Who is Virginia Tech's Toughest ACC Road Opponent?

We complete our look at the Hokies' toughest opponents with a look at their conference road games. We've already looked at their non-conference and ACC home slates.

While the previous two votes were fairly tough, this one's a no-brainer. Tech's ACC road scheduled includes trips to Wake Forest, Duke, Georgia Tech and Virginia. One of these things is not like the other.

Here's Tech's away ACC games:

Oct. 15 at Wake Forest

Relax: The Deacs couldn't stop anyone on defense last year and had trouble adjusting to a spread-option attack.

Worry: Josh Harris ran all over the Hokies last year and they appear to finally have a quarterback. Maybe.

Oct. 29 at Duke

Relax: It's Duke.

Worry: Don't look now, but the Blue Devils have a lot of talent at the skill positions.

Nov. 10 at Georgia Tech

Relax: GT lost its two best players on offense, Joshua Nesbitt and Anthony Allen. They're replacements were unimpressive in the spring.

Worry: Thursday night game in Atlanta and the place will be just as turn't up for this game as it was two years ago.

Nov. 26 at Virginia

Relax: UVa doesn't know who its QB is going to be and doesn't have any kind of offensive line to speak of.

Worry: Who knows what kind of improvement the Hoos could make over the course of the season and it's a rivalry game.

Your turn: Who's our toughest ACC road opponent?

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