Virginia Tech football got its first big game of the season on Friday, as the Hokies will face Virginia Tech in the ACC title game.
This is the second time this year Virginia Tech has been a part of the ACC Championship game, the first being in 2017.
Virginia Tech, which had to travel to Orlando for the game, is playing in front of its own fans, but also the national fanbase.
The Hokies were the most hyped team to ever play in the game and are a national title contender.
The two teams will be playing at 7:30 p.m.
Eastern time on Saturday.
The game is expected to be televised on ESPN and ESPN2.
Virginia Tech has won its first two ACC Championship games, the last coming in 2016 when the Hokie defense held the Cavaliers to one field goal.
Virginia has lost three consecutive games in the series, but was able to pull out a victory in 2017 to advance to the ACC championship game.
Virginia was the second-ranked team in the nation at the time, and the Hokiest were the No. 2 seed in the tournament.
This year, the Hokily are expected to have a lot more success, and are on a path to the top spot in the conference.
Virginia, which lost the ACC regular season title game to Clemson, is coming off a win over Duke, and they will be looking to win a fourth ACC championship in a row.
The Cavaliers, who defeated Virginia Tech last season in the Orange Bowl, have been looking for a big win in a big stadium.
Virginia’s defense has been playing great the last two weeks, and it will be interesting to see if the Hokiness can put up a good defense in front with their star quarterback, DeShaun Watson, who was the MVP of last year’s national championship game against Clemson.