Edmunds brothers sponsoring 50 Danville foster children to go see Hokies play
BLACKSBURG, Va. (WSET) -- Virginia Tech is trying to shake off the loss to Georgia Tech on Thursday and look forward to their match-up against Boston College, which is also their homecoming night.
According to Tech Side Line, the Hokies hold an 18-8 record against the Eagles.
In two wins vs. BC under head coach Justin Fuente, the Hokies have outscored the Eagles by a 72-10 margin, according to Virginia Tech.
Three Virginia Tech alums are hoping for a great game.
VT said that Trey, Terrell and Tremaine Edmunds are going to sponsor 50 foster children from Danville, their home town, to allow them to bus to Blacksburg and attend the game against Boston College.
Trey Edmunds has been added to the practice squad for the Pittsburgh Steelers, where Terrell is already playing.
Tremaine was drafted to the Buffalo Bills.
Terrell and Tremaine made history at this year's draft as the first time two brothers were drafted in the first round.
Trey spent three seasons at Virginia Tech, like his brothers, before playing his final season at Maryland.
They are the first three brothers to be in the NFL together and the Danville community, including their parents and family, have been rooting them on their entire career, even honoring them with a key to the city and a proclomation in Pittsylvania County.