Virginia Tech’s fans were very relieved to learn that the competition for a quarterback reached an ending, as Michael Brewer – a transfer from Texas Tech – will start in the team’s game against William & Mary next Saturday. Pay per head agents know how talented the player is, and even though there was plenty of competition for the role, they believe that he could be the one to lead the team.
Price per head services saw that this past week, Brewer locked horns for the position with Mark Leal – redshirt senior who many Live betting fans saw was Logan Thomas’ backup for a long time. Leal was praised by his coaches for the improvements he made, and pay per head agents learned that Scott Loeffler, offensive coordinator, said that both players “would be needed” all through the season.
Loeffler also said that Brenden Motley would take the No. 3 spot on the team’s depth chart, and pay per head agents believe that the team made a very good move here as well.
“Both of the guys gave great effort and played very well in preseason, making it a very difficult choice,” Frank Beamer said.
And the team’s Live betting fans could see that it was not an easy choice at all, considering the talent that these players have.
“It was a very close race and we’re proud of both of them.”
The Hokies’ Live betting fans found out that the team’s staff and Beamer were waiting until they reviewed Friday’s scrimmage before finally deciding on who would come out on top as the team’s quarterback, and, as said above, it was reportedly a very close shave.
The current health of Trey Edmunds – running back who Live betting fans know is very important to the team – and the role played by the other skilled freshman backs who are in a bid to get time will be something to pay very close attention to with a meeting with Ohio State on Week 2, and pay per head agents will definitely be watching.