WVU football head coach Chris Petersen will be facing a difficult task in Week 3 against Miami.
He’s only been to two conference games so far, but he’s already faced one of his toughest tests to date.
The Hokies return from a bye week and will be looking for their first win since Nov. 6.
WVUs next two games come against Florida Atlantic and Tennessee Tech, and Petersen is looking to build off his 2-0 start.
The Seminoles are coming off their bye week, but Petersen will have plenty of time to prepare.
Florida Atlantic head coach Derek Mason is coming off a bye as well.
Florida is 3-0 against the ACC in 2017.
Florida State is 0-4 against the league in 2018.
The Blue Devils will have to rely on their quarterback, Jacob Eason, and their secondary to shut down the spread.
The Red Raiders have lost their last two games by a combined 10 points.
The only real threat to the Red Raiders are Miami’s offense.
The Hurricanes will be coming off of their bye and will have their hands full against a WVSU defense that has given up a combined 14 touchdowns.
Miami has won four of the last five meetings between the teams.
Miami leads the league with 13 touchdowns allowed.
Miami is averaging 37.7 points per game.
This is the first game in the ACC schedule that Miami will face a non-conference opponent.
The Orange will be without linebacker Jordan Whitehead (shoulder).
Florida State’s defense has given away touchdowns in three of its last four games against Virginia Tech.
Tech has allowed just one touchdown on the year.
The Yellow Jackets are averaging 34.6 points per contest.
This will be the first time Virginia Tech has lost to a nonfirm team in ACC play.
The Terps have allowed three rushing touchdowns in the last two contests against the Hokies.
Miami will look to extend its win streak to five.
The two teams are tied for the longest in the league at 10 games.