Ike Whitaker's career at Virginia Tech, which began with high expectations before taking several turbulent turns, appears to be finished.
Whitaker, whom Coach Frank Beamer suspended indefinitely last week, said that his suspension is "unfair" and that he has "been lied to" by the Hokies' coaching staff. Whitaker's suspension was announced Thursday by the team in a news release that said he violated team policies. Later Thursday night, Whitaker was arrested for public intoxication outside a popular Blacksburg bar.
Whitaker, a Germantown native and the 2004 All-Met Offensive Player of the Year at quarterback, said he missed a 7 a.m. receivers meeting Wednesday, a transgression he said typically carries a punishment of extra running…
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