NASCAR great Ward Burton, son in Washington D.C. for inauguration

Hundreds of thousands are expected to be in Washington D.C. on Friday to watch the swearing of Donald Trump. In that crowd will be Daytona 500 winner and NASCAR star Ward Burton.

John Dawson gave the Flames (11-9, 6-1 Big South Conference) the lead for good with a pair of free throws at 62-60.

Tickets are just $1 and the goal is to raise $1,000 dollars for muscular dystrophy.

The Hokies face a big weekend at home, squaring off against Pittsburgh Friday night before hosting rival Virginia on Sunday afternoon.

The proposed 65,000-seat domed stadium is expected to cost $1.9 billion

Allen's layup lifts Virginia Tech past Yellow Jackets, 62-61

No. 16 Virginia beats Boston College 71-54

Highlights: Radford University women vs. High Point

Clemson QB Watson turns down Senior Bowl invite

Frank Beamer among 3 new college football playoff selection committee members

UVA senior forward Jeff Jones declared academically ineligible

No. 17 Virginia Tech women rally for 12th straight home win

Redskins interview Rob Ryan to be defensive coordinator

Liberty uses free throws to beat Radford in overtime

UConn women win 91st straight to break their own NCAA record

Vasturia leads No. 20 Notre Dame past Virginia Tech, 76-71

Troy, Baldwin combine for 40 as UNCG beats VMI 91-82

Perrantes' 25 lead No. 19 Virginia to 77-73 victory

Roanoke Rail Yard Dawgs face Mississippi River Kings for first ever game, win

Last-second shot block preserves VMI's 1st SoCon win, 79-78

Chargers announce they're moving to Los Angeles

No. 14 Miami women hand No. 15 Virginia Tech first loss

Born with 1 arm, high school senior shoots hoops successfully

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