THE FLATS – Georgia Tech football’s Nov. 4 game at Virginia will kick off at 2 p.m. and be televised across the United States on The CW, the Atlantic Coast Conference and its television partners announced on Monday.
The CW is available in 98% of television households in the United States, including over-the-air coverage in all of the nation’s top 100 television markets. In Atlanta, it is available on Peachtree TV (Ch. 17). To find The CW in your area, enter your zip code at https://www.cwtv.com/thecw/stations/.
The Yellow Jackets made their ACC Football on The CW debut on Sept. 23 with a 30-16 ACC win at Wake Forest.
Georgia Tech and Virginia will meet for the 45th time in series history and the 41st time in the last 42 seasons (with the Covid-19 pandemic-affected 2020 season being the only time during that span that the two teams have not squared off). Virginia holds a narrow 22-21-1 edge in the all-time series, but the Yellow Jackets are just 4-14-1 at UVA.
Before Tech travels to Virginia, it closes a two-game homestand on Saturday versus No. 17 North Carolina. Kickoff is set for 8 p.m. and the game will be televised nationally on ACC Network. Tickets for the homecoming game against UNC are available and can be purchased by clicking HERE.
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