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News With Commentary by TSL Staff

Thursday, August 29, 2002
by Will Stewart,

Issue #22 of the TSL Extra

The latest issue of the TSL Extra features the ongoing debate about who should start at QB for Virginia Tech, plus articles about the South end zone's Stadium Club, a profile of recruited walk-on fullback Jesse Allen, and more!

We also bring you the second of our "ranking the recruits" series, where we take a look at the 1991 class that included Jim Druckenmiller, J.C. Price, and others. See how they stack up against the 1991 class.

We also get some of the inside tips and facts on how college football video games are produced, from a former insider in the industry.

Here are the details on this month's articles:

Noel vs. Randall: The Debate Continues -- by Will Stewart
Last weekend's ASU game summed up the QB battle perfectly.

Hokies of the Virtual Gridiron -- by Greg Zesinger
A former insider to the video gaming industry tells you how they do it.

Life in the Not-So-Cheap Seats -- by Will Stewart
In which our intrepid reporter braves the harsh environment of the Stadium Club to give you the scoop.

A Massachusetts Fullback in Frank Beamer's Court -- by Cary Whaley
How a lightly recruited fullback named Jesse Allen found his way to VT as a walk-on.

Inside the Numbers: Rating the 1991 Recruiting Class -- by Will Stewart
We take a look at the class that won the Sugar Bowl.

Inside TSL: Letters to the Editor -- by Will Stewart
An announcer works his butt off, and a webmaster takes some abuse.

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