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"Beamerball" it's more than a game, more than a name... it's a new line of clothing bearing the coaches name that's produced and marketed locally.
And that's one of the things we'll be talking about first on NEWS 7 at SIX tonight.
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[TALENT=Keith]

...along with political candidates with legal problems and school kids armed with a toll-free hot line.

[Sports-Head]


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[WX-Head]
[TALENT=Robin]
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It won't be quite as cold tonight and we are headed for an extended dry stretch. Forecast details ahead. [open]
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=ejo]
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[LIVE PICTURE/MICROWAVE]
[SUPER=05-Blacksburg]


"Beamerball" is bringing in cars to Blacksburg by the thousands at this hour. It's also bringing in big business.

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[ANCHOR=Keith]

Good evening, I'm Keith Humphry.

[Beamerball]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=99-38 1:30:35]
[GRAPHIC=VT Traffic]


More than 50- thousand fans are expected to be in the stands for tonight's game between the Hokies and Clemson Tigers, while millions more may be watching at home.
And while the traffic in Blacksburg will prove to be a headache for some, it means money for many local businesses.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Teresa/Microwave]


Teresa Hamilton is on Route 460 in Blacksburg-- where fans have been rolling in ...by the thousands.
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[SUPER=@Teresa1;]
[SUPER=05-Blacksburg;]


Keith, the Hokies and Frank Beamer seem to be gaining in popularity, each year. And, for one local businesses, their continued success means profit.
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[SOT]
[IN Q=The fans]
[SUPER=01-Lisa Hanshew/Eleven West Spokesperson; :00]
[SUPER=03-Radford; :10 ]
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[OUT Q=produce it for them.]

((
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[in q=We are]

((LISA HANSHEW/ELEVEN WEST SPOKESPERSON: WE ARE SO HAPPY TO BE ABLE TO DO THIS AND IT HAS REALLY IMPACTED OUR BUSINESS GREATLY, AS IT ALWAYS DOES WHENEVER HOKIES GO TO A BOWL OR ANYTHING.))
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[out q= or anything.]


Lisa Hanshew is an administrative assistant for Eleven West, a local company that's cashing in on the success of the Virginia Tech Hokies, with Beamerball.
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Beamerball is the name attached to a new line of clothing and hats that the Fairlawn company produces and markets locally.
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[in q=It's sold]

((IT'S SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT UNIVERSITY BOOKSTORE, VOLUME TWO BOOKSTORE, AND THE STADIUM THERE.))
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[out q= stadium there.]


Company officials approached Coach Beamer about the idea. Luckily, they say, the coach, was receptive and the two sides struck up a deal, at a time when Hokie fever is strong.
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[in q=The fans]

((THE FANS FOR TECH ARE WONDERFUL AND WHENEVER THE FOOTBALL TEAM OR ANYBODY'S DOING WELL THEY JUST DEMAND MORE MERCHANDISE AND WE'RE JUST HAPPY TO BE ABLE TO PRODUCE IT FOR THEM.))
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[Wasena-sex]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=khu]
[TAPE#=99-34 53:12]
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Two of the last three sex- in- Wasena- park cases will be dismissed next week.
The city prosecutor says he's reviewed the remaining cases in light of two acquittals and will ask the judge to drop the charges.
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[VO-NAT (from 99-18)]
[SUPER=03-Roanoke/July 27]


Roanoke school teacher Shane Wolfe is one of those who will not be tried.
His case resulted in a MIS-trial in July.
Testimony revealed only veiled references to oral sex.
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[SOT 15:35:15]
[IN Q=There's considerable talk]

((THERE'S CONSIDERABLE TALK, CONSIDERABLE INNUENDO, CONSIDERABLE SUGGESTION, YET IT SEEMS TO HIT AROUND THE PERIPHERY OF WHAT THE COMMONWEALTH WOULD ALLEGE IS SOLICITATION TO COMMIT A FELONY.))
[SUPER=01-Donald Caldwell/Roanoke Commonwealth's Atty]
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[OUT Q=committ a felony.]
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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Wolfe had taught fourth grade at Monterey Elementary until his arrest last November.
The superintendent hasn't made a formal decision, but the 23-year old teacher will "probably" be offered another position in the city schools once the charges are dropped Tuesday.
Twelve other men arrested last Fall in Wasena Park have already pled guilty to soliciting undercover officers.
One more is still set for trial.

[Jones]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6]
[WRITER=ejo]
[TAPE#=99-31 1:19:02]
[GRAPHIC=Campaign 99]


A judge found him guilty, but State Senate Candidate Jim Jones says he did not assault a former employee six years ago. Today, he responded to charges that could affect his campaign for the General Assembly.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Joe/Newsroom]


Joe Dashiell is in the newsroom with more on the allegations, and Jones' response at today's news conference.
[Live=Joe Full/Newsroom]
[SUPER=@Joe1;]


Keith, these allegations date back to 1993 when a former employee of Lifeline Ambulance Service accused Jones of making unwanted sexual advances. He was convicted of misdemeanor assault and fined 250 dollars... but Jones says the allegations are false... the work of a disgruntled employee.
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[SUPER=03-Christiansburg; :19]
[SUPER=04-March 13, 1993]
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[OUT Q=get the other side of it out.]
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[IN Q=There was never any touching]
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[OUT Q=a little different... it changes.]


With family, friends and employees standing behind him, Jim Jones called a news conference to defend his reputation... and recount the events of a snowy day in 1993.
Jones says he remembers March 13th well... It was the day a late winter storm dumped three feet of snow in western Virginia.
At the ambulance office, and at his blacksburg townhouse where Jones stored equipment, the woman claimed he made inappropriate remarks and unwanted advances.
But Jones says hospital records, company documents, and the testimony of other employees all refute the woman's story.
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[IN Q=I feel like one side of the story]
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[OUT Q=get the other side of it out.]))
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Jones told Republican leaders about the conviction before he was nominated and says he never tried to hide it from anyone.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Joe/Newsroom]


But Keith, Jones' Democratic opponent State Senator Madison Marye has released a statement, calling on the Repu

blican party to withdraw its support of Jones. [Poindexter]


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A candidate for Bedford County sheriff faces a different legal trouble. He has been charged with writing bad checks.
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Elton Poindexter is accused of writing two bad checks for twenty dollars each to a convenience store.
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[IN Q=Can you afford]

((TINA TENRET/NEWS7: CAN YOU AFFORD TO RUN A CAMPAIGN IF YOU'RE WRITING BAD CHECKS? ELTON POINDEXTER/CANDIDATE FOR SHERIFF: CAN I AFFORD IT? WHAT I PAY HAS NOTHING TO DO WITH WRITING A $20 CHECK. I THOUGHT THE BANK TOOK CARE OF IT. THEY'RE SUPPOSED TO TAKE CARE OF IT. WHEN I GOT THE LETTER I TOOK IT TO THE BANK. TINA TENRET/NEWS7: SO YOU THOUGHT THE BANK HAD COVERED THAT MONEY? POINDEXTER: RIGHT, UH-HUH.))
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[OUT Q=uh huh]
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[VO-NAT]


Poindexter's trial is set for October 13th.
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[ANCHOR=Keith]
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A lot of teachers don't meet Virginia's new certification requirements. The details are still ahead on News 7 at 6.
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And there's a new phone number in Roanoke, to let students snitch on others. We'll tell you why, next.
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Students who might normally hesitate to rat on their peers can now let their fingers do some of the talking.
Crime Line is coming to local schools.
It's a phone number for giving police tips ... and Scott Goldberg reports ... dialing it means never having to say your name.
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((
The nation's nerves were still rattling in the wake of Columbine...
When a rash of copycat bomb threats turned the fear of school violence into a very real fear at campuses like Patrick Henry.
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((KEVIN SAUNDERS: THEY DID IT JUST TO GET OUT OF CLASS. I THOUGHT IT WAS REALLY UNNECESSARY.)) [RUNS05]
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The threats angered administrators and annoyed a good number of students...
Students who now welcome a program that lets them anonymously snitch on criminal peers.
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[SOT 4:35:38]
[IN Q=most of the time]

((COURTNEY MINTON: MOST OF THE TIME, STUDENTS ARE AFRAID TO TELL BECAUSE THEIR FRIENDS WILL KNOW WHO TOLD AND A LOT OF STUDENTS WILL GET ON THEM.)) [RUNS06]
[OUT Q=GET ON THEM]


The school version of Crime Line promises never to reveal the informant's name ... and pay the student as much as one hundred dollars -- IF the tip helps prevent a real crime.
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[SOT 2:35:09 -- tape one]
[IN Q=the threat]

((JIM JOYCE/ROANOKE VALLEY CRIME LINE: THE THREAT HAS TO CHECK OUT. IT HAS TO BE LEGITIMATE. IT HAS TO RESULT IN THE SCHOOL BEING A SAFER PLACE.)) [RUNS06]
[OUT Q=SAFER PLACE]
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[SOT 4:45:11]

[standup]
[IN Q=BECAUSE]

((SCOTT GOLDBERG: BECAUSE POLICE AND SCHOOL OFFICIALS TAKE EVERY THREAT SERIOUSLY, THEY GREW INCREDIBLY FRUSTRATED AT TIMES LAST YEAR, WASTING RESOURCES INVESTIGATING BOGUS BOMB THREATS. THEY EXPECT CRIME LINE WILL PREVENT THAT -- AND THEY HOPE STUDENTS WON'T WASTE MORE TIME PHONING IN BOGUS TIPS.)) [RUNS14]
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Patrick Henry's principal has faith her students want to help, not hamper police efforts.
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[SOT 4:38:56]
[IN Q=most of the incidents]

((DORIS ENNIS/PH PRINCIPAL: MOST OF THE INCIDENTS AT PH ... STUDENTS HAVE PROVIDED THE INFORMATION BECAUSE THEY'RE VERY MUCH CONCERNED ABOUT SAFETY IN THE SCHOOLS.)) [RUNS10]
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The hope now is that students are so concerned about safety ... they'll think it's cool to be a tattletale ... assuming they're tattling for good reason ... and knowing their peers won't find out.
Scott Goldberg, News-7.))
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[*****wipe to Crime Line pinnacle*****]
The Crime Line number is 3-4-4-8-5-0-0.

It's available to students in the Roanoke, Roanoke County, Salem and Botetourt County School Districts.[Education]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#99-32 1:08:02]
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Virginia middle schools will need 300 new math and science teachers each year-- but colleges are turning out fewer than 20.
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[VO-NAT]


That's according to a new Virginia Commonwealth University study.
The study also finds 49 percent of middle school science teachers and 52 percent of middle school math teachers do NOT meet the latest certification requirements that new teachers must pass.
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[SOT 10:00:17]
[IN Q=The board]

((KIRK SCHRODER/VIRGINIA BOARD OF EDUCATION: THE BOARD HAS BEEN AWARE OF TEACHER QUALIFICATION ISSUES FOR A WHILE. THAT'S WHY WE ENACTED PRAXIS TWO. TO ENSURE THAT TEACHERS ARE QUALIFIED IN THE SUBJECT AREA THAT THEY'RE TEACHING. BEFORE THE BOARD HAD ACTED ON THIS ISSUE, THAT HAD NEVER BEEN THE CASE BEFORE IN VIRGINIA. SO NOW AT LEAST TEACHERS COMING INTO THE PROFESSION WILL HAVE TO TAKE A TEST WITHIN THE FIELD THAT THEY ARE TEACHING.))
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[OUT Q=are teaching.]
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[VO-NAT]


The study also shows 56 percent of middle school science teachers and a full 67 percent of middle school math teachers did NOT major or minor in the subject area they are now teaching.
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[Tobacco-Board]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=equ]
[TAPE#=99-33 1:24:45]
[GRAPHIC=Tobacco Under Fire]


Virginia politicians -- regardless of party -- are livid that the Clinton administration is suing tobacco companies.
Some say it's the final insult, after NAFTA's already taken jobs from 48 Virginia companies in the last five years.
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[SOT 15:19:22]
[IN Q=Every county]

((SEN. CHARLES HAWKINS/R-CHATHAM: EVERY COUNTY IN MY AREA HAS BEEN HURT BECAUSE OF NAFTA. AND ON TOP OF THAT, IF WE TAKE AWAY WHAT FEW MONIES...DOUBLE JEOPARDY))
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[RUNS=:20]
[OUT Q=double jeopardy.]
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[VO-NAT]


The Governor says 400 million dollars to retrain Virginia tobacco workers and to tell teens about the dangers of smoking is now in jeopardy.
The money would come from the tobacco settlement with the states.
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[SOT 11:09:56]
[IN Q=And all that's]

((GOV. JIM GILMORE: AND ALL THAT'S JEOPARDIZED BECAUSE THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT IS ON SOME VENDETTA OR SOMETHING LIKE THAT. AND I'M VERY CONCERNED ABOUT THE WORKING MEN AND WOMEN OF VIRGINIA AND OUR FARMING COMMUNITY-- PEOPLE WORKING IN OUR FACTORIES. IT JUST SEEMS LIKE AN AGGRESSIVE, POLITICAL-TYPE APPROACH WHICH I DISAPPROVE OF.))
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[OUT Q=disapprove of.]
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[VO-NAT]


Even Democratic Congressman Rick Boucher isn't siding with the President.
Boucher says he expects the Justice Department to lose the suit.
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[Stocks]


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Stocks took a heavy hit in late going today, finishing with major losses. [TAKE DOW & NASDAQ PAGE ]
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The Dow fell 205 points, almost two per cent. NASDAQ's 108-point fall was nearly four per cent.

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[WRITER=ssm]
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Reverend Jerry Falwell's decision to meet with gay pastor Mel White next month in Lynchburg has made the Hill City the apparent target of a number of protest groups.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Lynchburg]


Authorities say the Oral Majority-- a pro- gay group out of Miami-- has been given a permit to protest at the October 23rd meeting.
[SUPER=03-Wyoming/1998; :08]


An ant- gay group led by the Reverend Fred Phelps from Kansas also may seek a protest permit.
Police say they'll be ready.
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[SOT 21:43:46]
[IN Q=It has the]

((MAJOR JACK LEWIS/L'BURG POLICE DEPT.: IT HAS THE POTENTIAL TO BE A TAX ON OUR STAFFING.. AND THAT'S THE REASON THE ORDINANCE WAS PUT INTO PLACE, WAS TO GIVE PEOPLE AN OPPORTUNITY TO EXPRESS THEIR VIEWS IN A LAWFUL MANNER.))
[SUPER=01-Major Jack Lewis/Lynchburg Police Dept.]
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[OUT Q=a lawful manner.]
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[VO-NAT]


Falwell and White agreed to meet and tone down their rhetoric about each other's position on homosexuality.
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[Break] [S-Tech]


[ANCHOR=Keith]
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[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=Field tape]
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Tonight, fans in Blacksburg and all around the country will watch Virginia Tech's football team go through it's first major test of the season when the Hokies take on Clemson.
[Double Boxes=Keith & Mike/Microwave]


Mike Stevens joins us from Lane Stadium, Worsham Field for a pregame report, Mike.
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[SUPER=@Mike1; :00]
[SUPER=05-Blacksburg; :00]
(rollcue... NIGHT TO REMEMBER".... )
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[SUPER=01-Ike Charlton/Virginia Tech Cornerback; :49]
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[S-Gordon]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
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[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-48 35:53]
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Gordon might be looking for a new crew chief shortly. ESPN is reporting that Ray Evernham is leaving the #24 Rainb

ow Warriors team.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Daytona Beach, FL; :00]


Sources say he wants to spend more time with his wife Mary and son Ray, who has leukemia. Evernham Has been with Hen
drick Motorsports since 1992 and during that span, he has lead the #24 Dupont team to three Winston Cup Championships a

nd is a former Cup crew chief of the year.
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[S-UVA]


[ANCHOR=steve]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-47 30:51]
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The Virginia Cavaliers will play Brigham Young this Saturday without three key starters.
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[VO-NAT]
[SUPER=03-Charlottesville/This Past Saturday; :00]


Defensive back Dwayne Stukes will not play against the Cougars because of a strained quadricep. Fellow DB Antwan Harris will also sit out the BYU game, the senior has a sore hamstring that will prevent him from suiting up.
And All-ACC tight end Casey Crawford is still recovering from a severe groin injury and will not suit up.
One positive for UVa, defensive tackle Mo Anderson, who injured his knee against wake Forest, is scheduled to play.


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[S-FFE]


[ANCHOR=Mike]
[NEWSCAST=6pm]
[WRITER=sma]
[TAPE#=SP-52]
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Week Five of Friday Football Extra kicks off tomorrow night. Your Hometown Station will be out and about bringing the highlights from 16 games. Here's the rundown.
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