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    • Virginia Tech Social Media
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      Virginia Tech Social Media

      The summer doldrums continue to drag on, but there is a light at the end of the tunnel! Soon the school year will arrive with Virginia Tech athletics. Before that time comes though there remain some fantastic avenues of getting your Hokie sports fix. Social media has expanded significantly over the last few years. Major sports media outlets have already adopted the use of social media to share their articles and break developing stories rapidly. Individual organizations did not lag far behind and quickly recognized the value of social media for fan outreach and marketing. For those that are already comfortable with social media much of what is below may be old news. For those that aren’t as familiar,

    • Michigan pulls recruiting director away from former Michigan coach’s staff
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      Michigan pulls recruiting director away from former Michigan coach’s staff

      Michigan is set to add Arizona recruiting czar Matt Dudek as its new director of recruiting, according to a report from FootballScoop on Saturday. CBS Sports’s Dennis Dodd confirmed the report, adding that Michigan is expected to formally announce the move at Big Ten media days on Monday. The irony, of course, is that Dudek will leave the staff of former Michigan coach Rich Rodriguez. Dudek had been with Rodriguez shortly after his late 2011 hiring, first as on-campus recruiting coordinator and player personnel director before being named college football’s first general manager after the 2015 season. He helped the Wildcats win the 2014 Pac-12 South championship and was named a finalist for FootballScoop‘s

    • WATCH: Mark Richt takes annual backflip off the high dive
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      WATCH: Mark Richt takes annual backflip off the high dive

      It’s been quite the summer for Mark Richt. His 2018 recruiting class is one of the best in the nation, he taught the nation the most efficient way to eat a sandwich, and on Friday he executed his annual high-dive backflip at a Hurricanes pool party. (In case you haven’t seen the sandwich bit, watch it below. It’ll change your life.) As SB Nation catalogues, Richt has made these backflips an annual thing since he was at Georgia in 2015. It was a skill he learned, he says, to impress the ladies after watching Greg Louganis (yes, that Greg Louganis) do it while they were students at Miami. Richt and Louganis both enrolled at the University of Miami in 1978, and the future Hurricanes’ coach and his