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2018 Schedule
9-4, 2nd in ACC - Coastal

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

Virginia Tech football player-turned-fuel man Caleb Hurd with the perfect description of first round of pit stops under NASCAR's new rules with fewer men over the wall: "It was a little cluster-ish."

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech has signed coach Justin Fuente through the 2024 season and increased his assistant coach salary pool to $3.8 million for 2018. Fuente will earn $4 million in 2018 and will earn $5 million in 2024 (receiving bi-annual retention bonuses). VT would owe him $15 million if it fires him without cause before 2020, and $10 million before 2022. Fuente's buyout to leave goes starts at $5 million in 2018, drops to $1 million on Dec. 15, 2020, and $750,000 on Dec. 15, 2021.

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32dAdam Rittenberg

Winners and losers from NFL draft early entries

With potential first-round defensive linemen Christian Wilkins and Clelin Ferrell returning to school, Clemson is the clear winner of the early entry period. How did other contenders fare?

Ryan McGee ESPN Senior Writer 

Great to see Frank Beamer and Mack Brown during pregame. Both were named to the College Football Hall of Fame Monday morning and both are thrilled to be entering the Hall together. Said Brown: "It's been an honor coaching at the same time at Frank. There's a finer man that I could have chosen to share such a special night with.

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40dAndrea Adelson

Beamer, Brown among 13 to enter Hall of Fame

Legendary coaches Frank Beamer and Mack Brown have been selected for the College Football Hall of Fame, part of a class of 13 that includes former players Ed Reed, Calvin Johnson and Charles Woodson.

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Oklahoma State is crowned Camping World Bowl champs (0:40)
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Oklahoma State defeats Virginia Tech in the Camping World Bowl (1:39)
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Cowboys hoist the Camping World Bowl trophy (2:11)
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Mason Rudolph takes home MVP (1:26)
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Cowboy up: Oklahoma State gets past Virginia Tech, 30-21

Mason Rudolph threw for 351 yards and a pair of touchdowns, James Washington became Oklahoma State's career receiving yards leader and the 17th-ranked Cowboys beat No. 22 Virginia Tech 30-21 in the Camping World Bowl on Thursday night.

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Rudolph: 'It's good to end on a high note' (0:56)
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Gundy: 'Very proud of our team' (1:03)
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Gundy bathes in Gatorade after bowl win (0:15)

Jake Trotter ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma State finishes with a double-digit win total for the third consecutive season. Longest stretch in program history.

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Rudolph launches 2nd passing TD (0:35)

Tom VanHaaren ESPN Staff Writer 

Oklahoma State wide receiver James Washington averaged 20.6 yards per reception this season with 1,423 receiving yards overall. At halftime of the Camping World Bowl game, Washington has one reception for zero yards against Virginia Tech. The Cowboys are still ahead 13-7 with 228 total offensive yards in the half.

Ben Hogg ESPN Producer 

The Pokes have arrived!

Thomas Morrissey ESPN 

LISTEN UP Pokes & Hokies fans! Rocky has the key to Va Tech's D slowing down OSU's explosive O! #22 Virginia Tech vs #19 Oklahoma State 5:15ET on ESPN 🏈😎🌴

Ben Hogg ESPN Producer 

Camping World & Florida Citrus Sports host dinner in style from the JW Marriott kitchen! Beth gives us the details. #22 Virginia Tech vs #19 Oklahoma State Thursday 5:15 ET on ESPN 🏈😎🌴

Thomas Morrissey ESPN 

We got u covered from Orlando! Becht, Boiman & Beth preview #22 Virginia Tech vs #19 Oklahoma State THURSDAY 5:15ET ESPN - CAMPING WORLD BOWL