Battle at Bristol
Let the border battle begin!
On September 10, 2016, Bristol Motor Speedway will transform its iconic short track into a world-class football stadium for the inaugural Battle at Bristol, College Football's Biggest EVER, featuring a border battle between the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Tennessee Volunteers.
We Hear You Hokies!
We Hear You Vols!
What They're Saying
April 1, 2015
The entry by Nashville artist Jody Nilsen has been selected as the design what will inspire the iconic trophy awarded to the winner of Battle at Bristol.
In an unprecedented move for a motorsports facility, Bristol Motor Speedway has constructed a new platform to ensure their most loyal customers - as determined by longevity and money spent - receive priority.
Beginning on Feb. 4 and running through March 6th, Fans Have Opportunity to Design Inaugural Battle at Bristol Trophy and Win Once-in-a-Lifetime Experience
January 5, 2015
J.C. Coleman set a new Virginia Tech bowl record for rushing yards and Joey Slye booted four field goals as the Virginia Tech football squad wrapped up the 2014 season with a 33-17 win over the University of Cincinnati
January 5, 2015
Vols score early and often to beat Big 10 opponent Iowa
November 19, 2014
Derek Barnett (UT) and Ken Ekanem (VT) showcase talent, maturity
November 12, 2014
Elliott Berry, Greg Stroman determined to make impact ahead of college football's largest game
November 5, 2014
Jason Croom (UT) and Sam Rogers (VT) have proven their value on the offensive side of the ball.
The pair of sophomores are poised to lead their respective teams onto college football's biggest stage in the Sept. 10 contest at Bristol Motor Speedway.
October 22, 2014
The sophomore wide receiver and walk-on freshman kicker are key to their team's offensive production.
October 14, 2014
The freshman wide receiver and sophomore offensive lineman projected to be key players in college football's largest game.
October 8, 2014
Sutton (UT), Phillips (VT) post impressive 2014 numbers as clock ticks closer to their performance in college football's largest game