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Knee injury ends VaTech WR’s night early

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Offense has been hard to come by so far in tonight’s game between Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech. Unfortunately for the Hokies, they will be down one offensive weapon for the rest of the evening.

ESPN announced during the game broadcast that wide receiver DJ Coles has a right knee injury that will sideline him for the rest of the game. The injury is not related to offseason PCL surgery Coles had. Coles’ pads are off already, so he’s done. He did not record any stats tonight.

With just under six minutes left to go in the second quarter, the game is tied at 7-7. So far, neither team has been able to sustain a lot of offense, although the Hokies had one solid drive in the first quarter that resulted in a touchdown pass from Logan Thomas to tight end Eric Martin.

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1 Response to “Knee injury ends VaTech WR’s night early”
  1. steeler1nation says: Sep 3, 2012 11:41 PM

    anybody else watching that play thought it looked like the Ga. Tech DB (Sweeting) stuck his knee out in front of Coles, causing the injury.
    I hope it wasn’t intentional – that’s dirty if it was.

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