9:00 p.m. • ACC Network
The first 300 season ticket holders at the game receive a voucher for free hot chocolate. Vouchers can be claimed at the promotions booth (section 1). The Tech spirit squads will perform some of their Nationals routines during the break in play. ×
Ft. Lauderdale, Fla.
Noon • ACC Network
The first 500 season ticket holders receive a Virginia Tech orange and maroon beanie hat (knit cap). Claim at the promotions booth near section 1. ×
2:00 p.m. • ACCN Extra
Missed opportunities, turnovers cost Hokies in bowl loss to Oklahoma State
Virginia Tech amassed more than 500 yards of offense, including 248 rushing, and held the ball for more than 38 minutes, but the Hokies had two costly turnovers and a couple of other missed opportunities that added up to a 30-21 defeat at the hands of Oklahoma State in the Camping World Bowl on Dec. 28 in Orlando, Florida. Tech closed the season with a 9-4 record and saw its three-game bowl winning streak snapped. The Hokies pulled to within 27-21 after a 5-yard touchdown run by Josh Jackson with 5:40 remaining, but the Cowboys made a critical third-down conversion on the ensuing drive, and that led to a short field goal with 2:34 left that accounted for the final margin. Jackson rushed for two touchdowns and threw for 248 yards and a score, while tailback Deshawn McClease rushed for a career-high 124 yards. Mason Rudolph paced the Cowboys with 351 yards passing and two touchdowns. The game concluded the Hokies’ 2017 season, and now Tech looks ahead to March’s spring practice, with potentially 15 starters returning.