2004-2005 Hokie Hotline Notes Archives

March 7, 2005
Seth Greenberg is on the show, reviewing the win over Maryland and previewing the upcoming ACC tournament. Seth makes his case for the Hokies being in the Big Dance.

February 28, 2005
Beth Dunkenberger appears for the first time this year to talk about her strong-closing women's basketball program; Jim Weaver gives progress reports on West side expansion and the NCAA's new APR; Seth Greenberg comes on briefly via phone from Clemson.

February 21, 2005
Seth Greenberg is in rare form, talking about the wins over Duke and Miami in the previous week, and how the Hokies are preparing for NC State.

February 14, 2005
Hokie basketball coach Seth Greenberg comes on the show, and the hot topic is whether or not the team is running out of gas. Plus, you may have heard there's a game against Duke Thursday night.

February 7, 2005
With the 2005 football recruiting class in the bag, it's time for the annual recruiting roundup on the Hokie Hotline. Bill Roth welcomed Hokies recruiting coordinator Jim Cavanaugh on tonight’s show to give Hokie fans a review of the recruiting process and recruiting class.

January 31, 2005
Wow, what a week. The Hokies beat UVa, but that wonderful accomplishment gets buried under 34 fouls at Duke's Cameron Indoor Stadium. Guess what the topic of conversation is on this show?

January 24, 2005
The suddenly-very-popular Head Basketball Coach Seth Greenberg basks in the glow of VT's three-game ACC winning streak, including a road win over #12 Georgia Tech.

January 17, 2005
Head Basketball Coach Seth Greenberg reviews Tech's first-ever ACC win over Clemson and previews the NC State game.

January 10, 2005
Head Basketball Coach Seth Greenberg comes on to talk about tight end Jeff King joining the team, why Marquie Cooke didn't play against Florida State, and what the state of mind of the team is as they prepare to head into the teeth of the ACC schedule.

December 20, 2004
Tonight’s guests included Head Basketball Coach Seth Greenberg, ABC Sports Analyst Terry Bowden, Tech Athletic Director Jim Weaver, Women’s Head Basketball Coach Beth Dunkenberger and Tech Head Coach Frank Beamer.

December 13, 2004
Seth Greenberg comes on to talk about Hokie hoops, followed by offensive coordinator Bryan Stinespring and defensive coordinator Bud Foster.

December 6, 2004
Billy Hite and Kevin Rogers bask in the afterglow of the ACC championship, and Rogers notes that he has never in his 31 years of coaching "seen a place where there is such a great love affair between the fans and their team and the team and their fans. It really is terrific.”

November 22, 2004
Danny Pearman, Seth Greenberg, and Frank Beamer appear on the show. Pearman talks about the VT tight ends, Greenberg gives an overview of the basketball team, and Beamer talks about, among other things, how he feels about the charges that he "ran up the score" on Friedgen.

November 15, 2004
Bud Foster and Coach Beamer preview the Maryland game. Jim Weaver also comes on the show and "plays dumb" when asked about the huge 80-yard VT mowed into the grass of Lane Stadium (there are no secrets on the Internet).

November 8, 2004
Bryan Stinespring and Coach Beamer go over the UNC game and talk a little bit about the upcoming Maryland game. Also, women's soccer coach Kelly Cagle comes on to discuss the program's first-even NCAA Tournament bid.

November 1, 2004
Charley Wiles, Jim Weaver, and Coach Beamer review the Thursday night game against Georgia Tech and preview UNC.  Rutgers AD Bob Mulcahey slams VT ("Them's fightin' words!"), and Coach Beamer talks about the personal fouls VT had against GT.

October 25, 2004
Bud Foster, Jim Weaver, and Coach Beamer preview the Thursday night game against Georgia Tech. The return of Xavier Adibi is discussed, and hey, did you hear that Ron Zook was fired by Florida?

October 18, 2004
Bryan Stinespring, Jim Weaver, Billy Hite, and Lorenzo Ward go over VT's hard-fought victory of FAMU, breaking down their strategy and the twists and turns in the game.  Okay, maybe not.

October 11, 2004
Jim Cavanaugh, Jim Weaver, and Coach Beamer talk about the victory over Wake Forest and look ahead -- sort of -- to FAMU. Injury status of Noland Burchette (out for FAMU) and Xavier Adibi (not coming back for FAMU, maybe for GT) is given.

October 4, 2004
Bud Foster, Jim Weaver, and Coach Beamer bask in the afterglow of victory over WVU. Foster clarifies the lover's spat that Jimmy Williams and others had on the sidelines during the game. Weaver admits that maybe, just maybe, putting visiting fans at field level in the South end zone might not have been a good idea.

September 27, 2004
Bryan Stinespring, Jim Weaver, and Coach Beamer review the NC State loss and look ahead (but only a tiny bit) to WVU. Weaver talks about how and why so many NCSU fans were in the end zone. Stiney takes some heat, including one caller who asks how he's qualified to be an offensive coordinator.

September 20, 2004
Tony Ball, Jim Weaver, and Coach Beamer review the Duke game and look ahead to NC State. Fans complain about the noon start time for WVU.Sugar cookies are not mentioned.

September 13, 2004
Bud Foster, Jim Weaver, and Coach Beamer review Western Michigan and preview Duke. The great sugar cookie controversy begins.

September 6, 2004
Bryan Stinespring, Jim Weaver, and Coach Beamer preview Western Michigan. Weaver hints about end zone painting and says that tents may be used in paved spaces if you're inside your parking spot.

August 30, 2004
Billy Hite, Jim Weaver, and Coach Beamer go over the BCA Classic against USC. Weaver talks about the possibility of playing WVU at FedEx Field.

August 23, 2004
Kevin Rogers discusses the QB situation and praises VT fans; Jim Weaver talks about future schedules (Temple! Woo-hoo!) and gives a contradictory story about why the 2004 LSU game was moved to 2007; Coach Beamer talks about the upcoming USC game.

August 16, 2004
Bryan Stinespring, Bud Foster, and Coach Beamer preview 2004, covering the Hokie team's preparation for the season.


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