2005-'06 Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network Programming Begins This Weekend
August 18, 2005

Virginia Tech Sports Today, the weekly television magazine-style program featuring head football coach Frank Beamer, makes its debut Sunday morning, August 21 on television stations throughout the region. This week's show will focus on the Hokies' offense and will include coordinator Bryan Stinespring. The August 28th show will preview Tech's 2005 defense.

Virginia Tech Sports Today can be seen each Sunday at the following times:
Roanoke, Va.: WSLS-Channel 10 10 a.m.
Norfolk, Va.: WAVY-Channel 10 Noon.
Richmond, Va: WRIC-Channel 8 Noon.
Bristol, Va.: WCYB-Channel 4 9:30 a.m.
Greensboro, NC: WGPX-Channel 16 1 p.m.
Raleigh, NC: WRAZ-Channel 50 Noon*
Harrisonburg, Va: WHSV-Channel 3 Noon.
Bluefield, Va.: WVVA-Channel 8 Noon.
Washington, DC: Newschannel 8 10 a.m.
* FOX50 in Raleigh will air this week's show at noon. Future shows will air each Sunday at 11:30 a.m.

In addition, Comcast SportsNet will replay the show every Tuesday afternoon at 2:30 p.m.

The Advance Auto Parts Hokie Hotline makes its 2005 debut this coming Monday night, August 22nd. The program originates from Beamer's Restaurant in Christiansburg, Va. Joining Coach Beamer and host Bill Roth on this week's show will be Director of Athletics Jim Weaver and Defensive Coordinator Bud Foster. The radio talk show airs from 7-9 p.m. eastern time and can be heard on radio stations throughout the region. The show can also be heard via your computer at hokiesports.com.

Fans are welcome to join the live audience at Beamer's. Phone calls are also welcome at 1-888-TALK-ISP.