Hokies prep for Pitt, UVA for Abilene Christian
Blacksburg, VA. – The Hokies have Pitt on deck, but it’s all pending the Covid situation. Pitt’s game with Georgia Tech was moved to December 12th as the team battles Covid issues. The Panthers paused football activities, but Hokies coach Justin Fuente says this ‘pending situation’ should not affect the teams preparation. Meanwhile Virginia has their lone departure from ACC play this weekend when they host FCS foe Abilene Christian. There weren’t many that could play or would play or had this date available to play," Bronco explained.
COVID-19 pushes Pitt's visit to Georgia Tech to Dec. 12
Georgia Tech players link arms before an NCAA college football game against Boston College as part of the Atlantic Coast Conference's first Unity Week, Saturday, Oct. 24, 2020, in Boston. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)Pittsburgh’s game at Georgia Tech was postponed Thursday after the Panthers were forced to pause team activities due to COVID-19 protocols. The conference has enjoyed relatively smooth sailing in recent weeks, though several high-profile players have been dealing with COVID-19, including Clemson star quarterback Trevor Lawrence. Pitt is still scheduled to host Virginia Tech in its home finale on Nov. 21 and travel to Clemson on Nov. 28. ___More AP college football: http://apnews.com/Collegefootball and http://www.twitter.com/AP_Top25