Four-game homestand latest test for Virginia Tech's compromised stadium operation


Virginia Tech football opens a four-game homestand Saturday against Richmond, rapid-fire tests for the Hokies’ already beleaguered game-day operation. “The challenge for us,” Tech athletics director Whit Babcock said, “and a number of other schools across the country, is game management and crowd control and concessions in this new [COVID] normal.” (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

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Four-game homestand latest test for Virginia Tech's compromised stadium operation


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