News With Commentary by TSL Staff

Thursday, December 20, 2001
by Will Stewart,

Issue #14 of the TSL Extra

Subscribers: click here to read! (have your username and password ready)

Did you forget your password? Click here and we'll email it to you.

Non-subscribers: click here to subscribe! is proud to release issue #14 of the TSL Extra. This month's issue is a bowl retrospective issue that looks back at Tech's 1993, 1995, 1998, and 2000 bowl victories. We've got:

  • Inside the Gator Bowl
  • 1993 Independence Bowl 
  • 1995 Sugar Bowl 
  • 1998 Music City Bowl 
  • 2000 Gator Bowl 
  • Inside the Numbers: Bowl Payouts 
  • And More! 

Here's a rundown of the articles in this month's TSL Extra:

The Gator Bowl ... It's a Year-Round Thing
by Neal Williams 
If you think January 1st is the beginning and the end of it for the Gator Bowl, think again.

The 1993 Independence Bowl: Jeff Holland
by Will Stewart 
Memories of Beamer's first bowl win from a player who altered the course of the game.

The 1995 Sugar Bowl: Will Stewart
by Will Stewart 
For this fan-turned-journalist, the 1995 Sugar Bowl was the end of an era.

The 1998 Music City Bowl: Bud Foster
by Will Stewart
Tech's rousing victory over Alabama put the Hokies and their defensive coordinator on the fast track to success.

The 2000 Gator Bowl: Ronyell Whitaker
by Art Stevens
The attention was on Michael Vick, but Ronyell Whitaker not-so-quietly played a major role.

Inside the Numbers: Bowl Payouts
by Will Stewart 
To no one's surprise, the rich get richer in the bowl system. 

If you're a TSL Extra subscriber and want to access the latest issue, or if you're not and want to find out more, then check out our TSL Extra Info Page.

A TSL Extra subscription is $24.95 a year and comes with a 10% discount on all purchases, plus access to every back issue of the TSLX -- including this month's issue, that's over 500 pages of Hokie-related reading!

The TSL Extra is a very important part of what we're doing here at, and we hope that if you're not yet a subscriber, you'll sign up!


TSL News and Notes Archives

TSL Home