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Miami–Virginia Tech football rivalry

Miami–Virginia Tech football rivalry
Miami Hurricanes
Virginia Tech Hokies
First meeting November 13, 1953
Latest meeting October 17, 2015
Next meeting 2016 season
Meetings total 33
Most wins Miami, 20–13 (.606)
Largest victory

Virginia Tech: 43–10 (1999)

Miami: 30–6 (2014)
Longest streak Miami, 12 (1953–1994)
Current streak Miami, 2
Bowl history
Miami, 2–0

1966 Liberty Bowl: Miami, 14–7

1981 Peach Bowl: Miami, 20–10

The Miami–Virginia Tech football rivalry is an American college football rivalry between the Miami Hurricanes and Virginia Tech Hokies. The Hurricanes and Hokies first met on November 13, 1953 in Miami. Miami and Virginia Tech have met in two bowl games, the 1966 Liberty Bowl and 1981 Peach Bowl. The two teams have played annually since 1992, and the rivalry developed when the Hokies became a member of the Big East Conference for football in 1995. When the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) expanded in 2004, both Miami and Virginia Tech became members of the ACC. Both teams continue to compete annually as part of the ACC's Coastal Division.

The series was one-sided until 1995 when Virginia Tech took their first game against Miami in Blacksburg. Beginning in that year, the series has been in favor of Virginia Tech, 13–8. There have been several notable games in this time, including 11 meetings in which both teams were ranked in the top 25 and four meetings where both teams were in the top 10. In 2000, #2 Virginia Tech lost to #3 Miami at the Orange Bowl 41–21. In 2003, #2 Miami had a regular season winning streak snapped by the Hokies in Lane Stadium. In 2004, the first year for both schools in the ACC, both teams met in Miami at the Orange Bowl stadium for the final game of the regular season, which became a de facto ACC Championship Game, with the winner

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