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Woes continue for Virginia Tech running backs


Virginia Tech’s running game has taken yet another hit, as J.C. Coleman, one of the top two running backs on the team, has sprained both ankles, and Tony Gregory has suffered a career-ending torn ACL, the school announced on Thursday. In early July, running back Michael Holmes was kicked off the team for an off-field incident, and Joel Caleb was suspended earlier this month for the season opener against Alabama for a violation of team rules. (ESPN.com)


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