2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
8-3, 2nd in ACC - Coastal
Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports
14h

Miami moves up to No. 2 in latest CFP rankings

Despite rolling to a victory, Clemson fell to No. 3 in this week's CFP rankings, switching spots with No. 2 Miami. Oklahoma remains at No. 4, while top-ranked Alabama readies for the Iron Bowl against No. 6 Auburn.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Fuente on VT's young WRs: "It's been a slow process. We're still trying to gain some consistency. Eric [Kumah] has been more consistent for us. Sean [Savoy] is still just a true freshman and has some of those true freshman moments out there. Sean's done a good job at times. Eric has made huge strides to become a very reliable player out there. Phil Patterson is a guy that last week contributed, had a good week of practice. I'm encouraged by his development."

4d

Late goal-line stand lifts Virginia Tech past Pitt 20-14

Cam Phillips had 117 yards receiving and scored the game-winning touchdown, and Virginia Tech's defense kept Pittsburgh out of the end zone on the final play to lift the Hokies to a 20-14 victory over the Panthers on Saturday.

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Virginia Tech's defense stops Pittsburgh at goal line for win (1:07)
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Trick play leads to Panthers TD (0:35)
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Panthers' Maddox picks off Hokies (0:33)
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Pittsburgh's Araujo-Lopes ties up game with TD (0:32)
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Hokies QB fakes a hand off for TD (0:26)

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Fuente says losing Terrell Edmunds not only hurts the secondary but special teams units as well because of his ability to cover. "Those are big shoes to fill," Fuente said.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech safety Terrell Edmunds will miss the rest of the season after undergoing shoulder surgery. His presence will most definitely be felt across the entire defense as the Hokies prepare to rebound after two straight losses.

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Georgia Tech uses deep ball to stun Virginia Tech (1:00)
11d

Marshall's 2 long TDs lead GTech past No. 17 VTech 28-22

TaQuon Marshall got two long TD passes out of his only completions, including an 80-yarder to Ricky Jeune, and Ajani Kerr swatted away a fourth-pass in the end zone to preserve Georgia Tech's 28-22 upset of No. 17 Virginia Tech.

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Georgia Tech stops Virginia Tech on 4th down for the win (0:52)
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Marshall finds Jeune for 80-yard Georgia Tech TD (0:52)
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Stroman's huge pick-six puts Virginia Tech ahead (0:40)
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Holston closes gap for Virginia Tech (0:34)
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Two Georgia Tech defenders can't make easy interception (0:33)
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Stewart wide open for a huge Georgia Tech TD (0:48)
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Savoy rushes for Virginia Tech's first TD of the game (0:51)
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Marshall's TD run puts Georgia Tech ahead (0:30)
ESPN Stats & Info

FPI gives Hokies edge in Atlanta

Following last year's win in Blacksburg, Georgia Tech is looking to defeat Virginia Tech in consecutive meetings for the first time in series history (met 14 times, all since 1990). The Hokies have won three straight and five of their last six road games against the Yellow Jackets.

Team Stats

Passing Yards245.552nd
Rushing Yards164.0Tied-65th
Points For30.552nd
Points Against14.76th