Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network Gator Bowl Coverage
Radio show starts December 29th
December 19, 2000

Can't make it to the 2001 Toyota Gator Bowl in Jacksonville? The Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network will bring home all the thrills and excitement of the Hokies' eighth-consecutive bowl game to Tech fans throughout the Virginia with exciting radio programs.

And if you're Jacksonville-bound, make sure you bring your radio! You'll be able to follow the live radio coverage of the game between the Hokies and Clemson Tigers on the Virignia Tech ISP Sports Network live at Alltel Stadium in Jacksonville on 90.3 FM or 94.5 FM.

The network will produce three 90-minute Hokie Hotline radio shows on the nights preceding the game, live from the team hotel - The Marriott Sawgrass. The shows will air on Friday, December 29, Saturday, December 30, and Sunday, December 31 from 7-8:30 p.m. eastern time. The Hokie Hotlines will originate live from the 100th Hole Bar and Grill, poolside at the Marriott Sawgrass and fans are encouraged to attend the live broadcasts. Fans nationwide can also call the show to ask questions by dialing 1-888-TALK-ISP.

The Hokie Hotlines will feature Tech head football coach Frank Beamer, members of his coaching staff and Tech players along with hosts Bill Roth and Mike Burnop.

On January 1, 2001 radio coverage from the stadium begins at 11:00 a.m. with the Texas Steakhouse Virginia Tech Gameday pre-game show.

Fans outside the range of the Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network can also catch the games and the Hokie Hotlines on their home computers on the network's world-wide 'cybercast' on Yahoo.