OT: Anyone need some official VT gear?

I was browsing the New River valley facebook marketplace and kept seeing VT gear popping up. I end up clicking on one of the items and it appears to be Coach Mitchell's wife selling all his gear. So if you wear size 9.5 shoes or XL sweats, this is your opportunity to own some legit, field worn, Caleb Farley coached gear.

Not sure if these links will work.





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Got to sit by his wife and son during the North Carolina 6 OT game. Very nice family, she kept huggin' my wife after every score.

Looks like he has a beautiful family.

Wishing him success at NC State, except in 2022 when Redshirt Senior and Heisman hopeful Quincy Patterson throws for about 472 yards and runs for another 196 yards all over the Wolfpack.

Those are oddly specific numbers. Someone bookmark this.

but if damon hazelton decided to do that itd be an NCAA violation. hmmmm. weird how that works huh.

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not weird at all

and Hazelton can sell his VT gear in 2021

Or he could be wearing it...just sayin'

"You don't stare into a rearview mirror"

Why can't a 6'-7" to 6'-9" former player or coach sell me their gear...Can't find shit in tall sizes. I gave up.

Lol, pretty much...

Check out the basketball auctions, everything is Nike Length +2. I am 6'3" and on the thin side so I bought a pair of size L shorts and they hang about 4 inches past my knees. I have never worn them in public because I look ridiculous and they are size L. Might have only been a Buzz thing as I don't remember seeing anything about it this year.

Whatever. It was one bad year.

Seasonal Brew means High ABV for football season and standard the rest of the year.

Interesting. Good to know. Thanks for the info.

How the hell can a man wear XL sweats with such small child like feet? I think I wore a 9.5 in elementary school...

I can imagine no more rewarding a career. And any man who may be asked in this century what he did to make his life worthwhile, I think can respond with a good deal of pride and satisfaction:
β€œI served in the United States Navy"


something something small feet....

Take the shortest route to the ball and arrive in bad humor.

That duffle bag is sweet.