2021 Virginia Tech Football Schedule

2021 Virginia Tech Football Schedule, including dates, times, television information, and links to TechSideline.com’s coverage for each game.

Record: 3-3 (1-1 ACC)

Sep. 3 (Fri) WIN (H) VT 17, No. 10 UNC 10
Record: 1-0 (1-0 ACC)
TSL Coverage: Click here
6pm, ESPN
Condensed Game
Sep. 11 WIN (H) No. 19 VT 35, Middle Tennessee 14
Record: 2-0 (1-0 ACC)
TSL Coverage: Click here
2pm, ACCNX
Condensed Game
Sep. 18 Loss (A) WVU 27, No. 15 VT 21
Record: 2-1 (1-0 ACC)
TSL Coverage: Click here
Noon, FS1
Full Game
Sep. 25 WIN (H) VT 21, Richmond 10
Record: 3-1 (1-0 ACC)
TSL Coverage: Click here
Noon, ACC Network
Condensed Game
Oct. 9 Loss (H) No. 14 Notre Dame 32, VT 29
Record: 3-2 (1-0 ACC)
TSL Coverage: Click here
7:30pm, ACC Network
Condensed Game
Oct. 16 Loss (H) Pittsburgh 28, VT 7
Record: 3-3 (1-1 ACC)
TSL Coverage: Click here
3:30pm, ESPN2
Condensed Game
Oct. 23 SYRACUSE12:30pm, RSN
Oct. 30 @Georgia TechNoon, RSN
Nov. 5 (Fri) @Boston College7:30pm, ESPN2
Nov. 20 @MiamiTBD
Nov. 27 @VirginiaTBD
Dec. 4 ACC Champ. Gm.8:00pm, ABC

More Information About the 2021 Virginia Tech Football Schedule

We originally posted this schedule on February 4, 2021, based on the schedule posted on hokiesports.com, the official web site of Virginia Tech athletics. Game times and TV networks were not all available at the time of posting. We will update this schedule as more information becomes available. If you see a mistake in the schedule, please email us at the email address listed on our Contact Us page.

About TechSideline.com

TechSideline.com has covered Virginia Tech football since 1996. For past schedules and past coverage, please see our Past VT Football Seasons page.

TechSideline.com’s mission is simple: we provide news, coverage and commentary on Virginia Tech athletics. We are an independent publication, not affiliated with the university or its athletic programs. We provide a unique perspective that appeals to the large and growing fan base of Virginia Tech athletics. TechSideline.com operates as a fully-staffed, full-time business. TechSideline.com is not a “hobby” site or a “blog” — it’s a serious endeavor, dedicated to bringing great coverage and insight to our readers.

TechSideline was launched on March 12, 1996 by 1987 Tech graduate (BSEE) Will Stewart as a small, personal web page. In 1997, the site evolved into HokieCentral.com, and in August of 1999, joined the SportsWar network of college sports web sites. In November of 2000, the site changed names to TechSideline.com, or TSL.

Over the years, TSL grew into what you see before you: a full-time Virginia Tech sports web site, complete with news, game analysis, links, special features, and the ubiquitous message boards.

For more information about TechSideline.com, please see our About page. There you will find a listing of our staff and links to our social media accounts.