What channel is Virginia Tech's games on this week? How to watch the Hokies' men

The final week of the ACC regular season is here for the Hokies.

Mar 2, 2024; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies guard Sean Pedulla (3) shoots the ball
Mar 2, 2024; Blacksburg, Virginia, USA; Virginia Tech Hokies guard Sean Pedulla (3) shoots the ball / Peter Casey-USA TODAY Sports

It's hard to believe, but the final week of the 2023-24 regular season is here for the ACC and the conference tournament begins next week in Washington, D.C. The Virginia Tech men enter the final week looking to make a late run trying to avoid playing on the first day of the tournament, but they need to win out and have other teams ahead of them lose one or two games.

The Hokies will play one road game and one home game this week to close out the conference schedule. Both games are winnable games, but if there is one thing we have learned this season is that nothing is easy for Mike Young's team.

They have a trip to Louisville to play the Cardinals, a team they beat in their first conference game of the season, but it turned out to be a costly victory as they lost Sean Pedulla at the end of the game with an ankle injury that cost him some time. They then return home looking to get some revenge on a Notre Dame team that beat them last month in South Bend, Indiana with a strong second half. These are big games for the Hokies who need to win the ACC Tournament to get into the NCAA Tournament, but they can strengthen their case to make the NIT. Here is all the information on how to watch the games this week for the Virginia Tech men.

How to Watch Virginia Tech at Louisville

  • Date: Tuesday, March 5
  • Time: 7:00 p.m. ET
  • Venue: KFC Yum! Center
  • How to Watch: ESPNU
  • Streaming: FuboTV
  • Virginia Tech record: 16-13 (8-10 ACC)
  • Louisville record:  8-21 (3-15 ACC)

How to Watch Notre Dame at Virginia Tech

  • Date: Saturday, March 9
  • Time: 2:30 p.m. ET
  • Venue: Cassell Coliseum
  • How to Watch: ESPNU
  • Streaming: FuboTV
  • Virginia Tech record: 16-13 (8-10 ACC)
  • Notre Dame record: 11-17 (6-11 ACC)