Two Virginia Tech walk-on football players were given community service for detonating a homemade device during a prank last month.
Reserve linebacker/special-teamer Joshua Trimble and scout-team quarterback Brian Rody, redshirt freshmen in 2012, were sentenced Thursday after a Montgomery County judge found them guilty of a reduced charge of destruction of property.
Media report they each were ordered to perform 100 hours of community service; a 30-day jail sentence was suspended.
Police said nobody was injured when the device went off near an Blacksburg apartment on Dec. 2. Trimble and Rody were suspended after their arrests. ...
Delaware retains York High graduate as assistant
York High graduate Brian Ginn was retained on Delaware’s staff under new coach Dave Brock.
Ginn, 35, has been affiliated with the Blue Hens for 19 years as a quarterback and assistant coach. For the last four years, he has been the wide-receivers coach and passing-game coordinator.