Dating back to 1946, the Virginia Tech Hokies have played in over 25 bowl games and continue to be one of the better college football programs in the country. The Hokies currently have the second longest consecutive bowl game streak in college football, dating back to 1993. Their huge success is why they enter every season with high expectations and a disappointing season for Virginia Tech is finishing under 10 wins.
The Hokies have had many memorable bowl games over the years including the 2000 Sugar Bowl in which they competed against the Florida State Seminoles for the national championship. Even though they lost the game, Virginia Tech proved they were one of the elite programs in college football. Over 79,000 fans were in attendance at the Superdome in New Orleans, Louisiana and over 18 million people tuned in to see Virginia Tech attempt to win their first national title.
Virginia Tech Hokies fans have the reputation of being very passionate about their favorite football team and love to travel and watch them play. Whether it be the Orange Bowl in Miami, Florida or the Chick-Fil-A Bowl in Atlanta Georgia in the Georgia Dome that sits over 75,000, Virginia Tech fans will be in attendance. Score with TicketCity - the place to go for Virginia Tech Hokies Bowl Game tickets.
Virginia Tech Hokies Recent Bowl Game History
In 2015, the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Tulsa Golden Hurricanes squared off in the Independence Bowl. This game was Michael Brewer’s last as Virginia Tech’s head coach after 29 seasons and 238 victories. The Hokies and Brewer were able to finish his last season strong with a close win, 55-52 in the Independence Bowl against the Hurricanes. The average ticket price for the 2015 bowl was $45.