Seven consecutive days of Virginia Tech ISP Sports Programming begins Friday
The countdown to the 2008 FedEx Orange Bowl is on
December 27, 2007

Virginia Tech Hokie fans are in for a special treat this New Year's. A week-long celebration of Hokie sports, leading up to the 2008 FedEx Orange Bowl. Here's a rundown of what's on tap over the next seven days and nights on television and radio stations throughout Virginia.

Friday, December 28th:
Men's Basketball: Virginia Tech vs. Hofstra from Madison Square Garden. The Hokies battle the Pride in the opening round of the Holiday Festival in New York. Radio coverage begins at 6:00 p.m. on Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network radio affiliates. You can also hear the game on Hokies'All-Access and on XM Radio Channel 191.


Saturday, December 29th:
Men's Basketball: Virginia Tech vs. St. John's or Marist from Madison Square Garden. Depending on Friday's result, airtime will be either 1 p.m. or 3:30 p.m. on Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network radio affiliates. You can also hear the game on Hokies All-Access and on XM Radio Channel 231.

Women's Basketball: Virginia Tech vs. Furman from Cassell Coliseum in game one of the Virginia Tech Classic. Game time is 3:30 p.m. You can hear the game on Hokies All-Access and in the New River Valley on WWBU SuperTalk 101.7 FM.


Sunday, December 30th:
Football: Virginia Tech Sports Today Orange Bowl preview show on television stations throughout the region. Tech Coach Frank Beamer and others join host Bill Roth for a full half-hour of insight and analysis on the 2008 Orange Bowl game between the Hokies and Kansas Jayhawks. Features on Tech seniors Duane Brown and Vince Hall, and a look back at Tech's last game vs. a Big XII Conference team, and a closer look at the Jayhawks. A list of times stations can be found here: http://www.hokiesports.com/radio/programming.html

Women's Basketball: Virginia Tech vs. Georgetown or East Carolina in game two of the Virginia Tech Classic. Game time is set for 3:30 p.m. You can hear the game on Hokies All-Access and in the New River Valley on WWBU SuperTalk 101.7 FM.


Monday, December 31st:
Football: Advance Auto Parts Hokie Hotline featuring Tech coach Frank Beamer live from Westin Diplomat Hotel, Bar Su, in Hollywood, Florida. Radio show airs from 6-7 p.m. Fans are welcome to attend in person, or listen on Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network radio affiliates. You can also hear the show on Hokies All-Access. Calls are welcome at 1-888-TALK-ISP.


Tuesday, January 1st:
Football: Advance Auto Parts Hokie Hotline featuring Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster live from Westin Diplomat Hotel, Rivals Sports Grille in Hollywood, Florida. Radio show airs from 6-7 p.m. Fans are welcome to attend in person, or listen on Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network radio affiliates. You can also hear the show on Hokies All-Access. Calls are welcome at 1-888-TALK-ISP.


Wednesday, January 2nd:
Football: Advance Auto Parts Hokie Hotline featuring Tech offensive coordinator Bryan Stinespring live from Westin Diplomat Hotel, Rivals Sports Grille in Hollywood, Florida. Radio show airs from 6-7 p.m. Fans are welcome to attend in person, or listen on Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network radio affiliates. You can also hear the show on Hokies All-Access. Calls are welcome at 1-888-TALK-ISP.


Thursday, January 3rd:
Women's Basketball: Virginia Tech vs. Boston College from Cassell Coliseum in the ACC Opener for the Hokies. Tipoff is 5:30 p.m. You can hear the game on Hokies All-Access and in the New River Valley on WWBU SuperTalk 101.7 FM.

Men's Basketball: Virginia Tech vs. Richmond from Robins Center in Richmond. Tipoff is set for 6 p.m. You can hear the entire game on Hokies All-Access. There will be no charge to listen to this men's basketball game on-line. Radio coverage of the men's game will be incorporated into the football game broadcast.

Football: Virginia Tech vs. Kansas in the 2008 FedEx Orange Bowl. Broadcast begins at 6:30 p.m. on Virginia Tech ISP Sports Network Radio Affiliates and at 87.9 FM inside Dolphin Stadium.

Here's a behind-the-scenes look at the exact Gameday Rundown:
6:30 p.m.Davenport and Company College Football Digest: Jim Weaver, Bill Roth, Mike Burnop preview the game from Dolphin Stadium in Miami Gardens, Florida. Andy Demetra provides play-by-play of the Virginia Tech-Richmond men's basketball game from the Robins Center.
7:00 p.m.Bill and Mike begin their preview of the Game
7:08 p.m.Toyota Plays of Year. Re-live the Great Moments of 2007 one more time!
7:10 p.m.ACC Traditions: Florida State vs. Notre Dame in the 1996 Orange Bowl Game.
7:15 p.m.Adam Witten with the ACC Notebook
7:20 p.m.Mike Burnop's Inside Scoop Interview
7:27 p.m.Kroger Roth Report. Features Brandon Flowers, Vince Hall, Sean Glennon.
7:33 p.m.Great Moments in VT history. 1998 Music City Bowl. Hokies vs. Alabama
7:38 p.m.Injury update on both Virginia Tech and Kansas
7:40 p.m.Andy Demetra live play-by-play of VT vs. Richmond, men's basketball
7:43 p.m.Bill and Mike with Kansas Coach Mark Mangino
7:51 p.m.Bill and Mike with Tech Coach Frank Beamer
8:01 p.m.Ford Keys to the game
8:04 p.m.National Anthem
8:07 p.m.Scene Setter! "From the Blue Waters of the Chesapeake Bay ..."
8:20 p.m.Kickoff! Virginia Tech vs. Kansas