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Virginia Tech vs. West Virginia: Live Stream, TV Channel and Start Time | 09/22/2022 – How to watch and stream major league and collegiate sports

09/10/2022;  Blacksburg, VA, USA;  Virginia Tech Hokies running back Chance Black (28) runs the ball as Boston College Eagles linebacker Kam Arnold (5) closes in while Hokies offensive lineman Jesse Hanson (72) creates a hole and offensive lineman Silas Dzansi (right) Eagles linebacker Vinny defeats DePalma (42) in the second quarter at Lane Stadium.  Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

09/10/2022; Blacksburg, VA, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies running back Chance Black (28) runs the ball as Boston College Eagles linebacker Kam Arnold (5) closes in while Hokies offensive lineman Jesse Hanson (72) creates a hole and offensive lineman Silas Dzansi (right) Eagles linebacker Vinny defeats DePalma (42) in the second quarter at Lane Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Reinhold Matay-USA TODAY Sports

The West Virginia Mountaineers (1-2) and Virginia Tech Hokies (2-1) will clash on Thursday, September 22, 2022 at Lane Stadium. We’ve got more details below, and that includes how to watch this matchup on FuboTV.

Here’s how to watch Virginia Tech vs. West Virginia

  • Gameday: Thursday, 09/22/2022
  • playing time: 7:30 p.m. ET
  • TV: ESPN
  • Stadion: Lane Stadium
  • Live stream on fuboTV:Start with a free trial!

Betting info for West Virginia vs. Virginia Tech

West Virginia vs Virginia Tech Betting Info

favourite Spread In total

West Virginia

-2.5

50.5

West Virginia and Virginia Tech Statistics

  • West Virginia is averaging 33.7 more points per game (46.0) this season than Virginia Tech is allowing (12.3).
  • West Virginia has committed one more turnover this season (4) than Virginia Tech’s defense has forced (3).
  • West Virginia has averaged 33.3 points per game, 9.6 more than Virginia Tech’s 23.7.
  • Virginia Tech has turned the ball five times this year, while West Virginia has two takeaways.

Featured players from West Virginia

  • JT Daniels has thrown for 743 yards (247.7 ypg) to lead West Virginia, has completed 65% of his passes and has six touchdown passes and two interceptions this season.
  • CJ Donaldson’s team-high 274 rushing yards (91.3 per game) came on 29 carries, with six touchdowns this year.
  • This season, Tony Mathis has rushed for 234 yards (78.0 per game) on 49 attempts with two touchdowns.
  • Bryce Ford-Wheaton’s 296 receiving yards (98.7 yards per game) accelerate all receivers on the team. He has a total of 24 receptions and four touchdowns.
  • Sam James has rushed for 194 yards (64.7 yards per game) on one touchdown and 11 passes this season.
  • Kaden Prather has 14 grabs for 151 yards (50.3 ypg) and one touchdown this season.

Virginia Tech players to watch

  • Grant Wells leads Virginia Tech with 647 passing yards (215.7 ypg) in 63 of 96 passing with four touchdowns versus four interceptions this season. He also adds 66 rushing yards (22.0 ypg) on ​​20 carries while scoring a touchdown on the ground.
  • The team’s top rusher, Keshawn King, has carried the ball 23 times for 175 yards (58.3 per game), on one touchdown this year.
  • This season, Jalen Holston has rushed for 126 yards (42.0 per game) on 41 tries with two touchdowns.
  • Kaleb Smith’s team-leading 131 receiving yards (43.7 yards per game) has completed eight receivings with a touchdown.
  • Nick Gallo has 102 receiving yards (34.0 yards per game) and 13 passes this year.
  • Stephen Gosnell’s six catches totaled 97 yards (32.3 ypg).

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