9:00 p.m. • ESPN2
Please bring new or gently used toys to donate to the Montgomery County Christmas Store. Toy drop off locations will be on the Cassell concourse. ×
7:00 p.m. • Big Ten Network
THRU SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2
Las Vegas, Nev.
2:00 p.m. • SEC Network Plus
2:00 p.m. • HokieVision LIVE
Fans can purchase the Coca-Cola Family 4Pack, which include 4 tickets, 4 hotdogs and 4 sodas for the game. Fans are also encouraged to bring a new or gently used toy for donation to the Montgomery Co. Christmas Store to benefit a local child. Also, the HokieBird will be available for holiday photos on the concourse from 1:15 - 2:15PM. Finally, the first 300 season ticket holders will receive a Virginia Tech holiday ornament. ×
Tech shuts out Virginia to win Commonwealth Clash
Using a third-quarter touchdown pass from Josh Jackson and a dominating performance from its defense, the No. 24 Virginia Tech football team knocked off Virginia 10-0 in the latest Commonwealth Clash game played Friday night at Scott Stadium in Charlottesville. With the win, the Hokies beat their rivals for the 14th consecutive time to retain the Commonwealth Cup. Tech moved to 9-3 overall on the season, 5-3 in the ACC, while Virginia fell to 6-6, 3-5. Virginia Tech’s defense recorded its third shutout of the season and shut out the Cavaliers for the third time in this 14-game winning streak. The Hokies held the Cavaliers to just 191 yards and sacked UVA quarterback Kurt Benkert four times. Leading 3-0, Tech all but sealed this one when Reggie Floyd forced a fumble that Houshun Gaines recovered, and that led to Jackson’s 8-yard touchdown pass to Chris Cunningham. Tech finished with 345 yards of offense. Jackson completed 14 of 21 for 143 yards, with the touchdown and an interception, and both Steven Peoples and Deshawn McClease each rushed for 71 yards. The Hokies concluded their regular season and now await their bowl destination, which they should find out about next Sunday.