North Carolina opens its football season on the road against division rival Virginia Tech in prime time Friday night.
The No. 10 Tarheels defeated the Hokies, 56-45, in their last matchup, and finished the 2020 season with an 8-4 record. Virginia Tech, however, finished with a losing record (5-6) for the second time in the past three years.
Here’s how to follow along with all the action:
- When: Friday, Sept. 3 | Time: 6 p.m. ET
- Where: Lane Stadium in Blacksburg, Virginia
- TV: ESPN
- Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
It’s Friday night football in the ACC as North Carolina takes on Virginia Tech. The No. 10-positioned Tar Heels coming into the 2021 season with elevated standards and a blue-chip quarterback as Sam Howell, who is relied upon to be one of the top picks of the 2022 NFL Draft. Friday’s season opener will allow fans the primary opportunity to see whether Howell can satisfy his charging as one of football’s next extraordinary passers. The Hokies, then again, have fall rearward of the pack in the ACC. VT was blanked in the AP rankings and just got casts a ballot in the current year’s mentors survey.
Where can I watch North Carolina vs. Virginia Tech Football 2021?
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How can I watch the UNC vs Virginia Tech Game online via live stream?
The game (7 p.m. ET start time) isn’t on TV anywhere, but anyone in the US can watch UNC vs Virginia Tech live on ESPN.
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Milton. The former UCF quarterback led the Knights to two unbeaten seasons and a 27-6 record before a gruesome knee injury sidelined him for two seasons. He’s declared himself healed after dislocating his right knee and suffering ligament, nerve and artery damage, making him likely the most important of 14 transfers coach Mike Norvell brought in to revive the program.