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Tuesday, October 25, 2005

Virginia Tech will win the ACC Championship

How am I certain? Well, through some investigative reporting I have discovered some stunning facts that lead me to believe that the Hokie's place in the ACC's inaugural Championship game in Jacksonville on Dec. 3 has been pre-ordained.

Fact #1: The ACC Championship Game is sponsored by Dr. Pepper

Fact #2: As I revealed yesterday, the Roanoke metropolitan area, a hotbed of Hokie activity, is the largest consumer of Dr. Pepper in the Atlantic Coast states.

Fact #3: Dr. Charles T. Pepper, for whom the soft drink is named, was born in Montgomery County, Virginia. Blacksburg is located in Montgomery County.

Fact #4: Dr. Pepper earned his medical degree from the University of Virginia. Nothing would get under the skin of a Wahoo more than VT winning the first ACC Championship game.

Fact #5: Dr. Pepper later settled in Rural Retreat, VA, which is located in Wythe County. Wythe County is adjacent to Carroll County, where VT Coach Frank Beamer is from.

As you can see, it is only right and appropriate that Virginia Tech represent the ACC as the winner of the inaugural Dr. Pepper ACC Championship game.

But first, let's take care of Boston College.


Blogger Steve said...

So, if the sponsor was Sundrop, some school from Tullahoma would win it all?


6:59 PM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

By that logic, Baylor (located in Waco, home of the Dr. Pepper Museum, should be the perennial favorite to win the Big XII Championship (also sponsored by Dr. Pepper).

6:31 PM


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