Friday, Nov. 23 is the regular season finale for these two rival programs. With the Canes and Noles entering the match with the same conference record (17-2), the winner of Friday's match will be crowned ACC champion.
Wake Forest leads the all-time series with William & Mary 33-12. The Tribe snapped a five-game losing streak in the series with a 78-68 win at the Joel Coliseum in 2009. The series dates back to the 1911-12 season.
Virginia holds the slight 30-29 all-time lead in the series, but the Hokies claimed a 3-0 decision earlier this season on Sept. 14 in Charlottesville. The Hokies have won the past six meetings between the two teams.
The Yellow Jackets are coming off of a win over Rice in which they held the Owls to a mere 36 points. The 36-point yield by Tech was the lowest for a Yellow Jacket team since the 1949-50 season and the lowest by a team in the seven-year history of the DirecTV Classic.
This will be meeting number 110 between Clemson and South Carolina and the 104th consecutive year the two schools have met. That is the second longest active streak of consecutive years played in a rivalry in the nation.