Last updated Nov. 25, 2016
Virginia at Virginia Tech
Friday, Nov. 25
Mostly cloudy. High: 55-60.
Gameday: Saturday, Nov. 26
Pregame, 10:30 a.m.
Partly Sunny, 43
Kickoff, 12 p.m.
Partly Sunny, 45
Postgame, 4 p.m.
Partly Sunny, 46
Gameday summary: Breezy and chilly. Highs are in the upper 40s during the game. Heavy coats and gloves are a good idea.
Game prediction: A struggle to end a struggle of a season. Hokies 34, Hoos 13.
- Wind favors the Jackets ground game and stymies Matt Johns’ air attack. Georgia Tech 31, Virginia 14 (Actual: Georgia Tech 34, Virginia 17)
- The Hoos are cold and stay cold. Another tough loss. Miami 34, UVA 28. (Actual: Miami 34, Virginia 14)
- A hard fought win for the Hoos. Virginia 28, Wake Forest 24. (Actual: Wake Forest 27, Virginia 20)
- Cards outgun the Hoos. Louisville 38, UVA 21 (Actual: Louisville 32, Virginia 25)
- Heels have too much fire power. UNC 38, Virginia 28. (Actual: UNC 35, UVA 14)
- Hoos pull off gusty win. UVA 28, Pitt 24. (Actual: Pitt 45, UVA 31)
- Another tough road loss. Duke 31, Virginia 21 (Actual: Virginia 34, Duke 20
- Hoos break through. UVA 28, CMU 24. (Actual: Virginia 49, CMU 35)
- Important road win for the Hoos. UVA 28, UConn 24. (Actual: UConn 13, Virginia 10)
- Hoos can’t get enough stops. Oregon 48, UVA 21 (Actual: Oregon 44, Virginia 26)
- Hoos win comfortably. UVA 31, Richmond 10 (Actual: Richmond 37, Virginia 20)
- 2016 prediction record: 6-5
- 2015 prediction record: 7-4
- 2014 prediction record: 7-5
- 2013 prediction record: 9-3
- 2012 prediction record: 8-4
Sunday, Nov. 27
Mostly sunny. High: Around 50.
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Forecast prepared by TheSabre.com meteorologist Jason Samenow. Feel free to email him with any questions regarding the forecast.
Jason Samenow (BadgerHoo) graduated with a B.A. in Environmental Science, concentrating in Atmospheric Science, from the University of Virginia in 1998. He completed his Master’s Degree in Meteorology at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the summer of 2000. He is the Weather Editor at the Washington Post, and chief meteorologist for washingtonpost.com’s Capital Weather Gang blog.