Keeping up with the scheduling news this offseason, Michigan and Virginia Tech have announced plans for a future home-and-home series. The dates? Way down the road in 2020 and 2021.
Michigan will host Virginia Tech in Ann Arbor on Sept. 19, 2020 with the Hokies playing host the following year on Sept. 11, per a joint release.
“I am pleased that Dave Brandon and I have been able to work out this agreement,” Tech athletic director Jim Weaver said in a statement. “Michigan is the winningest college football program in the country, and it will be exciting to have the Wolverines come to Lane Stadium.”
The two sides have met just once before in the 2012 Allstate Sugar Bowl, a 23-20 Wolverines victory (depending on whether or not you think Danny Coale caught the ball in overtime).
Virginia Tech’s other future non-conference opponents include Ohio State (2014-15) and Wisconsin (2016-17). The Wolverines have recently scheduled a home-and-home series against Arkansas (2018-19).