The season-ending injuries continue to add up for Virginia Tech.
The school announced Thursday that junior whip outside linebacker Jeron Gouveia-Winslow is done for the year after suffering a Lisfranc (mid-foot) sprain in his left foot during last Saturday’s win over Miami.
The second-year starter will undergo surgery next week. His injury was confirmed Thursday with an MRI. He has already redshirted – and even if he hadn’t, too much of the season has passed for him to get a medical hardship waiver – so he will be a senior next season.
Junior Alonzo Tweedy (Hermitage High) will replace him and start for the first time in Saturday’s game at Wake Forest. Tweedy played 46 snaps against Miami after