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Audio: Corps of Cadets Hokie Heroes

The Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets Hokie Hero program started in 2006 by IMG College and sponsored by the University Bookstore, honors Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets alumni who are currently deployed. Recipients of this honor are highlighted by Bill Roth and Mike Burnop during the radio broadcast of each game.
Virginia game - 1st Lt. Pete Laclede
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Boston College game - Lt. Cmdr. Faye Rozwadowski
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Florida State game - Maj. Ryan Crowley
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Miami game - Capt. Mark Amos
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Clemson game - Cmdr. Bill Balding
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Duke game - Capt. Andy Howell
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North Carolina game - Col. Frank Huber, U.S. Army
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Cincinnati game - 1st Lt. George Hogg, U.S. Army
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Bowling Green game - 1st Lt. Justin May, U.S. Air Force
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Pittsburgh game - 1st Lt. Mark Angelo, U.S. Army
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Austin Peay game - Capt. Kim French, U.S. Air Force
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Georgia Tech game - 1st Lt. Randy Coggin, U.S. Army
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Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets

The Virginia Tech Corps of Cadets has produced military, public, and corporate leaders since the university was founded in 1872. It is one of just two military corps within a large public university. The corps holds its members to the highest standards of loyalty, honor, integrity, and self-discipline. In return, cadets achieve high academic success and a long-lasting camaraderie with fellow members. Virginia Tech, the most comprehensive university in Virginia, is dedicated to quality, innovation, and results to the commonwealth, the nation, and the world.