Randall Interview to be Aired on Blue Ridge Live
Shows airs Monday at 5:30 and midnight
April 26, 2004

Virginia Tech quarterback Bryan Randall talks about his relationship with his coaches, his competition with fellow quarterback Marcus Vick and his thoughts on the many changes within the team for the upcoming season in an hour-long interview scheduled to air on WBRA's Blue Ridge Live Monday evening.

Randall, a rising senior who has started 25 straight games for the Hokies, addresses a wide array of subjects during the interview with host Roland Lazenby. The program airs from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., and again at midnight on WBRA, a Roanoke-based public access station.

"It's obvious Bryan Randall is an exceptional young man," said Lazenby, an author of sports books who also teaches communication at Virginia Tech.

Randall is poised to become Tech's all-time yardage leader as the school's football team prepares for its initial season competing in the Atlantic Coast Conference. In addition, Randall, a National Honor Society student coming out of high school in Williamsburg, is scheduled to graduate ahead of his class this summer with a degree in sociology.

Virginia Tech will open the season with an August game against the defending national champions, the University of Southern California, a challenge that Randall says he relishes.

Blue Ridge Live, the public affairs program for WBRA, airs on cable in a five-state area, including Virginia, North Carolina, Tennessee, Kentucky and West Virginia.