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WVU/VT Will play in 2021/2022

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Really surprised the Hokies actually agreed to a home and home series.   Figured the only way this game would ever be played again was either in a bowl or at Redskins Park.   Also couldn't they have scheduled it any early.  8 years is to far away!

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For real.... half the people getting excited about the game might not even be alive in eight years...

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Will the Earth still exist then?  I'd think we'd have moved off into space by then.

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The games should have never stopped. For me Tech/WVU was one of the best rivalries in sports. Maybe they aren't expecting Frank Beamer to be coach much longer since they're starting the series up again.

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Theyre starting the series up again cause Oliver Luck is doing a pretty good job of cleaning up that bad image WVU had for all those years. 

I remember going to Morgantown for the last time they played in 2005..and was blessed to make it out of that town alive.

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