News With Commentary by TSL Staff

Wednesday, April 24, 2002
by Will Stewart,

Issue #18 of the TSL Extra

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

Spring Football Wrap-up 
by Art Stevens 
Some final thoughts on Spring Football 2002. 

Where is Division 1-A Football Headed? 
by Wayne Crump 
The college football landscape could change drastically in the next few years. 

The Nightmare Season 
by Jim Alderson 
A scary look at what Tech's 2002 football season might look like, if the Hokies were in Conference USA. 

Big East Bowl Tie-ins 
by Jared Barringer 
The Big East has three bowl tie-ins, with fingers crossed for five. 

Shawn Scales: A Life of Adversity 
by Will Stewart 
Shawn Scales has been fending for himself for a long time. 

Inside the Numbers: Tight End Performance 
by Will Stewart 
Virginia Tech tight ends are blockers first, receivers second. We examine the numbers.

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