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GRAPHIC=PULASKI/FRANKLIN CO. We begin in Rocky Mount where the


folks have been waiting for a home game
since last season.

Expectations are high for the
Frankin County football program this
season, just as they always are in
Pulaski County.

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*CG ffeloc Rocky Mount
Pulaski Co. vs. Franklin Co. Cy Dillon Stadium doubled its :00 home side capacity this off-season and
it was full last night, as Jack Turner
returned to town trying to keep the
Cougars from falling to an unthinkable
0-and-3.

Franklin County's D.J. Willis
would get the high scoring affair in
motion as he scores from 15 yards out
going right up the middle to make it
6-to-nothing after the missed kick.

Pulaski would answer back with
Kevin Crouse as he caps off a 60 yard
drive with this 15 yard touchdown run
that also ties it at 6-all after

another missed kick.

The Eagles next drive would
result in another score as Willis finds
a wide open Mark Kent booking it down
the left side. He makes the catch and
outruns everyone else on the field for
the 66 yard score. 13-to-6 Eagles.

The Cougars would then come back
with Shay Dunagan getting the ball to
Crouse - who will take it through the
traffic, break free into the open and
then show folks that his injured ankle
is on the mend as he outruns them all
to the house to make it 13-all.

The Eagles would keep clawing
away at the Pulaski defense as J.T.
Edwards goes off the right end, finds
the sideline, and he will ride it 21
yards for the score to put Franklin
County back in front 20-to-13.

The track meet would continue
with Pulaski's Benji Poindexter finding
a seam down the right sideline. He
will squeeze his way through the
defense and the chalk on the 37 yard
gallop. It's now 20-all still in the
second quarter.
*CG 850

Franklin County would go back in

front 41-to-27, but Pulaski got it tied
up in regulation and the Cougars win it
44-to-41 in overtime - shocking
Franklin County.



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GRAPHIC=PH/HERITAGE Along with Pulaski's situation -


nothing has been more of a surprise
than the inspired play of Patrick
Henry.

The Patriots have not won
back-to-back games in recent weeks, but
they've come from behind and done do on
the road.

Last night - they looked for
their third straight again on the road
at Heritage.

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*CG ffeloc Lynchburg
Patrick Henry vs. Heritage We pick this one up in third with :00 PH on top 20-to-14.

The Patriots' Darren Thomas hands
off to Dwayne Hobnett, and he will

break through the middle and rip
through the Pioneers defense in route
to a 70 yard touchdown run. The dash
for cash makes it 28-to-14 Patriots.

Now in the fourth quarter -
Heritage will attempt to comeback as
A.J. Payne passes to Jeremy Thomas who
makes the diving catch for a 33 yard
gain deep into PH territory.

Two plays later - Payne finds
Ricky Benjamin for the six yard score
and Heritage climbs back it in -
slicing the lead to 28-to-20 in the
fourth.

But PH would weather the storm as
Joseph Mesadieu bobbles the kickoff,
picks it up , gets under control , hit
the far sideline and he will basically
untouched all the way for the back
breaking score as Patrick Henry
continues to play the role of the road
warrior - winning last night 35-to-20.
*CG 853



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GRAPHIC=FOREST/GLASS Another storied program


experiencing a resurgence of excellence
early this season is E.C. Glass.

The unbeaten Toppers made the
short trip to Jefferson Forest tonight
to take on the Cavaliers.

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*CG ffeloc Forest
E.C. Glass vs. Jefferson Forest The JF cheerleaders were doing :00 their best to help the home folks
forget about last week's setback.

And the Toppers would give them a
gift early as Justin Devaul fumbles and
the Cavs recover on the deep in Glass
territory at the Toppers' nine yard
line - but they got nothing out of the
golden opportunity.

Glass would regroup and this time
Devaul passes to John Harris in the
endzone for the five yard touchdown.
The Hilltoppers march down the field
and take a 7-to-nothing lead.

JF would then take the ensuing
kickoff and let Mondreus Oakley do his
thing. He will turn on the speed,
dodge a couple of tacklers and take
that thing 90 yards for the special

teams score to tie the game at 7-all
and turn the momentum.

But Glass would get off the mat
as Tony Ayala takes the handoff and
turns in his own special performance. *CG 851 He cuts back across the field and
takes the rock 53 yards for another
Glass score.

The Hilltoppers beat Forest 33 to
27.

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GRAPHIC= The week FOUR highlight reel is


just getting warmed up.

The spotlight game of the week is
straight ahead as Travis Wells checks
in from Danville the site of tonight's
George Washington-Amherst County
showdown.

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VO-NAT Plus, we'll check on a couple of


traditional rivalries staged in
Pearsiburg and Covington.

But first here's a look at a
portion go the week two scoreboard and
the Franklin County marching band.



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*CG 650
*CG 651
*CG 653
*CG 654
*CG 655
*CG 656
*CG 657
*CG 658
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GRAPHIC=FFE It is time now to hit the road


and motor into South Side where the
high flying George Washington Eagles
hosted Amherst in a much anticipated

rematch from a season ago.

GRAPHIC=SPOTLIGHT It's the Dr. Pepper spotlight


game of the week - and Travis Wells and
phoographer Lynn Eller were fortunate
enough to check out the action in
Danville.

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*CG ffeloc Danville
Amherst Co. vs. G.W. Danville
:00


*CG ffe2line Dan Newell
George Washington Head Coach
:15


*CG ffe2line Scott Abell
Amherst Co. Head Coach
1:06 QUICK!!!


*CG ffefinal Amherst Co.
28
George Washington
24
2:06


*CG ffe2line Alonzo Poe

2 Rushing TDs & 1 Passing TD
2:14


*CG ffereprt Travis Wells
twells@wdbj7.com
2:37



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GRAPHIC=TUNSTALL/GRETNA There was supposed to be another


big game tonight in Pittsylvania County
as Gretna was scheduled to host
Tunstall.

The game was called off not
because of the rain, but rather because
several Tunstall players have staph
infections.

At this time - no makeup date has
been announced - but it could be a
problem - Tunstall still has an open
date and Gretna has two open dates this
season, but none of them coincide.













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GRAPHIC=NARROWS/GILES The Giles Spartans tuned up for


tonight's county rivalry game with
Narrows by taking down two Group Two A
teams the previous two weeks in
Blacksburg and Christiansburg.

But could the Spartans get their
emotions in check to ride the Green
Wave.

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*CG ffeloc Pearisburg
Narrows vs. Giles Maurice Milton - a fullback on :00 the 93 State championship team - who
now helps coach was getting the Bandana
Gang stoked for this one.

Narrows has the ball from the 15
early and John Butler makes the most of
his opportunity as he takes the handoff
and takes off - going 40 yards for the

huge gain into Spartan territory
breaking tackles along the way.

The Green Wave would cap the
drive with Brandon Vaught bringing it
right as Narrows makes a statement
taking a 6-to-nothing Narrows lead
after a quarter.

In the second, Giles' Nathan
Tanner picks up 15 yards on what should
have been a touchdown as he slips o
n the cut on wet turf.
*CG 878 But Giles would take care of
business a few plays later as Ryan
Hevener carries it in for the TD.
Giles beats Narrows 37 to 12.

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GRAPHIC=ALLEGHANY/COVINGTON Covington and Alleghany also


renewed the War in the Highlands
tonight as the two met at Casey Field
in Covington to battle for the Brackman
Cup.

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*CG ffeloc Covington

Alleghany vs. Covington The trophy which goes to the :00 winner of this game every year has had
a permanent home in the Alleghany
trophy case since its inception.

Covington would move the ball
efficiently on its opening drive before
Givoni Jennings fumbles deep in
Alleghany territory to turn the ball
over to the Mounties and waste a
scoring opportunity.

Alleghany would try to take
advantage of the turnover as Montiro
Johnson rips off a nice run up the
middle picking up 13 yards - but the
drive would stall.

The Cougars would take over and
end the defensive struggle as Jerry
Craighead takes the ball and breaks to
the outside for the 16 yard touchdown
run for Covington.
*CG 856 But the Mountaines hang on to the Cup
with a 21-to-14 win.

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GRAPHIC= Six games are down and eight more


sets of highlights are still to come to

come here on Friday Football Extra.

We'll head to Salem, Cave Spring,
Blacksburg and Lexington as soon as we
come back from break -

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VO-NAT But first more scores and more


music - this time with the Pride of
Salem Marching Band.
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*CG 661
*CG 662
*CG 663
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*CG 665
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*CG 669
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GRAPHIC=FFE Time now for Friday Football


Extra to check in on the Salem
Spartans.

GRAPHIC=SALEM/BYRD In the past decade -William Byrd


and Salem's native Jeff Highfill have
been a major thron in the Spartans'
sides.

But tonight - as Salem played its
home opener - Byrd came across the
valley reeling from opening losses to
Hidden Valley and Staunton River.

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*CG ffeloc Salem
William Byrd vs. Salem The Salem and Byrd cheerleaders :00 joined forces for this stunt in the
second half.

But the Salem players refused to
let Byrd get in on the action tonight.
D'Juan Smith runs the counter play to
the left side. He gets down to midfield
on the carry that highlghts a long ball
control drive.

Later Brandon Grigsby will get
the call and he will score from the one
to make it a 35-to-nothing lead in
favor of the Spartans.


Still in the third - here come
the Spartans again. Keith Gaines fakes
the option pass, and keeps the ball.
He will just out-athletic everybody on
the field with the wicked run all the
way down to the Byrd 28 yard line. *CG 857 FINAL

Michael Turk would then go off
tackle on the left side and bring it
right at you as the Spartans push their
lopsided advantage to 49-to-nothing in
the fourth.

Salem stays unbeaten with a
49-to-3 win over the Terriers.



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GRAPHIC=CAVE/LORD BOTETOURT The unbeaten Cave Spring Knights


were home tonight at Bogle Field
hosting another Blue Ridge team in
desperate need of a win - the Lord
Botetourt Cavaliers.

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*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.

Lord Botetourt vs. Cave Spring The Knights rolled in with the :00 fog machine cranking and the strobe
light flashing and their play was just
a flashy tonight.

In the first, on the third play
of the game - Will Osborne gets the
toss to the right side and he will do a
nice job of cutting off his blocks to
pick up 20 yards before he pushed out
of bounds.

Two plays later, Osborne will
prove that where there'a Will - there's
a way. He takes the toss, cuts it back
up the middle and rolls 30 yards to the
end zone. Making it look easy -
Osborne make it 7-to-nothing Cave.

After a failed fake Botetourt
punt - the Knights would crank out a
ball control drive capped by this
Osborne TD blast from the two. Cave
Spring takes a 14-to-nothing game.

Later the Cavs would again gamble
and for it on a fourth and one, but
Scott Berrier is a barrier as he puts
the wood on quarteback Matt Deane to
get the ball back to the Knights.

The Knights would then let
Osborne do it again as he gets past the
line, breaks a couple of tackles and

dashes 40 yards for the score.
*CG 859 FINAL Cave Spring goes on top
21-to-nothing in the first and rolls to
the

49 to 21 win.

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GRAPHIC=FLEMING/BLACKSBURG The Blacksburg Bruins were home


tonight at Bill Brown Stadium hoping to
find out what kind of team they have.

The Bruins opened with a tough
loss at Giles and an overtime setback
to Graham.

Tonight, they welcomed talented
Fleming to town.

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*CG ffeloc Blacksburg
William Fleming vs. Blacksburg The Blacksburg cheerleaders were :00 trying to get spirites up tonight down
16-to-10 to start the third quarter.

Fleming would widen the gap to
open the second half as Deandre Mumford
passes to Ronnie Thompson for 39 yards
on the pickup moving the ball into

Blacksburg territory.

The Colonels would cap that drive
when they turned this 2nd and 8 from
the 28 into a Thompson TD run from the
line of scrimmage. The 28 yard dash
make it 22-to-10 after the missed
conversion.

Blacksburg would continue to
struggle in the second half when the
snap in punt formation flies over the
punter's head giving Fleming the safety
and a 24-to-10 lead.
*CG 858 Final

The score would balloon to
33-to-10 before John Cooke would
connect with Jake Badinelli for a 35
yard gain. That would set up this
Latrell Keys score up the center from
14 yard out.

Fleming beat Blacksburg 33 to 17.

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GRAPHIC=FORT/ROCK The Rockbridge County Wildcats


were home last night in Lexington for a
Valley district game against their
rivals from Ft. Defiance.


Last year quarterback Chase
Prasnicki brought the Wildcats back for
a dramatic win over Fort - to give
Rockbridge its first ever win over the
Indians.

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*CG ffeloc Lexington
Indians vs. Wildcats First year Rockbridge County head :00 coach Jason White was pointing his team
in the right direction in the third
with a 14-to-7 lead.

Jason Campbell would pad that
cushion as he takes the pitch and
scores from the five for his third TD
of the game to put the Wildcats on top
20-to-7.

Still in third, Rockbridge and
Campbell would turn in a repeat
performance as he scores from the four
to extend the Wildcats advantage to
26-to-7.

Campbell would keep rolling.
This time he appears to be stopped, but
instead breeak free and dashes into the
endzone untouched from 26 yards out.
It's suddenly a 33 to 7 game in favor
of the Cats.

*CG 855 Final

Campbell would get his 6th TD of
the night in the fourth quarter. He
would finish the night with 259 yards
and six touchdowns - a new school
record as the Wildcats explode after
intermission and whips Ft. Defiance
40-to-13.



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GRAPHIC= There are still more highlights


on the way tonight as we check on the
Glenar-Bath game and see how Craig and
Eastern Mont turned out.

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VO-NAT Plus, we'll see if North Cross


remained unbeaten.

But first let's wrap up the week
four scoreboard with the help of the
Blacksburg Bruins marching band.


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*CG 673
*CG 674
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*CG 676
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GRAPHIC=FFE It's time now to take the Friday


Football Extra train to the place known
as Highlander Heaven.

GRAPHIC=GLENVAR/BATH The Glenvar Highlander fresh off


their blowout win over Pioneer member
Parry McCluer - hosted another Pioneer
member in Bath County tonight.


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*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.
Bath Co. vs. Glenvar Bath County coach Will Fields was :00 trying to bring his Chargers back from
a 14-to-nothing halftime deficit at
halftime.

But the Highlanders would have
nothing of it as senior quarterback
Devin Chappell rolls to his left and
tucks it in running 10 yards for the
score to extend the Glenvar lead to
21-to-nothing at that point.

Glenvar tailback Carter Brown
would then juke his way through the
line of scrimmage and break it wide
open. He'll take it 42 yards to the
corner of the endzone for another
Highlander score. It's now
27-to-nothing.

The Highlanders would keep their
momentum going as Chappell dives to
get the ball across the goal line.
He's does just that and it's now
34-to-nothing in favor of the home
team.

The Chargers tried to fight back,
but Joey Crouse's pass to a wide open

Kelsey Criser is incomplete and Bath
again come up empty on the fourth down
try.
*CG 880 FINAL

Daniel Ayers would finish off the
Chargers running it all over the place
and even stopping in mid-run to pick up
his blockers. He eventually scores and
Glenvar crushes Bath County 41 to 0.



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GRAPHIC=E.MONT/CRAIG Not to far down Route 460, the


Eastern Montgomery Mustangs entertained
Craig County in another Three
Rivers-Pioneer district encounter.

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*CG ffeloc Shawsville
Craig Co. vs. Eastern Montgomery Eastern Momtgomery had hoped to :00 christen its new on-campus stadium this
tonight, but it likely will be late in
the season, or maybe next year before
it opens for business.

Craig would threaten early neat

the Mustang goal line as Casey Hancock
takes a Brock Jones handoff - only to
have it stripped into the hands of
Jeremy Smith who takes the ball 87
yards the other way down the near
sideline for the touchdown to put
Eastern Mont in front 7-to-nothing.

Hancock would get some redemption
from that fumble on the very next play
from scrimage as he takes the handoff
down the farside and rolls 55 yards for
the touchdown to get the Rockets back
in the game tying it at 7-all.

After a Craig went in front on a
safety, the Rockets' quartebrack Jones
would scramble to his left side. He
finds no one open, so he scrambles back
to his right, but overthrows the pass
right into the hands of Chad Raines.
And when it "Raines" it pours as Chad
takes it all the way back for Eastern
Mont's second defensive touchdown of
the half. They're on top 13-to-9.

Craig regains the lead on Zack
Bacon's gut buster from the three to
put the Rockets back in front 16-to-13.

Then with seven minutes left in
the first half - Hancock would take the
ball up the middle and go untouched for

50 yards and another Craig score.
*CG 881 FINAL The Rockets blast off after
falling behind to win it 50 to 19.

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GRAPHIC=STAB/NORTH CROSS Finally tonight we roll out to


North Cross and the Virginia
Independent Conference as the St.
Anne's Belfield made the trek down from
Charlottesville to play in the rain.

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*CG ffeloc Roanoke Co.
St. Anne's vs. North Cross Some of the North Cross fans were :00 playing their own brand of football on
the sideline after the lightning delay
ended.

St. Anne's is on the move as
Trevor Knight finds his tight end Ryan
Linthicum on a slant ove rthe middle.
He will make the catch and pick up 25
yards on the quick hitter.

On the next play - Colin Pahanick
takes the handoff and cuts to his
right, and that move would put him into

the clear. The 55 yard dash ends in a
touchdown and puts STAB on top 15-to-6.

St. Anne's would keep coming as
Knight and Linthicum hook up on pass
down to the one yard line. The ball
gets knocked out from behind and into
the endzone where St. Anne's would
recover to make it a 22-to-6 Saints
lead.

St. Anne's would then produce a
wild play as Knight's pass to Linthicum
bounces off his hands and right into
the arms of teammate Cody Tarpley.
*CG 883 FINAL He hauls it in and takes it
to the house. St. Anne's hands North
Cross its first loss of the season 50
to 12.

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GRAPHIC=FFE All right - the highlights may be


done - but there is much more to do
tonight.

Starting with the Dr. Pepper ACC
fan giveaway.

Friday Football Extra and Dr.
Pepper are giving away an all expense

paid trip to the first ever ACC title
game in Jacksonville on December 3rd.

Each week - we'll get a qualifier
and then have the grand prize drawing
later in the fall.

ENG#=APRISA GO TO APRISA CONTEST BOARD
VO-NAT




*CG 61

Right now I'm looking for the 7th
caller at 1-866-WIN-WDBJ.

Not only will you get qualified,
but you'll win an ACC hat and jacket of
your favorite team, plus plenty of Dr.
Pepper.

We'll have the winner for you at
the end of tonight's show.

Again, we want the 7th caller at
1-866-WIN-WDBJ.

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ANCHOR ON CAM ANCHOR ON CAM

GRAPHIC= The Super 7 is unchanged from a


week ago.

All seven teams actually remain
in tact from top to bottom.

ENG#=None CHRYON



VO-NAT Salem which rolled in its home

*CG 57 opener is still first followed by SUPER 7 Liberty and Gretna.

The Minutemen were off last night
while Gretna's game was postponed.

Giles won again to stay unbeaten.

Rural retreat was off last night.

Glass topped Forest and Hidden
Valley also was off last night.



And the pollbuster is Cave Spring
- the Knights are now 3-and-0.

Amherst also getting some
consideration at 2-and-0.


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ANCHOR ON CAM MIKE ON CAM

GRAPHIC= The Giles Spartans have had some


impressive Running Backs in the past
running the ball out of the Giles
Single Wing, but when all is said and
done. Ricky Cook could be one of the
the best. PLAYER OF THE WEEK-COOK

Last week against Christiansburg,
Cook pretty much did do it all carrying
the Spartans to a big early season win
and in the process capturing our Friday
Football Extra Player of the Week
honor. Grant Kittelson has more.

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*CG ffeloc Christiansburg
September 9th
:00


*CG ffe2line Ricky Cook
245 total yards vs Christiansburg



*CG ffe2line Steve Ragsdale
Giles Head Coach


*CG ffe2line Grant Kittelson
gkittelson*wdbj7.com



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OQ=Friday Football Extra. < (END SOT) wing for a long time Ricky Cook ran it


to perfection against Christiansburg
racking up 184 yards rushing in a 30 to
13 win.

(COOK:6:54)

But what may have been more impressive
is that Cook was also 5 for 5 passing

(COOK 6:30)

(RAGS:3:03)

Cook maybe the star, but he is quick to
deflect the praise to others

(COOK:6:13)

(STANDUP:)

(RAGS:4:40)

And the scary part is that Cook hasn't
even reached his peak yet.

(RAGS:4:10)

Grant Kittelson Friday Football Extra.

>>

MIKE ON CAMERA
MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=FFE Thanks Grant!



And thank you for checking out
this edition of Friday Football Extra.
GO TO CONEST WINNER


*CG 62 Before we go - we need to say
congratulations to ________ of
_______ Tonight's winner in our ACC fan
givieway contest with Dr. Pepper.

You're now qualified for the
grand prize drawing, and you win an ACC
jacket, a hat, plus some Dr.Pepper.
We'll play again next Friday.

MIKE ON CAMERA MIKE ON CAMERA

GRAPHIC=FFE Now don't forget Your Hometown


Station has three big games coming your
way starting at Noon tomorrow.

We'll get things started with
West Virginia and Maryland at Noon.

Then it's Steve Spurrier and
South Carolina hosting Alabama.

And then tomorrow night - the
game most folks are looking forward to
tomorrow night comes your way at 8 as
the Florida Gators host the Tennessee
Volunteers.

It's a crash and burn Saturday -

right here on WDBJ-7.

Take care everybody - we'll see
you tomorrow at Tech and next Friday
right here for week five of the season.



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