Thursday, September 23, 2004
Fans can pose with Heisman at Tech
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Would you like a photo of yourself with the Heisman Trophy? You can do that Saturday, when the actual award that will be presented in December will be at Virginia Tech.
The award is coming to Tech as part of a seasonlong tour. The Heisman exhibit will open at 9 a.m. Saturday and will remain open throughout Saturday's North Carolina State-Virginia Tech game. The exhibit will be in a grassy area at the corner of Spring Road and Washington Street - across from the north end of Cassell Coliseum, between Pritchard Hall and Ambler Johnston Hall.
There is no charge for posing with the Heisman, but fans must bring their own cameras if they want to take home a photo of themselves with the trophy. The exhibit's photographer will be there to take digital photos of fans with the trophy, but his pictures will only be seen online at VoteHeisman.com all season.
At the exhibit, fans can vote for the Heisman at VoteHeisman.com. The nationwide fans' vote will count as one vote in the Heisman balloting.