Virginia Tech Hokies Football Road Schedule
The Virginia Tech Hokies football team is ready to take to the field
for another season of thrilling football as they travel the country to take on some of the best teams on the college football
landscape. The Hokies have a storied program that is always flush with top talent, making for a team that competes for the
top spot in the standings on an annual basis. The Hokies play in the Atlantic Coast Conference, and the road to the top is
never an easy one. The Hokies are coming off a 2013 season in which they were solid, but there is most definitely room for
improvement. If the Hokies can win some of their toughest road games in 2014, it could spell a banner season for this team.
Hokies have a huge game on September 6th when they travel to Columbus, OH to take on the Ohio State Buckeyes on their home
turf. The Buckeyes have one of the top programs in the entire nation, and they're often competing for the National Championship.
Led by famed head coach Urban Meyer, the Buckeyes will likely be one of the best squads in the country in 2014, and taking
them down in Columbus certainly is a tall task. However, there is no better way for a team to build some serious confidence
than to take down such a team early in the season. A victory against Ohio State would be huge for the Hokies, and some Virginia
Tech fans are surely ready to make the trip for this one.
The Hokies will play their final road game of the season on
November 22nd when they head out to play the Wake Forest Demon Deacons in Winston-Salem, NC. The Demon Deacons are a conference
foe of the Hokies', and this matchup should make for some great action on the field. Virginia Tech would love to finish their
road schedule out with a victory against an ACC opponent, and their fans are sure to balance out the crowd a bit at BB&T
Field. The Hokies will head out to a number of other venues to take on top teams, so make sure to peruse the full schedule.
Virginia Tech Hokies Football History
The Virginia Tech Hokies football program has a rich history that reaches
back more than a century, and there have been countless great games over that time span. Some of their most memorable games
have been the Hokies' bowl appearances in games like the Chick-fil-A Bowl, Gator Bowl, Sugar Bowl, Music City Bowl and others.
The ACC is always loaded with great matchups, making right now a good time to start making your plans to see the Hokies in
action if you want to sit in the best seats at the best games. With 10 conference titles and eight consensus All-Americans,
not to mention more than 700 regular season wins on the D-1 level, this is a team has been around the block a time or two
since being founded in 1892, and each season brings plenty of optimism for the fans around Blacksburg.
Seeing a college football game in person is about as good as it gets in sports. The fans go nuts for their
teams when they're in the stadium, and that makes for an incredible atmosphere for all the biggest games. If you've never
been out to see a program as esteemed as that of the Virginia Tech Hokies, then this is the season to change that. See what
it's all about when you head out to a road game this season.
Virginia Tech Hokies Football Trivia
you know that Michal Vick was the Big East Rookie of the Year in 1999?
It didn't exactly take Michael Vick very long
to start dominating when he got to the college level. In 1999, with the Hokies still playing in the Big East, Vick was nothing
shy of sensational, winning the Big East Rookie of the Year and also being selected as the Big East Offensive Player of the
Year. Vick would continue his success after year one with the Hokies and would end up the number one pick of the NFL draft
when he was selected by the Atlanta Falcons in 2002.
Virginia Tech Hokies Football Fans
The Virginia Tech
Hokies football team certainly knows how to put on a show at home at Lane Stadium, but they're just as fun to watch when they
hit the road. The Hokies will be traveling up and down the eastern seaboard this season to take on programs like Duke, Wake
Forest, Pittsburgh and many others. All you have to do is take one look at the schedule and you know you'll see plenty of
big matchups, both home and on the road, and you count on there being plenty of Hokie maroon and orange wherever they go.