Hokies lose 2 QBs to ankle injuries Print
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Saturday, 25 October 2008 12:46
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 TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) -Virginia Tech's top two quarterbacks were knocked out of Saturday's game at Florida State with ankle injuries.
Starter Tyrod Taylor suffered an injury to his left ankle on the first play of the game and Sean Glennon hurt his left ankle late in the third quarter.
Taylor was helped off the field after being tackled for a 6-yard loss by Florida State's Toddrick Verdell and Glennon left after being sacked by Florida State's Dekoda Watson.
Little-used senior Cory Holt replaced Glennon.
 

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