Tales from the Virginia Tech Sidelines

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Sports Pub., Aug 1, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 178 pages
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In Tales from the Virginia Tech Sidelines, Chris Colston-editor of the Hokie Huddler for more than a decade-shares the school's greatest football stories ever told. From the days of Miles Stadium to Lane, from the Frank O. Moseley era to Beamerball, this treasury of anecdotes will keep you laughing all season.

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User Review  - 1973hokie - Overstock.com

What true Hokie Fan would not enjoy this book?! "Behind the scenes" stories and incidents that bring the fan closer to players and their individual stories. A Must Have! ... Read full review

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User Review  - Bob - Goodreads

Not as good as I hoped, but still a must for Hokies. There are too many anecdotes that are a stretch for being included in this book because they are so trivial! But, recommend it for Hokies. Read full review

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About the author (2003)

Chris Colston is a sportswriter and passionate Hokies fan. Colston spent eleven years as editor of the "Hokie Huddler", Virginia Tech s official athletic newspaper. He then joined "USA Today". He lives in Herndon, Virginia.

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