Virginia Tech Hokies Landover Tickets
The Virginia Tech Hokies football program is on the rise once again as their recent form shows. They have won multiple division and conference titles over the years and are now on the lookout for more. This is a football program that has established itself among the most formidable in the sport. Now the Hokies will make their way to the FedEx Field to take on their arch rivals, the West Virginia Mountaineers for the college football season opener. It promises to be a humdinger of a clash between two teams that aren’t too fond of each other. Book your Virginia Tech Hokies Landover tickets and watch the encounter live at the FedEx Field.
The Virginia Tech Hokies will kick off their season against the West Virginia Mountaineers this season. The clash will take place at the home of the Washington Redskins, the FedEx Field.
The Virginia Tech Hokies football program traces its roots back to the year 1892. They took to the field for their first ever football game on October 21, 1892. They were up against the St. Albans Lutheran Boys School on that day. The Hokies triumphed 14-10 to get things up and running.
The Virginia Tech Hokies won their first ever conference title in 1916 when they were members of the South Atlantic. Their overall record for the season was 7-2 while in conference games they went 4-0. The Hokies won their first division crown in 2004, their first season as an ACC member.
The roll of honor
The Virginia Tech Hokies have in total clinched ten conference titles and six division crowns. They have also taken part in a whopping thirty Bowl games over the years. The Hokies overall record stands at above .600 which is an impressive feat, considering the length of time they have been playing football. They have also produced eight Consensus All-Americans.
Now the stage is set for them to take on the Mountaineers in what promises to be a classic encounter between these two age old rivals. If you want to be a part of the action, then book your Virginia Tech Hokies Landover tickets and watch them collide live at the FedEx Field.