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virginia tech football fans have a lot to be excited about this season. The team is ranked #19 in the nation and they have a new head coach, Justin Fuente. If you’re looking for ways to watch the Hokies this season, here are some options:
-ACC Network: The ACC Network is available on Comcast/XFINITY, DirecTV, Dish Network and most cable/satellite providers. You can also watch online at ESPN3.com or with the WatchESPN app (requires cable/satellite subscription).
-HokieSports.com: Virginia Tech’s official athletics website will stream all home games live (requires purchase of $9.95 streaming pass).
-Local TV: Most virginia tech games will be broadcast on local television in the Hampton Roads area on WAVY (NBC 10) or WVBT (FOX 43).
Virginia Tech Football Schedule
The virginia tech hokies football team will begin their 2019 season on August 31st against the Boston College Eagles. Here is the full schedule for the upcoming season:
August 31st – Boston College Eagles
September 7th – Old Dominion Monarchs
September 14th – at Duke Blue Devils
September 21st – Furman Paladins
October 5th – at Miami Hurricanes
October 12th – Notre Dame Fighting Irish
October 26th – at georgia tech yellow jackets
November 2nd – North Carolina State Wolfpack
November 9th – at Pittsburgh Panthers
November 16th – Virginia Cavaliers
November 23rd – at East Carolina Pirates
If you’re a Virginia Tech fan, you might be wondering where you can catch the team’s games on television this season. Here’s a look at the Hokies’ full TV schedule, so you can plan your viewing accordingly.
Sept. 3: vs. Florida State (8 p.m., ESPN)
Sept. 7: vs. William & Mary (6 p.m., ACC Network Extra)
Sept. 14: vs. East Carolina (12 p.m.,ACC Network)
Sept. 21: at Duke (7 p.m., ESPNU)
Oct. 5: vs. Notre Dame (8 p.m., ABC)
Oct. 12: at Miami (8 p.m., ABC)
Oct, 26: vs georgia tech (12 p.m., Raycom Sports/ACC Network)
Nov, 2: at Pittsburgh (12 p.m., Raycom Sports/ACC Network)
Nov, 9: vs, Boston College (12 p.m.,Raycom Sports/ACC Network)
Nov, 16: at Virginia (TBA)
Virginia Tech Football can be heard across the Commonwealth of Virginia on the Virginia Tech Sports Network. Michael Welsh calls the play-by-play, while Bill Roth provides analysis.
The flagship station of the Virginia Tech Sports Network is WTGM 96.1 FM in Hampton Roads. The network also includes WBRW 105.3 FM in Blacksburg, WWVA 1170 AM/106.3 FM in Roanoke/Lynchburg, WARV 1590 AM in Richmond, WBRG 1050 AM/104.5 FM in Lynchburg/Roanoke and WINA 1070 AM in Charlottesville. Select games can also be heard on SiriusXM satellite radio (channel 191).
Additionally, all Hokies home football games are carried live on www.hokiesportsradio.com as part of the TuneIn app.
Online and Mobile Options
Virginia Tech fans can watch their favorite team play this season by tuning in to one of the many online and mobile options available. The official Virginia Tech website offers live streaming of all home games, as well as highlights and other video content. Fans can also download the official Virginia Tech app for iOS or Android to access live game coverage, scores, and statistics. For those who prefer to listen to audio coverage of the games, WTJZ 1260 AM will be broadcasting all Virginia Tech football games this season.
Thanks for reading our guide on where to watch Virginia Tech football this season. We hope you find the perfect place to cheer on the Hokies!