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McElroy - What You Missed With Wes (04/08/20)

Wes McElroy
April 09, 2020 - 6:59 am
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Miss anything? Here's yesterday's show recap!

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Hour 1:

  • Wes chats with David Teel of the Richmond Times Dispatch on the one thing that stuck out from what Hokies Football head coach Justin Fuente had to say while addressing the media earlier today. David also gives his thoughts on the financial impacts of potentially not being able to have college sports this year, as well as what he remembers most about the 2019 NCAA Championship game with UVA.

 

Hour 2:

  • Wes is joined by Dr. Michael Stevens, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at VCU, as Dr. Stevens breaks down the state of coronavirus in Virginia, what the state of virus testing is as of now, and the importance of social distancing during this time.
  • Wes chats with the Voice of the Cavaliers, Dave Koehn, as he reminisces on UVA’s 2019 Championship run, his thoughts from the day before and the morning of the championship game, and his biggest “what if?” about this year’s team.

 

Hour 3:

  • Wes talks with former Hokies tight end Dalton Keane as he prepares for the NFL Draft. Dalton tells Wes where he was originally training before everything shut down due to the coronavirus pandemic, when he ultimately decided to go home and just stay safe, and the best information that he received from VT Football head coach Justin Fuente regarding the NFL Draft.

 

Hour 4:

  • Wes is joined by UVA Assistant Head Coach, Jason Williford, as he gives his thoughts on how long it took to hit him that everything was canceled and the season was over. Jason also talks about the message that Tony Bennett had for his players, especially the seniors.
  • Wes also brings back his interview with Dr. Michael Stevens, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine at VCU, as Dr. Stevens breaks down the state of coronavirus in Virginia, what the state of virus testing is as of now, and the importance of social distancing during this time.

 

 

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