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VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM Antwoine Womack discussed Virginia's offensive attack in 2001 at the ACC Football Kickoff.
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Antwoine Womack discussed Virginia's offensive attack in 2001 at the ACC Football Kickoff.
VIRGINIASPORTSDOTCOM

July 26, 2001

  • 2001 ACC Football Kickoff Page

    Two players and each of the ACC's nine head coaches met with the media for the conference's Annual Football Kickoff at Wild Dunes on the Isle of Palms in South Carolina. TheACC.com presented questions from fans to all of the players and coaches in attendance. There were over 80 audio files recorded at the event. Below are some of the questions answered by Virginia's Al Groh, Ljubomir Stamenich and Antwoine Womack.

    You can listen to the complete selection of Cavalier audio clips by visiting TheACC.com's 2001 ACC Football Kickoff page. On the page you will also find audio files from the other eight ACC schools and a link to ACC Commissioner John Swofford's Forum with the media.

    To listen to the audio files you will need Windows Media Player. A free copy can be downloaded here.

    Virginia at the ACC Football Kickoff
    Coach/Player
    Question
    Audio
    Do you think the transition from the NFL to NCAA will be easy? What is the biggest change/difference in the two?
    Jonathan - Atlanta, Ga.
    What kind of impact is Al Groh having on the program thus far?
    Howard - Washington, D.C.
    What will be different about Virginia's offensive attack this year?
    Dan - Charlottesville, Va.

     

     

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