Complete info for Georgia Tech vs. Virginia Tech in Week 4.
Georgia Tech travels to Virginia Tech for each school's ACC opener. Georgia Tech improved to 3-0 with a 42-38 escape from Georgia Southern at home last week, while Virginia Tech fell to 2-1 when it was beaten at home by East Carolina 28-21. The Hokies have an 8-3 advantage in the all-time series between the teams, including a 17-10 win in Atlanta last season.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
Details for Saturday's game are below:
Kickoff: Noon ET
Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.
TV coverage: ESPN
Virginia Tech facts
Opponents are just 10-for-43 on third down against Virginia Tech this season.
The Hokies are 6-1 in their last seven games against Georgia Tech.
Virginia Tech is ranked second in the nation with an average of five sacks per game.
Michael Brewer set a school record against East Carolina with 56 pass attempts, breaking the old mark of 53 set by Don Strock in 1972 and tied by Sean Glennon in 2006.
Virginia Tech is 19-3 in home conference openers under head coach Frank Beamer.
Georgia Tech facts
Georgia Tech is the only unbeaten FBS program in Georgia after Georgia and Georgia Southern lost last weekend.
The Yellow Jackets have converted all four of their takeaways this season into touchdowns.
Quarterback Justin Thomas had 137 rushing yards and 188 passing yards against Georgia Southern, the first Georgia Tech quarterback to have a 100/100 game since Vad Lee in 2012.
The Yellow Jackets are second in the nation in third-down efficiency, converting 23-of-36 this season (63.9 percent). They trail just Auburn’s 67.9 percent mark (19-for-28).
Zach Laskey has not been tackled for a loss on any of his 44 carries this season. He has rushed for 236 yards.