Virginia Tech’s game on November 9 against Miami is scheduled for a 7pm kickoff, and it will be televised by ESPN.
Miami suffered a 41-14 defeat at the hands of FSU on Saturday night, their first loss of the season. All-ACC tailback Duke Johnson was lost for the season with a broken ankle in that game. The ‘Canes are now 7-1 overall, with a 3-1 ACC record. Tech is 6-3, and 3-2 in the ACC.
The ACC Coastal Division race looks like this…
Miami: 7-1, 3-1
GT: 6-3, 5-2
VT: 6-3, 3-2
Duke: 6-2, 2-2
Despite their 5-2 record in the ACC, Georgia Tech has lost head-to-head matchups against Miami and Virginia Tech. Duke holds the head-to-head tiebreaker over the Hokies, but lost head-to-head against Georgia Tech. The Blue Devils will host Miami on November 16. Georgia Tech has one ACC game remaining at Clemson.
The Coastal Division is still wide open, though Miami and Virginia Tech still likely hold the edge. The league could be decided by next weekend’s game.