The Tim Donnelly Show  Weekdays 3-6PM

The Tim Donnelly Show Weekdays 3-6PM

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Tim Donnelly hosts The Tim Donnelly Show from 3-6 on WRAD and is a former quarterback at the University of Delaware.  His cousin, Sean Glennon, was a quarterback for Virginia Tech from 2004-08 and Tim has been a Hokies fan since the days of Michael Vick, DeAngelo Hall, and Kevin Jones.  Tim sets screens in pick-up basketball, references sports movies too often, and split his childhood between New Jersey, Hawaii and Maryland.  In high school, he played football, basketball and ran track.  He firmly believes the best video game of all time is NCAA Football and is leading the movement to bring it back.  He is a fan of logic and reason, and tries to use both when creating his show.  Tim is open to any debate, so bring your opinion, but make sure you can back it up!

Tim's Thoughts

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On The Eve Of Training Camp

Training camp for the Hokies opens up on Friday, and I want to remind everyone how far the program has come in the last calendar year.  It may sound ridiculous assuming that the program has made progress during a year that included the first losing season in decades.  How could a team be sitting in…Continue Reading

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Mike Young’s Rollercoasters

     If Mike Young, before he took over the Virginia Tech basketball program, asked a casual observer of college sports what would it be like to recruit at the ACC level with a unusually high number of open scholarships, they’d probably lean on an old cliche and tell him it will be ‘like a…Continue Reading

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Tony Bennett Is #NotMyCoachOfTheYear

The All-ACC Honors came and went without much controversy.  Zion, catapulted by ESPN’s infatuation with him, swept the Player of the Year and Rookie of the Year.  Kerry Blackshear Jr. was slighted with his position on the 2nd team, but was appropriately named a 2nd teamer nonetheless.  Nickeill Alexander-Walker may have been worth a higher…Continue Reading