Two Top 25 teams collide in Blacksburg, Virginia, on Saturday as the No. 24 Virginia Tech Hokies host the No. 6 Notre Dame Fighting Irish at 8 p.m. ET. Notre Dame is riding high after a 38-17 blowout victory over Stanford last week, while the Hokies managed to put their stunning loss to Old Dominion behind them quickly by beating Duke 31-14 on the road. The latest Notre Dame vs. Virginia Tech odds have the Fighting Irish as seven-point road favorites, with the over-under set at 55.5 points. Before you enter your Notre Dame vs. Virginia Tech picks, you’ll want to check out what SportsLine’s advanced computer model has to say.
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The model knows that since switching to Ian Book as their starting quarterback, the Fighting Irish have found a new gear on offense. Book has thrown for 601 yards and six touchdowns in the past two weeks as Notre Dame has scored 94 points and won by an average of 25.
But just because Notre Dame’s offense is firing on all cylinders with Book under center doesn’t mean it can cover a 6.5-point spread on the road against Virginia Tech.
Ryan Willis‘ first start for Virginia Tech went extremely well against Duke last Saturday. The Hokies accumulated over 400 yards of offense and the Kansas transfer threw for 332 yards and three touchdowns with no interceptions.
Virginia Tech’s defense also played extremely well against the Blue Devils, recording seven tackles for loss with two sacks and two quarterback hurries. With their raucous crowd behind them, the Hokies will look to duplicate last week’s performance against Notre Dame on Saturday night.
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