Thursday night football is back in Blacksburg.
At 7:30 PM on Thursday, September 22, Virginia Tech will host out-of-conference rival West Virginia for the Black Diamond Trophy inside Lane Stadium on the Virginia Tech campus. The contest will be televised on ESPN.
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Virginia Tech enters the contest 2-1 following back-to-back victories over Boston College and Wofford while West Virginia suffered two early losses to Pittsburgh and Kansas before defeating Towson at home last weekend.
Follow along for score updates from the press box as Virginia Tech hosts West Virginia.
– Running back Keshawn King, who missed Saturday’s game against Wofford, is currently on the field and going through warmups.
– Defensive end Tyjuan Garbutt, who also missed Saturday’s game against Wofford, is currently on the field and going through warmups.
– Kaleb Smith, who was injured during the contest against Wofford, is currently going through warmups.
– Defensive tackle Josh Fuga is going through pre-game warmups after missing Saturday’s game vs. Wofford.
– Freshman offensive lineman Braelin Moore will wear No. 98 tonight, as announced in the press box.
– West Virginia to receive the opening kickoff.
– Keshawn King starts at running back.
– 23-yard field goal by Casey Legg is good. – West Virginia leads 3-0.
– 14:52 – Grant Wells pass complete to Kaleb Smith for 28-yard touchdown. The extra point is good. Virginia Tech leads 7-3.
– 11:27 – Jalen Stroman forces a West Virginia fumble. Dorian Strong recovers on the Virginia Tech 35-yard line.
– 1:56 – 35-yard field goal attempt by Casey Legg is good. Virginia Tech leads 7-6.
– 0:11 – 24-yard touchdown pass from JT Daniels to Sam James. West Virginia leads 13-7.
– 7:04 – 25-yard field goal attempt by Casey Legg is good. West Virginia leads 16-7.
– 4:19 – 44-yard field goal attempt by Will Ross is good. West Virginia leads 16-10.
– 14:13 – 6-yard touchdown run by Justin Johnson. West Virginia leads 23-10.
– 10:16 – 38-yard field goal attempt by Casey Legg is good. West Virginia leads. 26-10.
– 9:36 – Grant Wells interception was returned for a touchdown. West Virginia leads 33-10.
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