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Coming up on News 7-
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A potent type of heroin is being blamed for two deaths in Roanoke over the last week. A man is dead tonight in Danville after being hit by a train. And we'll take a look at the latest trends and styles in home furnishings.
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News 7 is next.
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[18.48.52 - 18.49.02] ((Randy Davis/Area Resident: I hate to see anybody pass away or anything. I hadn't met him or nothing but I just seen the police and everything over here and it's just kind of one of those things.))
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Heroin takes a deadly toll close to home.
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[Drug-Deaths]


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Two men are dead another is in the hospital tonight after apparently overdosing on a batch of potent heroin in Roanoke.
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Stacey Martin is live downtown with more.
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((Police discovered the first victim--38 year old Charles Edward Roberts--dead inside a relative's home in the 400 block of Cherry Hill Road last Saturday.
The second victim--29 year old Mark Allen Musgrove of Vinton--was found dead four days later in room 205 at this Budget Inn hotel in the 2300 block of Williamson Road.
Manager Andy Patel recalled meeting him.
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((ANDY PATEL/MANAGER:THE GUY IS A NICE PERSON AND GOOD CUSTOMER SO I'M PRETTY SHAKEN. TWO NIGHTS TAKEN HERE.)) [RUNS08]
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Police were patroling the hotel but area residents insist drug activity is not common here.
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((RANDY LEE JACKSON/AREA RESIDENT:I USED TO LIVE RIGHT OVER HERE IN 118 AND WE NEVER HAD ANY PROBLEMS BEFORE. I GUESS THE GUY JUST CAME IN OFF THE STREET AND WAS DOING IT AND I DON'T THINK ANYBODY KNEW IT.)) [RUNS10]
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Police say a third man-- 48 year old James David Johnston apparently took the heroin, was left unconcious at a home along Hampton Avenue to a local hospital.))
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[Train-Fatal]


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It was a deadly night on the train tracks in Danville.
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Authorities say a 29-year-old Danville man was struck and killed by a Norfolk-Southern train shortly before 6 thirty this evening.
The train's conductor says he blew the horn at the man, who was reportedly laying on the tracks just west of the Monument Street railroad crossing when he was hit.
Charges have NOT been filed in connection with the incident.
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[State-Flags]


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Governor Jim Gilmore has ordered state flags around the Commonwealth be lowered to half staff SATURDAY.
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It's in honor of the Richmond police officer killed in the line of duty this week.
Officer Thomas McMahon (mc-MAY-uhn) was shot and killed Wednesday by a former Marine who'd led police on a high speed chase.
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The Governor called the officer's death a "senseless tragedy."
State flags should remain at half staff until sunset TOMORROW. [take next VO]

[Dammones]


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He was just 16 when he killed his mother's boyfriend.. today Kevin Lamont Dammones (DAY-minz) pleaded guilty to the crime.
Dammones, now 21, was only recently found competent to stand trial.
He shot Michael Smith in 1994 after Smith allegedly beat Dammones' mother.
Dammones pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter.. he'll be sentenced in December.
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[Stolen-Pickup]


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The search is on in Henry County for two robbery suspects and a stolen pickup truck.
Authorities say two black men robbed a North Carolina jewelry store Wednesday.
They fled to Virginia and were spotted near the Martinsville Speedway.
This morning someone stole a black Chevy pickup truck from a Ridgeway convenience store.
Authorities believe the truck thieves might be the jewelry store robbers.
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((LT. KIMMY NESTER/HENRY CO. SHERIFF'S OFFICE: WE'RE NOT SURE THAT IT'S RELATED BUT WE THINK IT COULD BE RELATED. SO WE'VE ASKED THE PUBLIC TO BE ON THE LOOKOUT FOR A 1984 CHEVY PICKUP TRUCK. IT'S AN S-10 PICKUP, EXTENDED CAB, 4WD, VA TAG ZAA-6421.))
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If you've seen the stolen pickup truck or the two robbery suspects, you are urged to contact the Henry County Sheriff's Office.




[Gay-Attack]


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The 21-year old Wyoming college student who was beaten, burned, tied to a fence and left to die, was buried today.

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Hundreds of friends and family members attended Matthew Shepard's funeral, but there were also protestors holding up signs in front of the Shepard's church.
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The protestors were not allowed to demonstrate an hour before and two hours after the service.
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Time now for a first check of weather -- Andrew Freiden.
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Coming up, Virginia's latest import stirs criticism about prison spending.
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Plus the case of the squirt gun that got the 7-year-old in BIG trouble is resolved.
Details straight ahead.
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hey everybody, Steve mason here with a nigh of sports made for legends. Russell Turner and Curtis Blair are in ducted in to the Patrick henry hall of fame tonight. Danville racing great Wednell Scott's induction time is also upon us. Ricky's Craven for a Pesi 400 spot helps sink Mast and will the Cavaliers be able to stop the rambling wreck? we will address alls of this cool sttuff in sports.
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[Squirt-Gun]


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A Pulaski County school principal allowed a seven-year-old boy to return to school today -- after punishing him for bringing a squirt gun to school.
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Seven year old Grant Adkins says he did not know his sister stuffed a water gun in his backpack until it tumbled out in class.
The boy was suspended for a day because the principal said the toy looked like a real gun.
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((STARR BEVINS/PRINCIPAL: IF IT LOOKS ENOUGH LIKE A WEAPON PEOPLE CAN PANIC AND MAYBE RUN AND SOMEHOW FALL OR GET HURT.
IT'S A PANIC SITUATION. CHRISTA ADKINS/BOY'S MOTHER: MY SON HANDLED IT BY GIVING IT TO THE TEACHER AS SOON AS HE REALIZED HE HAD IT. IN SITUATIONS LIKE THAT I THINK SUSPENDING THEM IS TOO HARSH.))
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Bevins says she suspended Grant for one day, not two, because the boy did not MEAN to bring the squirt gun to school.
But she says the school prohibits imitation weapons to protect the children.
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[State-Prisons]


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Between 1992 and 1996, Virginia spent 400 million dollars on six new prisons and one expansion.
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Today, we've imported 18- hundred prisoners from other states to help pay for prisons that would otherwise be sitting empty.
There are another 12-hundred-and-50 on the way in January.
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The state Senate Finance Committee got the latest numbers today.
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((SEN. MADISON MARYE/D-SHAWSVILLE: IT MAKES ME WONDER, BACK WHEN WERE IN THE PROCESS OF BUILDING ALL THESE PRISONS, AND WE HEARD ALL THE NEED AND THE PROJECTIONS, I WONDER COULD THAT MONEY HAVE BEEN USED MUCH MORE BENEFICIALLY.))
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Virginia prisoners are expected to finally fill up the existing prisons by the year 2003.
Surplus space in juvenile institutions is expected to last even longer.
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[Nobel-Prize]


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This year's near million dollar prestigious Nobel Peace Prize was split between two winners.
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The 1998 Nobel Peace Prize goes to Protestant leader David Trimble and Catholic leader John Hume. Both have spent the last three decades working to end religious conflict in Northern Ireland. The two say the prize is an honor for everyone who voted yes to the Catholic-Protestant power sharing deal.
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Radford High School students marched out of class today, saying field trips and extracurricular activities are an important part of the school day.
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Students protested the state's new Standards of Learning, which suggest moving field trips and extracurricular activities to evenings and weekends so they don't take up class time.
But that would mean many would miss a foreign language competition or a museum tour.
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((A LOT OF US HAVE JOBS ... THINGS GOING ON AFTER SCHOOL.))
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These students suffered failing test grades in several classes to attend the rally.
The school principal would not talk on camera but says he supports the new standards.
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[Paving-scam]


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A City construction inspector says it was sloppy work...
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the paving job a group of men did for James Blackburn last month.
The inspector measured the asphalt layer at 3-quarters of an inch thick...half the minimum depth to do it right.
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((IT WASN'T NO 3/4" THICK MA'AM. WE LAID IT WITH A PAVER, ABOUT TWO AND A HALF INCHES.))
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Ben Keene says he was there- -shoveling asphalt for another man who actually struck the deal with Blackburn... but Keene insists he never tried to take collect 14-hundred dollars... as Blackburn says.
Keene was convicted of doing business withOUT a license, and the judge forwarded a felony count to CIRCUIT court for trial.
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Still to come, highlights from 3 of tonight's 14 Friday Football Extra games...
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and Jean Jadhon brings us up to date on some of the newest furniture fads.
Details ahead.
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[2-NC-Furniture]


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Bright is back when it comes to home-deco.
Jean Jadhon got a taste of the latest trends at the International Home Furnishings Market in High Point, North Carolina.
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(( What you think of a red sofa in your home?
It's one of the hottest new items from Rowe Furniture.
The word at market is- if it's bright- it's in. CHRIS MADDEN/BASSETT CREATIVE CONSULTANT: AND YOU KNOW JUST MIX IT UP WITH SOMETHING AS FUN AS FLOWERS GIVES IT PUNCH- YOU DON'T NEED FORMAL ROOM MATCHING SUITE. JEAN JADHON/NEWS 7: EXPECT TO SEE MORE CASUAL COMFORTABLE FURNITURE- BECAUSE AS LIFESTYLES CHANGE- SO DOES FURNITURE. IT'S NOT ONLY MORE COMFORTABLE BUT MORE FUNCTIONAL AS WELL. In Fact at Stanley furniture, home office is the fastest growing category.
And more people working out of the home has also prompted new pieces at Hooker Furniture. YOU HAVE TO PULL IT OUT FOR YOUR PRINTER
Units are large enough to house an office full of equipment-
and the bigger TV's get, the bigger furniture gets. BILL UTELY/HOOKER FURNITURE: INSTEAD OF ONE PIECE ENTERTAINMENT CENTERS HOUSING 25 OR 27 INCH tv THEY'RE GOING TO HAVE TO BE TWO PIECE UNITS THAT HOUSE 35 OR 40 INCH TV'S.
Head to the dining room though and you'll find china cabinets are no longer as huge as they used to be. IT'S ATRADITIONAL FEEL SIMPLIFIED WITH DEEP CONE CUT.
Traditional is still in- but as always furniture makers are looking for a new twist to interest you. KELLY CAIN/STANLEY FURNITURE: ONE OF THE ELEMENTS THAT WAS VERY POPULAR IN THE WEST INDIES OR BRITISH COLUMBIA IS THE USE OF TURNINGS LOTS OF TURNINGS WHERE YOU'VE GOT A TURNED AND CARVED POST.
At Bassett, salesmen are peddling the Asian look-
They hope rich prints are big sellers this year.
Black is also big-
From here, stories decide what they'll carry...then YOU decide what really sells.
In High Point NC JJ News 7.))
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By the way, you can't really go shopping at the "Furniture Market." It's for dealers only.










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But first in tonight's Extra Point.
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Patrick Henry high school welcomed its 1998 class of inductees to the school's sports hall of fame tonight.
Leading the list are two of the key members from the 1988 state championship team, Russell Turner who is now an assistant coach at Wake Forest, and Curtis Blair who works for Prudential in Richmond after getting draft by the Rockets and playting professionally in Europe.
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Former football star Lewis Neal was inducted tonight along with three sport star Nikki Hyder and gymnastics phenom Gwynn Fisher Franklin. Now lets check out the hockey scores.
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NIGHT DRAWING=

Pick 3:
1-7-5

(one, seven, five)


Pick 4:
4-6-3-2

(four, six, three, two)


Cash 5:
4-9-21-23-34

(four, nine, twenty-one, twenty-three, thirty-four)


The Big Game:
6-7-14-18-33. Big Money Ball: 8

(six, seven, fourteen, eighteen, thirty-three. Big Money Ball:

eight)

(Copyright 1998 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


APNP-10-16-98 2312EDT

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Lets begin over in Floyd County where the Buffaloes refued to be corralled by Galax in what turned into a homecoming stampede.
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The Buffaloe faithful were charged for their homecoming in Floyd.
In the third quarter, Floyd's Josh Spence sends an electric surge through the stadium as he gives Floyd [SUPER=34-F

loyd Co./28/Galax/13;]the lead on this seven yard touchdown jaunt, 14-13 Buffaloes.
Spence would cap off an awesome night with his fourth TD on the night. he takes the handoff and scores from 12 yards out.Floyd goes on to win 288-13 over Galax.
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Football fans in daleville turned out for a pre holloween treat as Christiansburg and Lord Botetourt put on an offensive show.
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It was homecoming and the Cavalier court would not be dissapointed.
Midway through the fourth, the cavs trailing by 3. The Blue Demons on Botetourt 40 yard line, quarterback William Reynolds thrwos the rock as the pocket collapses, and finds John Hendell for the touchdown and a four point lead.
[SUPER=34-Lord Botetourt/33/Christiansburg/31;]But Botetourt comes through with nine ticks left in the game. From 29

yards away, QB Josh Aliveto hits Austin Bousman for the TD strike and the Cavaliers top Christiansburg 33-31.
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[S-PH]


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In the Triple-A ranks the Knights of Cave Spring battle their cross town rival the Patrick Henry Patriots trying to sustain their unblemished RVD record.
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The Patriot faithful march down Brandon with their homecoming parade as the Knights march down the field to victory.
The brightest spot in the game for Patrick Henry took place at halftime when La'Keita Henderson was [SUPER=34-Cave

Spring/17/Patrick Henry/13;]Crowned HomeComing Queen.
Meanwhile following halftime the Knight's Brad Nichols recieves the ball from Brandon Funk and dashes 23 yards for the score capping the win for the Cave 17-13.
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[SUPER=55-Riverheads/42/Bath Co./7/Carroll Co./27/Ft. Chiswell/14/Liberty/23/Appomattox/41;]



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[SUPER=55-Blacksburg/30/Rockbridge/28/Patrick Henry/13/Cave Spring/17/Albemarle/20/Amherst Co./60;]



[SUPER=55-Halifax Co./20/Franklin Co./10/Chilhowie/No/John Battle/Rpt./Holston/No/George Wythe/Rpt.;]



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[SUPER=55-LCA/Sat./Roanoke Catholic/2 pm;][Sports tease]



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Still to co9e in sports, the lowdown on game two of the Express's season, pregame reports on the tech and UVa tilts,
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also Danville native and racing legend Wendell Scott is approaching another hall of fame milestone.
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[S-Express]


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The Roanoke Express travelled to Hampton Roads trying to lift their record to the.500 mark. They were successful although they trailed after two periods. But Duane Hamer ties it at 1-1 in the third and then Mike peron scores the game winner at the 14:12 mark. Daniel Berthiaume registeres 23 saves as the Express win 2-1. Roanoke is now 1-and-1 on the season.

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Tonight, Dave Moose Morissette became the first Express player in the franchise's six year history to play in the NHL. Moose scored the Express's first goal and looked much the same tonight in a Montreal uniform.
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Morissette warmed up with his new teamates in what would be his NHL start for the canadiens in their third game of the season. Moose will be 27 years old in December and is a hot topic in Montreal for the fact that he worked many years in the minor leagues to get to the show, including a stint in Roanoke.
After these pregame warm ups tongight, Morissette would go on to play 4 minutes and 7 seconds going outt on 8 shifts and he had one shot and three hits.
His Montreal Canadiens would go on to tie the capittals 2-2. Montreal is now 2-0 and 1 on the season.
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[S-Scott]


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One bigtime track note on the late, great NASCAR star - Webdell Scott
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The driving legend from Danville will be among this year's inductees into the International Motorsports Hall of Fame in Alabama.
The official announcement won't come until next Wednesday, but News 7 sports has learned that Scott has earned a spot in the hall.
This afternoon we talked with Scott's son about the significance of being inducted during NASCAR's 50th anniversary season.
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Rick Mast has hit an all time lowq in the Remingtotn Ford. Today, he failed to make his second straight race, unab
le to land a spot in second round [GRAPHIC=Pepsi 400]qualifying for tomorrow night's pepsi 400 at Daytona.

For weeks, there have been rumors Mast is changing teams and will soon be driving Bill Elliott's second car. This could seal that deal.
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One of the reasons Mast missed the show is because Ricky Craven, driving for the injured Ernie Irvan was forced to use a provisional starting position to make the race, and Craven aren't the only ones struggling.
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Bobby Hamilton, Ricky Rudd, Kyle Petty, and Jimmy Spencer and Darrell Waltrip all need provisionals.

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Virginia tech officals comfirmed today, that there are still around 3 thousand tickets remaining for tomorrow's 1pm Big East homecoming clash between the Hokies and the Temple Owls.
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The Hokies return to Lane Stadium Worsham field after a 17 to nothing win over Boston College.
The Owls are winless in 6 games but the Hokies remember the close game in Philadelphia last year.
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The top spot in the ACC is on the line tomorrow in Atlanta as number 25 Georgia Tech hosts 7th ranked Virginia at 3:30.
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VMI plays at Chattanooga tomorrow at 7pm. [Forecasts]
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