Virginia Tech Being Investigated

BY Fansided and Jw Gravley/FanSided via Fighting Gobbler • December 15, 2016

The recent news out at Wake Forest has now grabbed some unwanted attention at Virginia Tech.On Thursday, December 16, it was released by the media that Virginia Tech will be investigated on their possible involvement back in 2014 when then-employed Wake Forest radio announcer, Tommy Elrod, shared his school’s game plans to opposing teams, which now includes the Virginia Tech Hokies.David Teel, a writer for the Daily Press stated on Twitter that to his knowledge Bud Foster nor Frank Beamer were aware of anything happening within their program.Blog on #Hokies' acknowledgement of receiving game-plan 411 from Wake Forest in 2014. https://t.co/pcibGz3yWE pic.twitter.com/rANfBfZfoE— David Teel (@DavidTeelatDP) December 15, 2016Babcock did elaborate on their findings to the media.#Hokies Director of Athletics Whit Babcock's statement: pic.twitter.com/O6K7cip7Y9— JW Gravley (@jwgravley) December 15, 2016Frank Beamer’s comment:“I can assure you, that while I was head coach at Virginia Tech, I had no knowledge of what is being alleged. I’ve built my entire career and life on doing things the right way and that will never change.”Virginia Tech and Louisville have been the two schools to confirm they were given the leaked information.Remember that this news is still fresh and has just been released. West Point (Army) is also being questioned at this time, per David Teel.The assistants rumored to be involved with Elrod that worked with at Virginia Tech are no longer with the staff but their names are Aaron Moorehead, Stacy Searels, Cornell Brown, Torrian Gray, Bryan Stinespring, Scot Loeffler and Frank Beamer’s son Shane Beamer who is now at Georgia.It is unclear at this time if the investigation will reach those seven individuals.N.C. State, Clemson, Virginia, North Carolina and Syracuse have said they were not given inside information according to Teel’s article.More from Fighting GobblerNewcomer Khadim Sy Shining Bright This Season3h agoSource: Sophomore Forward Kerry Blackshear “Highly Unlikely” to Play This Season1 d agoHill Puts Hokies On His Back in Victory Over Ole Miss4d agoHokies Basketball: Knowing Ole Miss4d agoBelk Bowl Q&A With Arkansas Razorbacks Expert Chris Jackson5d agoThis article originally appeared on



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