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One place where Vick will forever be revered is Blacksburg.
While he was only at Virginia Tech for a short time, his impact was long lasting. As a freshman in 1999, Vick led the Hokies to an undefeated regular season and a trip to the Sugar Bowl to play for the BCS National Championship against Florida State.
Vick left Tech after his sophomore season en route to being the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft and he helped continue the Hokies' run of success that has continued into this decade. In fact, part of the Tech athletic facility has a hall in his name.
So it would be only fitting that after his pro football career, he would go back to the place that put him on the national scene. Frank Beamer would certainly welcome Vick back as adviser or coach.
He could also be used as an assistant with recruiting in the Tidewater region, an area of the Commonwealth in which the Hokies have picked up many star players—including Vick.