BLACKSBURG, Va. (AP) - Two home victories have No. 13 Virginia Tech on track to do all it hopes for this season, and with an offense that still isn't nearly as sharp as it needs to be, a road trip is coming at the right time.
The Hokies travel to face old Big East rival Pittsburgh (0-2) on Saturday.
Coach Frank Beamer's team has won its last 13 true road games, and he says the key for this team to keep that success going is to learn to play the same way whether they are at home or on the road.
Linebacker Jeron Gouveia-Winslow says going into another team's stadium brings the team closer together because it doesn't have as many fans on its side, and that helps build team chemistry.