a potentially interesting family mashup because Coleman is a Running Back/Wide Receiver and his brother Riley is a Linebacker. The family feuds are usually Hokies and Hoos. This has a bit different flavor to it.
Eddie Royal is in town to attend the game. We’ll try to get some pictures from the sideline.
Caleb Farley turned heads, besides turning the ball over in favor of the Hokies.
Breakout Stars: Several players broke out during Week 1 (Like #Hokies WR Eric Kumah) & could be on their way to big seasons, says @rivalsmike: https://t.co/qMuvYtwrKU #Northwestern #GoPokes #GoBuffs #Hokies #OhioState #Syracuse pic.twitter.com/2MuJrnvLng— Rivals (@Rivals) September 6, 2018
The men’s team, ranked #21, travel to Hooville to start up the Commonwealth Clash for 2018.
Hokies. Hoos. Three points in the league on the line. pic.twitter.com/Onq4SSA3Uz— Virginia Tech Men’s Soccer (@HokiesMSoccer) September 6, 2018
Game Day Updates
Hokie Village opens at 10:30am this Sat. and is free!— VT Marketing & Promotions (@HokiesMKTG) September 6, 2018
@HokiesWTennis mini skills challenge
✅ 10:45am @HokiesSpirit clinic performance
⚾️ 12:30pm @HokiesBaseball autographs
✅ Face painter, inflatables and more! pic.twitter.com/ZzdcPFJ9fv
So, it was a really quiet week with not much going on except Hokies going to school. And Preparing to go 1-0 against William and Mary.