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CFB : Money Line Matchup
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Week 12 Saturday, 11/21/2020 4:00 PM
Board Money Line
VIRGINIA TECH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-4-16.43-55-335.617.1452.1(6.8)1.030.814.6450.4(6.1)1.6
Road Games2-2-3.21-33-135.313.8470.3(6.5)1.536.318.3482.5(7.1)1.0
Last 3 Games1-2-14.21-22-133.718.3415.3(6.6)0.732.713.7466.7(6.1)1.7
Grass Games3-3-13.22-44-237.817.7453.0(6.9)0.831.314.3456.5(6)1.7
Conference Games4-3-2.43-44-335.716.7457.0(6.7)1.029.714.7448.1(6.2)1.6
VIRGINIA TECH - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)35.617.123.929:4943-263(6.1)14-2459.6%189(8.1)67-452(6.8)(12.7)
Opponents Defensive Avg.28.614.42230:4938-165(4.4)19-3359.0%235(7.1)70-400(5.7)(14)
Offense Road Games35.313.824.832:1048-269(5.6)13-2551.5%201(8.1)73-470(6.5)(13.3)
Defense (All Games)30.814.623.530:1140-194(4.8)21-3362.2%256(7.7)74-450(6.1)(14.6)
Opponents Offensive Avg.3417.923.430:1140-179(4.5)20-3262.4%266(8.3)72-445(6.2)(13.1)
Defense Road Games36.318.322.527:5040-236(6)19-2965.2%247(8.6)68-482(7.1)(13.3)

PITTSBURGH - Current Season Performance
 Straight UpAgainst SpreadTeamOpponent
All Games4-4-102-56-227.617.0358.5(5)
Home Games3-2-7.41-33-226.218.4367.8(5.2)1.421.014.4273.0(4.2)1.6
Last 3 Games1-2-11-23-021.011.0273.3(4.3)1.331.019.7351.7(4.5)1.7
Grass Games4-3-7.42-45-227.317.4356.7(5.1)1.121.914.7283.7(4.2)1.9
Conference Games3-4-101-55-223.713.4344.6(4.7)1.326.317.1319.3(4.5)1.6
PITTSBURGH - Current Season Statistics
Offense (All Games)27.617.019.530:4035-105(3)21-3757.2%253(6.8)72-358(5)(13)
Opponents Defensive Avg.31.317.222.130:1538-172(4.5)20-3261.4%243(7.6)70-415(5.9)(13.3)
Offense Home Games26.218.419.430:4235-113(3.2)20-3557.7%255(7.3)70-368(5.2)(14)
Defense (All Games)
Opponents Offensive Avg.25.914.419.730:0236-147(4.1)19-3258.3%225(7)69-372(5.4)(14.4)
Defense Home Games21.014.416.630:1833-69(2.1)17-3153.2%204(6.5)64-273(4.2)(13)
Average power rating of opponents played: VIRGINIA TECH 40.1,  PITTSBURGH 33
VIRGINIA TECH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
9/26/2020NC STATE45-24W-6W56O41-31411-17-181042-13919-33-2472
10/3/2020@ DUKE38-31W-11.5L54.5O50-3249-25-163337-13922-39-2711
10/10/2020@ N CAROLINA45-56L3.5L58.5O48-26015-29-235043-39918-23-2570
10/17/2020BOSTON COLLEGE40-14W-13.5W61.5U41-35011-15-111025-9028-51-3455
10/24/2020@ WAKE FOREST16-23L-10.5L68.5U43-21017-35-223349-20612-17-1100
10/31/2020@ LOUISVILLE42-35W-5W68O51-28310-10-183029-19823-36-3503
11/21/2020@ PITTSBURGH            

PITTSBURGH - Season Results
 Team StatsOpp Stats
10/3/2020NC STATE29-30L-14L45.5O37-9222-40-411030-6228-45-3360
10/10/2020@ BOSTON COLLEGE30-31L-6.5L42.5O40-10525-48-266141-3019-35-3581
10/17/2020@ MIAMI19-31L11.5L48O26-2223-47-278142-10916-31-2222
10/24/2020NOTRE DAME3-45L9.5L43.5O20-4412-33-118350-11517-33-3190
11/7/2020@ FLORIDA ST41-17W-1.5W53O37-14821-27-210035-14623-41-1443
11/21/2020VIRGINIA TECH            
11/28/2020@ CLEMSON            
12/12/2020@ GEORGIA TECH            
Pitt, Virginia Tech hoping to play despite COVID-19 concerns

You could say there are three opponents in play for Saturday's ACC game between the Pitt Panthers and Virginia Tech Hokies at Heinz Field. The interloper is COVID-19, which could force a postponement.

As of Tuesday, Pitt's football activities were shut down because of the virus, which forced the postponement last week of the Panthers' game against Georgia Tech. An unknown number of Pitt players tested positive last week, and test results this week will determine the status of the Virginia Tech game.

"It's a silent little killer," Pitt linebacker Chase Pine said. "It got us, but we're going to come back stronger."

Pitt (4-4, 3-4 ACC) broke a four-game losing streak two weeks ago with a 41-17 win over Florida State, but any momentum might have been lost with the forced open weekend.

At the least, Pitt will have limited practice this week.

"We can practice once (and be prepared), to be honest with you," Panthers coach Pat Narduzzi said. "But you like to get two in.

"We expect to play the Virginia Tech game. We hope we're not let down again. It will be up to our team and players on how safe they are out there."

The Hokies (4-4, 4-3) have lost three of their past four games but nearly pulled off an upset last week in a 25-24 setback against then-No. 9 Miami, a game they led for 54 minutes before the Hurricanes pulled it out.

They are preparing and practicing as per usual.

"We deal with uncertainty every day," Virginia Tech coach Justin Fuente said.

"I think our guys have done a great job handling (the pandemic). We can't approach this week with any different mindset."

If Pitt gets clearance to play, the matchup to watch will be the Panthers' defense against Virginia Tech's offense.

The Panthers rank first in the ACC on defense, allowing 296.5 yards a game. They lead the country with an average of 11.6 tackles for loss, with linebacker SirVocea Dennis tied for second nationally with 13.5. They also lead the ACC and rank second in the nation with 4.75 sacks a game, led by defensive end Patrick Jones II's eight.

In particular, Pitt is stingy against the run. Opponents are gaining just 78.8 yards a game and a national-best 2.2 yards a carry on the ground.

Something, then, will have to give, as the Hokies lead the conference with 262.8 rushing yards a game. Khalil Herbert averages 8.2 yards a carry and quarterback Hendon Hooker 5.6.

However, Virginia Tech had a season-worst 160 yards rushing against Miami, as Hooker was sacked six times (with 46 yards in losses) also a season-most for the team.

"We'll have a similar challenge (against Pitt)," Fuente said. "These guys are just as big and just as athletic on the defensive line, but they put more people in the box than Miami. We're going to go against a big, athletic defensive line that pressures the passer.

"I know that there's nobody in America that devotes as many hats in the box to the run game as Pat (Narduzzi) does. It makes it very, very difficult to run the ball at all."

And that's if the game is played at all.

--Field Level Media

Last Updated: 1/26/2021 1:55:51 AM EST

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