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 Gouveia-Winslow got hurt during a
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