This is not a joke, and I am not trolling.
While it remains to be seen how the dynamics of the coaching staff play out with the changes, it took a tremendous amount of courage for Bryan Stinespring to accept his new role under Frank Beamer.
I'm sure a couple of you will make some snide remarks along the lines of "Of course he accepted it, no one else would take him." To that, I say No Way. Stiney is one of the best recruiters on the staff, and he is a tremendous asset for that alone.
But in order for Stinespring to stay on board, and for this situation to work, he essentially had to look Scot Loeffler in the eye and say, "The Virginia Tech offense is yours, and, when it comes to coaching the players on offense, I work for you."
That actually takes balls.
So, Coach Stinespring, I tip my hat to you.