2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
6-1, 3rd in ACC - Coastal
VA Tech makes easy work of UNC (0:38)
VT VS UNC (0:08)
Who had the better pick-six? (1:12)
Jackson tosses 2nd TD of game (0:18)
VT extends lead with pick-six (0:44)
VT strikes first on scoop and score TD (0:24)
Stroman breaks free for 91 yard TD (0:41)
Campuses prep for Week 8's biggest games (1:27)

Paul Carcaterra ESPN Reporter 

Virginia Tech's Terrell Edmunds talks about his endurance, wearing Frank Beamer's number, style, and playing with his younger brother with ESPN's Paul Carcaterra.


Paul Carcaterra ESPN Reporter 

Virginia Tech could have the greatest entrance in college sports. ESPN's Paul Carcaterra takes you there!

ESPN Stats and Information

Hokies big FPI favorites against UNC

Virginia Tech coach Justin Fuente has 15 wins in his first two seasons, the most since B.C. Cubbage in the 1921-22 season. North Carolina has to win out to gain bowl eligibility, with FPI giving the Tar Heels a 0.1 percent chance of doing so starting Saturday (3:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2/ESPN App).

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X factor for Virginia Tech down the stretch: Travon McMillian

For the Hokies to contend in the ACC Coastal Division, they'll need consistency from their running backs. McMillian had a season-high 17 carries against Boston College and could be in line for even more down the stretch.

Andrea Adelson ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech coach Justin Fuente on the Coastal Division: "I don't think there's a nickel's worth of difference right now. It's going to be a tough, hard grind for anyone to make it all the way through. It's going to be hard and could go about 1,000 different ways."

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

After Clemson lost and Miami won this weekend, the Hurricanes are the favorites to win the ACC.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Fuente said WR Cam Phillips could practice today. "We'll see how he feels and see how it goes." Phillips left last week's game with a leg injury.

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Justin Fuente said WR Sean Savoy is home with family after his brother was killed last weekend. "We'll get a plan together with what Sean wants to do in terms of returning. Sean really wants to be back with his teammates and he will be when he takes care of his responsibilities at home."

David M. Hale ESPN Staff Writer 

Virginia Tech coach Justin Fuente offered thanks for the support the program has gotten for WR Sean Savoy, whose brother was shot and killed in Washington DC this week. "It's really been a fantastic example of people understanding that football is only a part of these kids' lives. ... We're here to support Sean as he goes through this."

Team Stats

Passing Yards288.3Tied-26th
Rushing Yards178.755th
Points For33.342nd
Points Against13.77th