The Virginia Tech Hokies are from The Virginia Polytechnic Institute and University. The Hokies are members of the Atlantic Coast Conference. They have more wins in their team history than any other football team in the ACC. The games at home are held at Lane Stadium, which can hold over 65,000 fans. It has been called the most exciting entrance in college football. Hokies Football
The 2012 Virginia Tech Hokie football schedule isn’t fully realized at this point. Currently, the schedule includes in-conference home games against the Duke Blue Devils, the Florida State Seminoles, the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets and the Virginia Cavaliers. In-conference away games are the Boston College Eagles, the Clemson Tigers, the Miami Hurricanes and the North Carolina Tar Heels. The non-conference games on this year’s schedule are The Pittsburgh Panthers on 9/15/12, The Bowling Green Falcons on 9/22/11, and The Cincinnati Bearcats on 9/29/12. Virginia Tech Hokie Football Schedule
Hokie Information Virginia Tech's sports teams are known as the "Hokies". The word "hokie" came from the "Old Hokie" spirit yell created in 1896 by O.M. Stull for a contest to find a new school spirit yell when the college's name was changed. "Hokie" (in its various forms) has been around at least since 1842. “Hokie” was a word that people would say to express great feeling, approval, excitement, and surprise. “Hokie” then, synonymous with words like 'hooray,' or 'yeah,' or 'rah.’ The mascot is the Hokie Bird, a turkey-like creature. The teams were originally called the "Fighting Gobblers," and the turkey motif was kept even after the name change.
OpponentResult Appalachian State Mountaineers Won 66-13 East Carolina Pirates Won 17-10 Arkansas State Red Wolves Won 26-7 Marshall Thundering Herd Won 30-10 Clemson Tigers Lost 23-3 Miami (FL) Hurricanes Won 38-35 Wake Forest Demon Deacons Won 38-17 Boston College Eagles Won 30-14 Duke Blue Devils Won 14-10 Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets Won 37-26 North Carolina Tar Heels Won 24-21 Virginia Cavaliers Won 38-0 2011 Dr. Pepper ACC Championship Game Clemson Tigers Lost 38-10 2012 Allstate Sugar Bowl Michigan Wolverines Lost 23-20 Other top football teams of interest: Find your USC football tickets today! See UK tickets here! Virginia Tech Hokies 2011 Record