A highly-anticipated matchup arrives on Saturday evening as the No. 12 Virginia Tech Hokies host the No. 2 Clemson Tigers. The game will be featured on national television with ESPN's "College Gameday" crew there for the entire day to cover the buildup to this huge college football game. Both teams are undefeated with perfect 4-0 starts to their seasons, but only one will escape this matchup unscathed. Here's the Clemson vs. Virginia Tech football game preview including how to watch on television or Live stream online Saturday night.

NCAA game preview

Quarterback Kelly Bryant leads the 4-0 Clemson Tigers to Blacksburg with stats of 873 passing yards, two touchdowns, and three interceptions so far this season. His team is currently putting up just over 510 yards of offense per game and nearly 38 points, with the rushing attack providing a little more than half of those yards. In terms of defense, they've held opponents to an average of under 100 yards per game on the ground and just 134.5 passing yards. They'll bring that defensive intensity into a hostile Lane Stadium on Saturday with the No. 2 ranking on the line.

The Virginia Tech Hokies have also gone 4-0 after defeating former-No. 22 West Virginia, Delaware, ECU, and most recently, Old Dominion.

They've shut out two of those teams and have defeated opponents by nearly 30 points per game. However, those opponents were not the Clemson Tigers. In terms of their own offense, the Hokies average 289 yards passing and 218.3 yards rushing but have been giving up 203.3 yards passing to opponents. Will Clemson's Kelly Bryant have a big game at the expense of the home team's defense?

Tonight marks a big test for both teams, as it's also the first in-conference matchup for V-Tech.

Oddsmakers believe the visiting Clemson Tigers have the edge in today's game with the point spread giving them a touchdown in their favor. On the moneyline, the visitors are -300 favorites while Virginia Tech is a +240 underdog.

The speculative over/under points total is at 49 points for the complete game.

How to watch it live

Tonight's Clemson Tigers vs. Virginia Tech Hokies game is scheduled for an 8 p.m. Eastern Time start. Live televised game coverage will arrive through ABC network and their affiliated channels around the United States. Live streaming of the NCAA football game is available on the ABC website to viewers in select major cities in the country with cable and satellite subscriptions.

There is also live streaming available to all cable and satellite subscribers who have ESPN3 or WatchESPN. A valid cable or satellite TV provider login is necessary to view the feed on WatchESPN's web portal or compatible apps for mobile devices or streaming media players.