Virginia Tech football ACC media day announced

ACC football media week is just over five months away and Virginia Tech learned which day they'll appear in Charlotte.

Jul 26, 2023; Charlotte, NC, USA;  Virginia Tech head coach Brent Pry answers questions from the
Jul 26, 2023; Charlotte, NC, USA; Virginia Tech head coach Brent Pry answers questions from the / Jim Dedmon-USA TODAY Sports

The ACC will have a new look for the 2024-25 athletic season. Three schools, SMU, California, and Stanford will be joining the conference. This season the Virginia Tech football team will be playing Stanford, in October, in California and they will not play the other two schools.

The ACC announced their first four-day media event starting on July 22 in Charlotte, North Carolina and with 17 teams now, the media portions will be split into four separate days. This season, the Hokies will take part in Day 2 on July 23 with California, Pittsburgh, Stanford, and Virginia.

This season there will be plenty for head coach Brent Pry to talk about as the Hokies are returning a bulk of their roster and should be a Top 25 team when the season begins on Labor Day Weekend in Nashville, Tennessee against SEC non-conference opponent Vanderbilt.

Pry will be attending his third media day as head coach at Virginia Tech. He has taken the Hokies from 3-8 in his first season to 7-6 last season and a Military Bowl victory over Tulane University. Things were not looking great for Virginia Tech going 1-3 through their first four non-conference games, but they turned things around once conference play began going 5-3 including wins at Boston College and Virginia.

After all the coaches depart to return home to begin fall camp, the ACC predictions should start to roll in including where teams are picked to finish and preseason All-ACC players. Virginia Tech's over/under win total at FanDuel is 7.5 and with the non-conference schedule and conference schedule, that certainly seems like a number to take the over on.