Both Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech are playing some of their best football this season and are both looking for a big win on Saturday afternoon.
Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech on Saturday afternoon will meet up for the 17th time as Georgia Tech looks to come within a game of the Hokies in the series all-time (Virginia Tech leads 9-7).
The Jackets over recent time have dominated the series, winning four of the last five. Last season, the Jackets traveled to Blacksburg and dominated en route to a 49-28 victory. The 21-point margin of victory was the biggest for Georgia Tech in series history.
What happened last week:
Georgia Tech: Last week, the Yellow Jackets played valiantly against the Virginia Cavaliers but weren’t able to pull out a victory, losing 33-28. The Jackets got their best effort to date out of quarterback James Graham who completed 15-of-22 passing attempts for 229-yards and two touchdowns.
Virginia Tech: After a heartbreaking loss to the Notre Dame Fighting Irish the week before, the Hokies came back and took down a top-25 ranked Wake Forest team with rather ease, winning 36-17.
Georgia Tech fans can watch Saturday’s game on the ACC Network, where Tech fans have been able to find the Jackets most of this season. Fans can stream the game via watch ESPN if they have the ACC Network through their cable or satellite subscription.
Be sure to chime into Georgia Tech’s radio call if you’re unable to attend or watch. IMG Sports Network will hosting the Yellow Jackets on 93.7 FM or 680 AM radio channels. The live radio broadcast will also be available on the Georgia Tech Gameday app, which is accessible through mobile devices.
Kickoff on Saturday afternoon for The Battle of The Techs is scheduled for 3:30 pm from Bobby Dodd Stadium in Bobby Dodd Stadium. Temperatures tomorrow at Bobby Dodd around the time of kickoff will be in the high 50s with low wind speeds and a very low chance of precipitation.