Boise State Hooks The Hokies For $1.25 Million

Zachary Ball@MLBDraftCntdwnAnalyst IJuly 29, 2009

Kellen Moore and the most exciting show on (blue) turf are taking their circus to the nation's capital.

Virginia Tech and Boise State agreed on a one game tilt, to be played at FedEx Field, home of D.C.'s Redskins. The Broncos are reported to be hauling in $1.25 million for the event which will take place October 2, 2010.

What has two thumbs and will be in attendance? THIS GUY!

The ACC will own the rights to the game, so look for a possible ESPN broadcast, and a lead-up to the game—something similar to what took place prior to the Georgia-Boise State debacle a few years back.

Provided the Broncos do go undefeated this season and make a BCS game, they could be riding a winning streak upwards of 15 coming into the game.

Making the matchup all the more exciting, freshman sensation Kellen Moore will be a junior, with three years of leading this team under his belt. The team will still have star wideouts Titus Young and Austin Pettis, who will both be seniors, as well as most of their defensive starters.

Forget that Boise State-Oregon game. I'm looking forward to the Hokies!

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