The game day experience for Virginia Tech football at Lane Stadium is widely considered one of the most underrated in college football. And it’s truly special on the seldom occasions when the Hokies take the field at night.
At least that’s what Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster reiterated Tuesday. The long-time Hokies assistant called the night atmosphere at Lane Stadium “magical” this week, but he also told his players that it’s up to them to “create the magic.”
#Hokies DC Bud Foster on night games at Lane Stadium: Tells his players atmosphere will be "magical." "You're the ones who create the magic"
— Mike Barber (@RTD_MikeBarber) October 24, 2017
The signature part of the game day experience at Lane Stadium is when Metallica’s Enter Sandman blasts on the loud speaks while the Hokies take the field. A national audience received a little taste of that experience when ESPN aired the pregame ritual before Virginia Tech hosted Clemson back in September.
— David Grooms Photo (@DGroomsPhoto) October 2, 2017
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