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Nearly 60 people put out of work by fire in Dublin.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]

And the latest on West Nile Virus in Virginia.

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Tonight on News 7 sports, as we prepare to present part two of our series above the game - a UVa football player is kicked off the team.
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and they as if driving at 175 miles an hour wasn't hard enough - someone decided it would be a good idea to play dodge ball with a 20 foot orange today.
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[WX-Head]
[ANCHOR=Robin]
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The weekend outlook for the mountains and the coast coming up. Along with the latest conditions live with the News 7 WeatherBug.
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News 7 is next.
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[VO-NAT]
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]

Fire at a plant in Dublin caused more damage than originally thought.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]

The company's main production line was destroyed. Employees are temporarily out of work.
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[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


Good evening, I'm Shannon Young.
[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


And I'm Keith Humphry.
[Dublin-Fire]
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More than a third of workers at the Electroplate Rite plant in Dublin are out of their jobs for at least a week.
[ANCHOR=Shannon 2-Shot]


The plant itself won't be back to normal anytime soon.
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[VO-NAT]
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This morning crews were using a crane to remove a 30 by 40 foot section of burned roof from the building. A fire broke out in the boiler room around four o'clock yesterday morning, damaging a large section of the building. The plant manager says 90-percent of production is shutdown, because only two of ten production lines are able to run.

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((KEITH DICKERSON: WE HAVE AN ELECTRICAL COMPANY COMING IN MONDAY TO DO ALL THAT CHECK ALL THE BREAKERS. AND GET US STARTED. WE PROBABLY HAVE ABOUT FIVE LINES THAT WE CAN GET RUNNING THEN AND ONCE THAT HAPPENS WE'LL PROBABLY BE 80 PERCENT PRODUCTION.))
[SUPER=01-Keith Dickerson/Electroplate Rite President;]
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[OUT Q=percent production.]
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Electroplate-Rite specializes in applying a metal protective coating to metal parts. The company's hoping to get about half of its 58 employees back to work by next week.
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[West-Nile]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Roanoke Valley health officials are cutting back on testing birds and mosquitos for the West Nile virus..
Instead they're focusing their efforts on community prevention.
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Officials say everyone can reduce the threat of the virus by eliminating standing water around their homes.
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[IN Q=We know west nile virus is here]

((KAREN SAUL/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SUPERVISOR; WE KNOW WEST NILE VIRUS IS HERE AND IT'S GOING TO BE HERE 06 AND WHAT WE'D THOUGHT WE'D DO IS TRY TO PREVENT THE GREAT MAJORITY OF THE PUBLIC FROM GETTING THE ILLNESS. THEY WAY YOU CAN PREVENT THAT IS TRY TO PREVENT THE PEOPLE FROM GETTING MOSQUITO BITES AND PREVENT MOSQUITOS FROM BREEDING ))
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[OUT Q= MOSQUITOS FROM BREEDING ]
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Health officials say surveillance from past years shows that the mosquitos that tend to carry the virus are container type mosquitos. That means they breed in small amounts of water trapped in objects around the yard.
So far this year there have been no reported HUMAN cases of the West Nile virus in the state.
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[Kerry-Rally]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Military Veterans are becoming key players in the Presidential campaign.
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[SUPER=03-Beckley, WV;]

While John Kerry and John Edwards were praising them two hours away in Beckley, West Virginia today,
[SUPER=03-Roanoke]

military veterans rallied in Downtown Roanoke. These vets are hoping Virginia will vote for a Democratic Presidential ticket for the first time in 40 years this November. Rick O'Dell, state coordinator for Veterans for Kerry, says 38-hundred veterans have signed up to support Kerry.
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[IN Q=We have seen 21:53:10]

((RICK O'DELL/VETERANS FOR KERRY STATE COORDINATOR; WE HAVE SEEN MASSIVE CUTS IN VETERANS HEALTH CARE OVER THE PAST THREE YEARS, THERE ARE ANTICIPATED ADDITIONAL CUTS IF GEORGE BUSH IS REELECTED.))
[SUPER=01-Rick O'Dell/Veterans for Kerry State Coordinator]
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[OUT Q=Bush is reelected.]
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Former Delegate Chip Woodrum says he's excited about the turnout and energy.
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[IN Q=We are going to 21:52:12]

((CHIP WOODRUM/FORMER DELEGATE; WE ARE GOING TO CARRY VIRGINIA AND THIS VALLEY IN THE COMING ELECTION SO LET'S GET STARTED TONIGHT.))
[SUPER=01-Chip Woodrum/Former Delegate]
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[OUT Q=get started tonight.]
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The rally was put together with just eighteen hours notice.
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[Troops-Rally]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A group of local veterans and other residents have been rallying for 137 straight weeks in Lynchburg-- an effort to support U-S troops overseas.
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Today, they had a little company.. Steve Smallshaw is in our Lynchburg newsroom, Steve what did each side have to say?
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Keith , they both support our troops, but might have different ideas on who should lead them.
In some ways, Church Street in Lynchburg today was a microcosm of an America that's divided over the war in Iraq.
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[OUT Q=the hatred he's got.]

(( They've been at it since shortly after 9-11 and the first U-S troops were sent to Afghanistan.
Through rain, wind, snow and blistering sunshine, this mixture of veterans and residents have staked out a position near Monument Terrace for an hour every Friday at noon.
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((LEN GLASER/SUPPORTS TROOPS: I'M A NAVY VIET NAM VET AND IT'S JUST MY LITTLE BIT THAT I CAN GIVE BACK TO THE TROOPS THAT ARE OVER THERE AND JUST LET THEM KNOW THAT THEY'RE NOT FORGOTTEN LIKE THE VIET NAM VETS WERE WHEN THEY CAME HOME AND WE JUST WANT THEM TO KNOW WE'RE HERE FOR THEM AND WE SUPPORT THEM AND AN HOUR A WEEK IS JUST NOT MUCH TO GIVE UP.))
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Their compensation comes in the form of a friendly wave or the honk of a car horn.
Today, a lone protestor was both physically and ideologically on the other side of the street.
Jack Mills says the movie "Fahrenheit 9/11" convinced him President Bush needs to go.
He's not sure whether spending an hour on a street corner will help make similar converts.
[SOT 15:28:45]

((JACK MILLS/OPPOSES IRAQ WAR: I GAVE ONE MAN THE FREEDOM TO CALL ME STUPID. AND THAT'S SOMETHING. I MEAN, I KNOW I'M NOT STUPID. BUT WHEN YOU'RE DEALING WITH IGNORANCE, YOU'RE DEALING WITH IGNORANCE AND THAT'S WHAT THAT FELLA HAPPENS TO BE, HE'S AN IGNORANT PERSON. BUT I GAVE HIM THE OPPORTUNITY TO UNLOAD A LITTLE BIT OF THE HATRED HE'S GOT.))
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[OUT Q=he's got.] ))
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[LIVE=Steve/FULL]
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Again, 137 weeks in a row for the veterans who have been rallying on Church Street.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Keith & Steve/Microwave;]


They plan to stay out there until the last American soldier comes home.

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People spend years building their businesses. But one Roanoke man's built his career tearing them down.
We'll talk to Alan Amos when News 7 at Six returns.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]


And he survived Africa. Now Ethan Zohn's been booked to help freshmen survive a local college.
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[1st-Wx]
[Doobie-Shea]
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An award- winning recording studio in Franklin County is moving to Music City.
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[ANCHOR=Keith 2-Shot]
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[VO-NAT]
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Tim Austin was at the console this afternoon, recording North Carolina mandolin player Tony Williamson and his son Hardy.
But "For Sale" signs are posted on the property, and Austin plans to relocate to Nashville in the next few months.
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[IN Q=It's getting where]

((TIM AUSTIN: IT'S GETTING WHERE NOW I'M HAVING TO BRING PEOPLE FROM NASHVILLE TO THE STUDIO AND IT'S A SEVEN AND A HALF, EIGHT HOUR DRIVE AND WHEN THEY'RE COMING DOWN TWO IN A WEEK, THEY'RE GOING HEY MAN IT'S TIME FOR YOU TO MOVE. YOU NEED TO COME WITH US SO YOU CAN MAKE MUSIC TOGETHER DOWN THERE.))
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[OUT Q=you can make music together down there.]
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The first Doobie Shea studio was built in 1987. Many of the best musicians in bluegrass recorded there.
Austin says he hates to leave the area but is looking forward to new opportunities in Nashville.
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[Amos-Demolition]


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Most business leaders in the Roanoke Valley are trying to build the region up-- but not Alan Amos.
He's tearing it down-- one building at a time.
Connie Stevens has the story of Roanoke's Demolition Man.
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Hollywood may have Wesley Snipes and Sylvester Stallone....but Roanoke has Alan Amos, a man proving that what goes up, often has to come down.
Amos has been taking it out on bricks and mortar for some 42 years. He's obliterated everything from the Best Products Building, the site that made way for this t-v station-- to the old Lewis Gale Hospital, landlocked in downtown Roanoke at the corner of Luck and Third Streets. In 1973, he pounded down the American Theatre, which for years hosted the Miss Virginia Pageant.
One thing Amos has never been is bored.
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[IN Q= You see big grown]

((ALAN AMOS: YOU SEE BIG GROWN MEN STOP AND LOOK AT IT, THE MEN GROW UP BUT THE TOYS JUST GET BIGGER-- IT'S SOMETHING THAT EVERYONE LOVES TO SEE. IT'S A DIRTY JOB BUT WE LOVE TO DO IT.)) [RUNS:15]
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((CONNIE STEVENS: CONCRETE PULVERIZERS, GRAPPLES AND HEADACHE BALLS...IT'S ALL IN A DAYS WORK FOR ALAN AMOS, WHO STARTED WITH JUST A SLEDGEHAMMER.)) [RUNS:09]
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((ALAN AMOS: WE HAD A DUMP TRUCK AND SOME TOUGH GUYS THAT WORKED AND THAT WAS IT. WE DID IT ALL BY HAND, WE USED TO SALVAGE EVERYTHING, SELL EVERYTHING, THAT'S HOW WE MADE OUR LIVING.)) [RUNS:11]
[OUT Q=made our living]


But times have changed-- demolitions like today's event, the deconstruction of Patrick Henry High School's Persinger Hall require weeks of paperwork and environmental compliance before the walls can topple.
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[IN Q=When I started out]

((ALAN AMOS: WHEN I STARTED OUT YOU DIDN'T HAVE TO DO ANYTHING-- JUST GO GET A PERMIT AND TEAR DOWN A BUILDING, MAKE SURE THE POWER WAS DISCONNECTED, THE GAS WAS DISCONNECTED AND ROLL ON. )) [RUNS:07]
[OUT Q=and roll on.]


And does Amos the Destructor harbor any fantasies about taking dynamite to something big?
You betcha.
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That's the old flour mill-- a fortress of buildings and silos on South Jefferson Street.
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((ALAN AMOS: WE WOULD HAVE AN OPPORTUNITY WHERE WE COULD STRUTT OUR STUFF, SHOW PEOPLE WE COULD DO ANYTHING.)) [RUNS:07]
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Hey, we've all gotta have dreams.
Connie Stevens, News 7.))

[Bill-White]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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Bill White says he has a long history of helping people who have extreme views.
But the Roanoke man denies a controversial website he contributes to is racist.
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He describes the website, Overthrow- dot- com, as "an entertainment product aimed at people who have extreme political views."
The site has included racist and anti-semitic comments, but White says it deliberately pushes the limits of free speech.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=You want to hear]

((BILL WHITE: YOU WANT TO HEAR OFFENSIVE WORDS COME AND LISTEN TO MY TENANTS SOMETIMES. YOU KNOW COME AND LISTEN TO THE PEOPLE WHO ARE ON THAT STREET. ON THE INTERNET IS THERE A LOT OF OFFENSIVE MATERIAL? WE DELIBERATELY PUBLISH OFFENSIVE MATERIAL BECAUSE IT IS OFFENSIVE AND BECAUSE THERE'S A NEED TO PROTECT OFFENSIVE MATERIAL.))
[SUPER=01-Bill White/Overthrow.com Editor;]
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[OUT Q=protect offensive material.]
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White is a Roanoke landlord who has bought and renovated properties along Chapman Avenue.
He acknowledges that he doesn't like Jews, but says he is not a racist and has not discriminated against his tenants.
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[Stocks]


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It's a third straight week of losses for stocks, though the markets were higher for the day. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE]
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The DOW gained 42 points today.
NASDAQ rose eleven.
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[Stadium-Photos]


[ANCHOR=Shannon]
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The Lynchburg Hillcats and their fans may be enjoying their newly-renovated ballpark, but some people still have warm feelings for the way City Stadium USED to look.
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The sights and sounds of the old ballpark have been captured in a new multi-media exhibit by local photographer David Duncan.
Duncan says he wanted to capture the look and feel of the park...before all the improvements were made.
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[IN Q=Now you have]

((DAVID DUNCAN/PHOTOGRAPHER: NOW YOU HAVE THE VERY LARGE WALLS AND YOU HAVE THE SKYBOXES.. I THINK YOU LOSE THAT GRASSROOTS BASEBALL FEEL. THE NEW STADIUM IS WONDERFUL, BUT I THINK YOU LOSE THAT CERTAIN QUALITY FEELING.))
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[OUT Q=certain quality feeling.]
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His exhibit debuts at 1030 Main Street this Sunday and will run through July.
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[Ethan-Zohn]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Freshmen at Hollins University this year will learn how to be survivors. Their instructor: Survivor Ethan Zohn.
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[SUPER=04-CBS - SEG Inc.]

The soccer player from Massachusetts won Survivor Africa. He got voted off in the eighth week of the All Star show.
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((JEFF PROBST/HOST: ETHAN, THE TRIBE HAS SPOKEN. ETHAN ZOHN: HAVE FUN. PLAY HARD. DON'T LET THE BED BUGS BITE.)) [RUNS:07]
[OUT Q=bed bugs bite]
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He'll be a motivational speaker during freshman orientation at Hollins. Dean Alison Ridley says Zohn provides the perfect balance between a message of substance and something fun.
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[SOT 5:56:50 -walk & talk]
[IN Q=Can't overload the]

((CAN'T OVERLOAD THE STUDENTS TOO MUCH IN THE FIRST FEW DAYS, BECAUSE THEY'VE GOT A LOT OF OTHER STUFF GOING. THEY'RE TRYING TO GET USED TO LIVING ON CAMPUS.)) [RUNS:07]
[OUT Q=living on campus.]
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Zohn's appearance is set for August 30th, the fourth and final day of orientation. [5:59:50] ((I REALLY THINK THE MESSAGE HE HAS ABOUT CHARACTER, INTEGRITY, HELPING YOUR FELLOW PERSON ARE ALL GOING TO BE RESOUNDING MESSAGES FOR THESE YOUNG WOMEN.)) [RUNS:12]
[5:59:05] ((It doesn't hurt that he's seen as a heartthrob, coming to a women's campus. I DON'T THINK THAT HURTS. NO, NOT AT ALL.)) [RUNS:07]))

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[ANCHOR=Mike]
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Coming up tonight on News 7 sports - a crazy day in Chicago for NASCAR. A UVa football players is off the team for the upcoming season,
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and Steve Mason will wrap up our series "Above the Game" with a look at what schools are doing to nip some of this behavior in bud.
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[S-Action]


[ANCHOR=mike]
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[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-175 18:28]
[GRAPHIC=Above the Game]

Yesterday in part of of out series "Above the Game" Virginia Tech and UVa coaches and administrators addressed concerns with recent student athlete troubles.
[DOUBLE BOXES=Mike & Steve/BAM]
[GRAPHIC=Above the Game FS in BAM]

Steve Mason joins us with part two. What type of action is being taken to keep their student athletes trouble free.
[LIVE=Steve Full/BAM]
[SUPER=@Steve1;]


Mike, you heard some Tech fans say earlier this week that Marcus Vick must go, and
[GRAPHIC=VICK IN BAM]

there are indications tonight that his scholarship may be in jeopardy. But it's not always that simple for coaches, who invest a lot of time recruiting these athletes, getting to know them and their families over many years.
[graphic=above the game]


The player becomes, in some cases, like a son or a daughter to them and when he or she makes mistakes, these coaches want to give them more chances to succeed. But what are Tech and UVa doing to prevent problems off the field?
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[SUPER=01-Craig Littlepage/UVa Athletic Director; :12]
[SUPER=03-Blacksburg; :31]
[SUPER=01-Billy Hite/VT Associate Head Football Coach; :38]
[SUPER=01-Seth Greenberg/Va. Tech Head Men's Basketball Coach; 1:15]
[SUPER=01-Pete Gillen/UVa Men's Head Basketball Coach; 1:42]
[SUPER=01-Al Groh/UVa Head Football Coach; 2:21]
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[OUT Q=.......a little closer to home"]
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((Tech and UVa are bitter rivals but the Cavaliers are not only sympathetic but supportive of Tech atheltic director Jim Weaver and the Hokies in the midst of Marcus Vicks troubles. ((CRAIG LITTLEPAGE/UVA ATHLETIC DIRECTOR:))
Tech's football coaching staff and its administration go to great lengths each year to educate their players on the pitfalls of playing big time college football. ((BILLY HITE/VT ASSOCIATE HEAD FOOTBALL COACH:))
While Marcus Vick's future remains in the dark, suspended by the team, Tech men's basketball coach Seth Greenberg makes sure his kids see the light through a notebook equipped with countless newspaper clippings and headlines. ((SETH GREENBERG/VA. TECH MEN'S BASKETBALL COACH:)) UVa head men's basketball coach Pete Gillen floods his kids with constant reminders of what to do and what not to do.

((PETE GILLEN/UVA MEN'S BASKETBALL COACH:))
UVa's administration also takes preventative measures through selective recruitment and informative discussions with prespective student athletes before arriving on campus.)) ((:))
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[S-UVa]


[ANCHOR=Steve in Bam]
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[ABOVE THE GAME IN BAM]
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And Groh's words are, ironically, ringing true within his own program tonight. One of the seniors he was counting on this coming season has been kicked off the team.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville; :00]

Wide receiver Ottawa Anderson, who started 13 games last season and caught 33 passes has been told he will not play in 2004. Sources in Charlottesville say its an off the field issue related to academics. Anderson could redshirt this year and return in 2005.
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[ABOVE THE GAME IN BAM] So problems with student athletes continue for both programs (Steve will toss back to Mike)
[DOUBLE BOXES=Mike & Steve/BAM]


and Mike, the questions is, whose responsible, the parents, the coaches, maybe the athletes themselves.

[S-Chicago]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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The Busch and Cup cars are just outside of the Windy City this weekend in Joliet, Illinois for a Tropicana sponsored race weekend.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Joliet, IL/Speed; :00]

Qualifying has been on and off all afternoon due in part to the "Windy City" living up to its name. Watch what happens as a storm blows into the track in a big hurry right in the middle of time trials. This 20 foot tall Tropicana orange lands on the track. Everything is running way behind. We'll have results at 11. (------------)