FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) -Virginia Tech linebacker Vince Hall injured his left knee and will be a game-time decision against Kansas in the Orange Bowl on Thursday night.
Hall was injured during a team outing at the beach, the school said, and practiced little, if at all, the last two days of workouts before Wednesday's walkthrough.
``It's tender right now,'' coach Frank Beamer said Wednesday. ``I'm not sure what's going to happen.''
It is the second injury this season for Hall, who broke his left forearm and wrist in a victory at Clemson in November and sat out the next four games.
An All-ACC linebacker last season, Hall is second on the team with 92 tackles.
Brett Warren had 30 tackles in four starts and will start if Hall can't, Beamer said.

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