What channel are Virginia Tech's games on this week? How to watch Virginia Tech men basketball games

The Hokies men have two games this week, including the second Commonwealth Clash of the season.

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This is going to be the second quick turnaround week for the Virginia Tech men's basketball team. A couple of weeks ago, the Hokies hosted Georgia Tech on a Saturday night, then had a 48-hour turnaround two nights later hosting Duke at Cassell Coliseum.

This week, Virginia Tech has another quick turnaround. After losing Saturday afternoon at North Carolina, 96-81, Mike Young's team will quickly put that aside and get ready for another Monday night at home against Virginia in the second Commonwealth Clash of the season.

Despite their NCAA Tournament hopes all but dashed last weekend with a loss at Notre Dame, Virginia Tech still has the NIT to play for if they wish to continue their season past next month's ACC Tournament. Now it is possible, but unlikely, that they run the table in Washington, D.C. to win the tournament and get into the 68-team field in March, but the NIT is a more likely destination for the Hokies.

If there is one thing that the Hokies can have a say in is who will finish in the Top 4 of the ACC in the regular season and get one of those valuable four double-byes in the conference tournament. After losing to the Tar Heels, the Hokies would love nothing more than to put a dent into the thoughts of the Cavaliers getting a double-bye in a couple of weeks.

How to watch Virginia at Virginia Tech

  • Date: Monday, Feb. 19
  • Time: 7:00 p.m., ET
  • Venue: Cassell Coliseum
  • How to Watch: ESPN
  • Streaming: FuboTV
  • Virginia Tech record: 14-11 (6-8 ACC)
  • Virginia record: 20-6 (11-4 ACC)

How to watch Virginia Tech at Pittsburgh

  • Date: Saturday, Feb. 24
  • Time: 5:30 p.m. ET
  • Venue: Petersen Events Center
  • How to Watch: CW Network
  • Streaming: FuboTV
  • Virginia Tech record: 14-11 (6-8 ACC)
  • Pittsburgh record: 16-8 (7-6 ACC)

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