How to watch Virginia Tech vs. Purdue.
Virginia Tech will start quarterback Brenden Motley for the second straight game after losing Michael Brewer to injury in their season-opening loss to Ohio State. The Hokies (1–1) will continue to rely upon starting wideouts Isaiah Ford and Cam Phillips, who have led the way with 228 yards and three scores across the team’s first two games. Motley has completed 61% of his passes this season.
Purdue is 1–1 and coming off a 38–14 win over Indiana State. Austin Appleby became the first quarterback in school history with at least three touchdowns of 50 or more yards since 1997. D.J. Knox and Markell Jones have combined for more than 300 yards across the first two games.
How to watch
Details for Saturday’s game are below.
Team schedules (all times ET)
Sept. 7: vs. Ohio State (L, 42–24)
Sept. 12: vs. Furman (W, 42–3)
Sept. 19: at Purdue, 3:30 p.m., ESPNU
Sept. 26: at East Carolina
Oct. 3: vs. Pittsburgh
Oct. 9: vs. N.C. State
Oct. 17: at Miami
Oct. 24: vs. Duke
Oct. 31: at Boston College
Nov. 12: at Georgia Tech
Nov. 21: vs. North Carolina
Nov. 28: at Virginia
Sept. 6: at Marshall (L, 41–31)
Sept. 12: vs. Indiana State (W, 38–14)
Sept. 19: vs. Virginia Tech, 3:30 p.m., ESPNU
Sept. 26: vs. Bowling Green, Noon
Oct. 3: at Michigan State, Noon
Oct. 10: vs. Minnesota
Oct. 17: at Wisconsin, Noon
Oct. 31: vs. Nebraska
Nov. 7: vs. Illinois, Noon
Nov. 14: at Northwestern
Nov. 21: at Iowa
Nov. 28: vs. Indiana