First card up is from Fleer Gamers Next, which is a really weird name for a set:
The back is similarly absurd. Every stat points out from the left side in sort of icicle form. Then the right side is fairly normal. But it is also noted that this card is the "extra" version under the number. So I'll have to grab the base version of this wildness somewhere down the line.
Speaking of crazy fronts, here's Shyrone Stith in the middle of a tornado:
This card is from 2000 Press Pass Paydirt, and it is also pretty absurd. At least the tornado word colors go with Virginia Tech's colors.
The back reminds me of a creepy funhouse, with the left and right side stretched Stiths and the normal one in the middle. I do like the writeup though - it is a little more specific than your typical card as to where Stith scored the bulk of his TD's in his senior season. Also it has the weird phrasing, "A Stith into the line gets you 6!" That's gotta be worth...something.
More insanity, only this one is pretty amazing:
It's the Masters parallel of Stith's Collector's Edge card, and wow does it pop. Love the shiny...
The back is similar to a lot of the Collector's Edge backs from that year, but the card is serial #'d. Kinda lazy for a company to only really change the fronts and not the backs...but I guess that's why they're out of business, right?
This next card is crazy hard to see:
It's the diamond auto from Sage Hit. Non-numbered, and it looks pretty great in person.
Here's a card that really shines in person, Stiths Prestige entry for 2000:
The back is simple, but great, and nicely recaps the 1999 Viginia Tech season IMHO.
I tend to dig subtle parallels, so this next one is pretty cool:
This Skybox card is similar to the one above in its parallel-ness:
It's the Star Rubies version, so the foil gets the ruby treatment on the front
Finally, we cap this post with Stith's SP Authentic entry for 2000:
Authentic is a bit classier than most of the cards in this post, and you can tell by the finer stock and the elevated bumps on the lower left and lower right sides of the card. It's also neatly numbered out of 1250 on the front.