Virginia Military Institute looks to maintain its perfect start to the season as it hosts 3-1 East Tennessee State on Saturday.
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VMI is off to a 5-0 start and looks to add another win to its resume against Eastern Tennessee State on Saturday. VMI can clinch the Southern Conference football title with a victory — it’s first since 1977 and eighth overall in program history.
“The way I look at it, and I believe the team looks at it, is that every week is for the championship. I believe that in order to guarantee that you win the championship, you got to win every game in conference that you play. So each and every week this year to me, it’s been a conference championship game,” VMI coach Scott Wachenheim said. ”
The success comes after some lean years for VMI, winning just eight games from 2014-18 before a 5-7 campaign in 2019. Then the COVID-19 pandemic hit, although the program has managed to continue its upward trend.
“I don’t know if I ever thought they might make a change. I just understood that in this business, they had the opportunity to make a change,” Wachenheim said. “I’m just …read more