Coming off their thriller over BYU, the Virginia take on Oregon at Scott Stadium in the first-ever meeting between the two teams. The game’s at 3:30 ad will be televised by ESPN2.
Need more? Virginia Tech tries to bounce back from its drubbing by Alabama, taking on W. Carolina at 1:30 p.m. The game’s on ESPN3.
There are no Vegas lines yet, but full college football odds can be found here.
Keep an eye out for the local guy.
Virginia Tech: Vienna’s Jack Tyler, No. 58, at outside linebacker. (Full Virginia Tech football roster.)
Need some fellow footballers to get through the games. Here are some places in and around Vienna to spend your Saturday.
1. Vienna Inn
120 Maple Ave E
Why: Four words: world famous chili dogs. Plenty of food, beer and spirited company to carry you through the game. Plus, they've been in town for more than 50 years, so they have plenty of game day experience under their belt.
2. Neighbors Restaurant
262 Cedar Lane
Why: With big screen TVs and ample seating in three separate dining areas, you'll probably be able to see the game for most of the night.
1960 Chain Bridge Road, McLean
Why: O’Malleys boasts flat screen TV’s around the bar and in the booths, and food and drink specials including $5 burgers, $2 drafts, and half price appetizers from 4 p.m. – close.
3059 Nutley Street, Fairfax
Why: Just a hop and a skip away from the Vienna Metro, this is one of the few area hangouts that bills itself just as a sports bar. Plus, they call their manager the "Coach."
Did we miss one? Tell us in the comments, and we’ll add it!