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The NCAA wanted to keep Virginia Tech a "neutral site" for their women's tournament games so they banned the school's traditional "Enter Sandman" entrance. However, when Virginia Tech played Chattanooga on Friday the Hokies Student Section sang it anyway...
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However, the NCAA wants to keep tournament environments as neutral as possible and has banned schools from playing traditional songs or anthems over the public-address system. But that didn’t stop Hokies fans, who took matters into their own hands by singing the heavy metal classic a cappella during Virginia Tech’s game against Chattanooga on Friday.
(Barstool Sports)
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Geaux Guy15 months
Nice.
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TerryDawg0315 months
Respect.
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BugaBadger15 months
I must say. Hokie fans are good
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JackaReaux15 months
Sick
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GatorPA8415 months
Riley can get it
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Mid Iowa Tiger15 months
I really dislike West Virginia with all my being. That said, enter sandman is damn cool.
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VoxDawg15 months
That's VATech, baw.
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BigPerm3015 months
He hates WV cause they’re smarter than him. He must really hate VT.
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Hangit15 months
This is just the NCAA passing rules where none are needed, to pretend they still have a big peen. NIL has neutered them.
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cajunmud15 months
That's one of those songs that I could probably sing the hook and have to lip sync the rest.
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