Georgia Tech-Virginia: TV, online, Wireless Advice

Georgia Tech finishes the street part of its program for this trip to Virginia, in which Tech has won four times at 17 excursions all-time. In addition to this, the Cavaliers are unbeaten (4-0) at home this year. 

Virginia, which leads the ACC Coastal Division with a half-game over Pittsburgh and also a match within North Carolina and Miami, won its first four matches. Then came a few trouble. The Cavaliers subsequently lost back-to-back matches from Notre Dame (35-20) and Miami (17-9), but have won two of the previous few matches, using a 28-21 reduction at Louisville.

Tech and Virginia have four played with common opponents thus far this year. Pitt, North Carolina and Duke lost to Virginia and conquered Tech. Miami lost to Tech and conquered Virginia. 

Tech defeated Virginia 30-27 in last year in Bobby Dodd Stadium and clings into a small edge in the collection. The Yellow Jackets lead 21-19-1.

Virginia quarterback Bryce Perkins has passed 2,181 yards and leads the team in rushing yards, together with 387. He’s passed 12 touchdowns and rushed for seven days.

Here’s some important information regarding how to trace the activity Saturday:-LRB-*******)

Date:-LRB-***********) Saturday, Nov. 9

Timing:-LRB-***********) 12:-LRB-*********************************) p.m. ET

Location:-LRB-***********) Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, Va.

Records:-LRB-***********) Georgia Tech 2-6, 1-4 ACC; Virginia 6-3, 4-2

Video:-LRB-***********) Fox Sports South will televise the match. Tom Werme will manage play-by-play, together with James Bates since the analyst and Kelsey Wingert as the sideline reporter. 

Local radio:-LRB-***********) The match will be broadcast on the Georgia Tech IMG Sports Network, found in metro Atlanta on The Fan 680/93.7. Andy Demetra is managing play-by-play. Sean Bedford is the analyst, also Wiley Ballard is the sideline reporter.

Satellite radio:-LRB-***********) You are able to listen to Sirius XM Radio Channel 105/384.