Liberty at Virginia: Date, time, TV Channel, Live stream, how to watch

Liberty at Virginia: Date, time, TV Channel, Live stream, how to watch

Week 13 of the college football season is here.

Liberty (6-4) enters Week 13 as the underdog against the 7-3 Virginia Cavaliers. But for the Flames, upending the Cavaliers would send a message that they're more than deserving of a bowl game. 

Meanwhile, Virginia is fighting to stay ahead of Pitt, Virginia Tech and Miami in the ACC coastal division. Virginia has one more conference win than the others, though the Panthers and Hokies have the same overall records as the Cavaliers.

You can catch all the action Saturday at noon on NBC Sports Washington Plus as part of the network's season-long ACC coverage.

How to watch Liberty vs. Virginia

Who: Liberty vs. Virginia

What: Regular Season Week 13

When: Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019, 12 p.m. ET

Where: Scott Stadium, Charlottesville, Virginia

TV Channel: NBC Sports Washington Plus

Live Stream: NBC Sports Washington

Radio: LFSN Radio Live, WRVA 1140 AM/96.1FM, Tune-In Radio

Point Spread: N/A

Over/Under: N/A

Weather: 44 degrees, chance of rain

Liberty's full 2019 football schedule

Week 1: vs. Syracuse, L, 24-0
Week 2: at Louisiana, L, 35-14
Week 3: vs. Buffalo, W, 35-17
Week 4: vs. Hampton, W, 62-27
Week 5: vs. New Mexico, W, 17-10
Week 6: at New Mexico State, W, 20-13
Week 7: BYE
Week 8: vs. Maine, W, 59-44
Week 9: at Rutgers, L, 44-34
Week 10: at UMass, W, 63-21
Week 11: at BYU, L, 31-24
Week 12: BYE
Week 13: at Virginia, 12 p.m.
Week 14: vs. New Mexico State, 2 p.m.

Virginia's full 2019 football schedule

Week 1: at Pitt, W, 30-14
Week 2: vs. William & Mary, W, 52-17
Week 3: vs. FSU, W, 31-24
Week 4: vs. ODU
Week 5: at Notre Dame, L, 35-20
Week 6: BYE
Week 7: at Miami, L, 17-9
Week 8: vs. Duke, W, 48-14
Week 9: at Louisville, L, 28-21
Week 10: at UNC, W 38-31
Week 11: at Georgia Tech, W, 33-28
Week 12: BYE
Week 13: vs. Liberty, 12 p.m.
Week 14: vs. Virginia Tech, 12 p.m.

Virginia Tech holds off upset-minded Chattanooga at home

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Virginia Tech holds off upset-minded Chattanooga at home

BLACKSBURG, Va. -- Nahiem Alleyne scored a career-high 22 points to lift Virginia Tech to a 63-58 victory over Chattanooga on Wednesday.

Alleyne hit 7 of 13 from the field, including three 3-pointers for the cold-shooting Hokies (7-3), who survived a scare and snapped a three-game losing streak. Landers Nolley II added 19 points for Virginia Tech.

Stefan Kenic led Chattanooga (6-5) with 16 points.

The Mocs led 51-47 after a 3-pointer by David Jean-Baptiste with 5:23 remaining, but the Hokies answered by scoring on six of their next seven possessions. Alleyne started a 14-2 run that enabled Virginia Tech to build a 61-53 lead and pull away on a night when it shot just 39% (23 of 59) from the field.

Chattanooga cut the deficit to 61-58 on a 3-pointer by Jonathan Scott with seven seconds left, but Alleyne answered two free throws to seal it.


Watkins, Stevens lead Penn State over No. 4 Maryland

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Watkins, Stevens lead Penn State over No. 4 Maryland

STATE COLLEGE, Pa. (AP) -- Penn State became the fifth unranked team to beat a top-5 program in this upset-filled college basketball season, getting 15 points and 11 rebounds from Mike Watkins in a 76-69 win over No. 4 Maryland on Tuesday night.

Lamar Stevens added 15 points and 10 rebounds, Myreon Jones and Izaiah Brockington each scored 14 points, and Myles Dread had 12 points for the Nittany Lions (8-2, 1-1 Big Ten), who led for all but 1:54.

Jalen Smith had 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Terrapins (10-1, 1-1), who were trying for their first 11-0 start since 1996.

Eric Ayala scored 15, Anthony Cowan Jr. had 14, Aaron Wiggins had 13 and Serrel Smith added 12 for the Terps, who trailed 40-30 at halftime.

Penn State's win was followed minutes later by another unranked team knocking off an unbeaten opponent -- Texas Tech over No. 1 Louisville at Madison Square Garden.

The Nittany Lions led by as many as 10 with 15:19 to play, but the Terps used an 11-3 run capped by a 3-pointer from Cowan to cut the deficit to 52-50 with 10:57 left.

They wouldn't get any closer, and Penn State won its first game against a top-5 team since Feb. 17, 2016, when the Nittany Lions knocked off then-No. 4 Iowa.

Penn State leaned on its defense to build its first-half lead.

The Nittany Lions forced 12 turnovers in the first 10 minutes and used most of them to fuel an 18-5 run. Dread capped the sequence with a 3-pointer that made it 27-15.

Maryland slowed the pace with a pair of jumpers before Cowan hit a 3 that cut Penn State's lead to five. The Nittany Lions closed the half with a 13-8 run, capped by a buzzer-beating 3 from Jones.


Maryland: The Terps fell behind early for a second straight game, but it didn't work out as well against a bigger, more skilled opponent. Maryland also spotted Illinois a big lead on Saturday before rallying.

Penn State: The Nittany Lions have beaten top teams at home in the Patrick Chambers era, but those wins have usually come late in the season.


Maryland visits No. 22 Seton Hall on Dec. 19

Penn State hosts Alabama on Saturday.