College Football World Responds To News Of Wild Game Postponement

The Spun: What

BLACKSBURG, VA – NOVEMBER 17: A general view of an end zone pylon during the game between the Virginia Tech Hokies and North Carolina Tar Heels at Lane Stadium on November 17, 2011 in Blacksburg, Virginia. (Photo by Geoff Burke/Getty Images)

A college football game was postponed Friday night due to an elevator problem.


On Friday-evening, the game Virginia Tech vs. Old Dominion postponed as part of the Hokies coaching staff got stuck in an elevator during halftime.

The Hokies’ coaching press box was empty at the start of the second half.

Virginia Tech’s coaching box was indeed empty at the start of the second half.

You must like college football.

“Say what you will about the university’s product, but you won’t get this in the competition,” wrote one fan.

“THIS LEAGUE!!!!” added a fan.

“College football… nothing beats,” added another fan.

“Crazy. Coaches need to be beside themselves,” one fan added on social media.

The game was Friday night at Old Dominion.

Virginia Tech is behind Old Dominion, 10-7, in the bottom half of Friday night’s game.

Hopefully the rest of week 1 slate will not contain any more lift issues.

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