This weekend on the Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network
Tech vs West Virginia
October 3, 2001

Here is a list of programming and features for the Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network radio and television coverage of the Virginia Tech vs. West Virginia University football game:

Saturday, October 6, 2001:
Radio Coverage: 10:30 a.m. eastern time on radio affiliates throughout Virginia and surrounding states. (For a complete list of radio stations, see the Fan's Guide to Radio and TV). Tech radio broadcasts are presented by the Virginia Lottery, the presenting sponsor of the Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network.

This week's programming lineup includes:
  • Live Q&A session with Tech Athletic Director Jim Weaver from 10:30 - 11:00 a.m. (eastern time) Fans may call 888-TALK-ISP to join the program.
  • Coordinator's Corner with Rickey Bustle and Bud Foster discussing WVU. "This is a new look West Virginia team," Foster said. "They are doing exactly what Clemson did against us the last couple of years." Tech quarterback Grant Noel returns to his home state on Saturday and Bustle will comment on the development of the Hokies' QB.
  • Kroger Roth Report: Who is the most "GQ" player on Tech's football team? "I think I could sell a lot of GQ Magazines if they put me on the cover," says Tech cornerback Ronyell Whitaker. Tech players Nathanial Adibi, Ernest Wilford, and Keith Burnell sound off on fashion and style.
  • Great Moments in Virginia Tech History: A flashback to Tech's 1999 game at West Virginia.
  • USA STAFFING PROFILE: Learn about a member of the Virginia Tech coaching staff.
  • Suncom Frank Beamer Report: Tech's head coach shares his thoughts in this exclusive interview right before kickoff.
  • Ford Inside Scoop: Mike Burnop interviews quarterback Grant Noel on his return to his home state for this week's game.
  • Inside Virginia Tech: This week, Computer Science professors at Virginia Tech are using a grant from the National Science Foundation to help teach computer programming. Karen Cronin has the report at halftime of the Tech/WVU game broadcast.
  • Play-by-play coverage: Bill Roth and Mike Burnop have the call of the Tech/WVU game from Morgantown, W.Va. Fans at the game can also hear the Tech network broadcast at Mountaineer Field on the FM dial. The exact frequency will be announced Friday at 3 p.m. on hokiesports.com.
  • Kroger Point After: Following the game, interviews, highlights, scores, and listener telephone calls (888-TALK-ISP) make for a lively 90-minute post-game show.

Sunday, October 7, 2001:
Television coverage: Virginia Tech Sports Today, airs on a network of television stations state-wide and is hosted by Bill Roth. (Listing at bottom of page).

On this week's show:
  • Highlights of the Tech/WVU game from Mountaineer Field.
  • Post-game interviews with Tech players and coach Frank Beamer.
  • Get a behind-the-scenes tour of Tech's new "Hall of Legends" inside the Merryman Center at Tech.
  • Tech defensive end Nathanial Adibi gives Tech fans a tour of the Hokies' weight training facility, and demonstrates various techniques used to make the Hokies stronger.
  • Learn about the players at Virginia Tech who have had their jersey numbers retired. A profile of Carroll Dale (No. 84), Frank Loria (No. 10), Bruce Smith (No. 78), and Jim Pyne (No. 73).
  • Updated BIG EAST scores and standings.
  • A profile of Tech junior Kim Milbourn, this week's Virginia Lottery Student Athlete of the Week.

Virginia Tech Sports Today can be seen on the following stations:
  • Washington, DC: NewsChannel 8, Sunday at 11 a.m.
  • Norfolk, VA: WAVY, Channel 10, Sunday at Noon.
  • Bristol, VA: WCYB, Channel 5, Sunday at 9:30 a.m.
  • Roanoke, VA: WSLS, Channel 10, Sunday at 10 a.m.
  • Comcast SportsNet: Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. In addition, Cox Cable Channel 9 of Roanoke re-broadcasts the show at the following times:
    • Monday-Thursday: 3 p.m. and 8:30 p.m.
    • Friday: 3 p.m.