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Marshall, Virginia Tech & WVU Coaches Join Greenbrier Pro-Am

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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. (WVVA) -- The top college coaches across the Two Virginias will be in town for the Greenbrier Classic's Pro-Am tournament Wednesday. 


Marshall head football coach Doc Holliday, head basketball coach Dan D'Antoni, Virginia Tech head football coach Frank Beamer, head basketball coach Buzz Williams and West Virginia defensive coordinator Tony Gibson and men's basketball assistant Ron Everhart are all set to play in the tournament. 


Other celebrities in attendance will be comedian George Lopez and the stars of the show Duck Dynasty. 

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