A college football rivalry game may be moved, according to breaking news.

The Virginia-Virginia Tech football game has historically taken place on either that Saturday or Black Friday.

According to Mike Barber of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, the annual rivalry game may instead be relocated to December 3.

This comes after a tragic tragedy that occurred at UVA last week.

While returning from a school field trip, three football players (Devin Chandler, Lavel Davis Jr., and D'Sean Perry) were shot and killed.

This weekend's match between Virginia and Coastal Carolina was scheduled, but the institution ultimately decided to cancel it.

When Virginia Tech ran onto the field to face Liberty this past weekend, it saluted Virginia by raising the UVA flag.

In the last 18 games, VT has won 17 of them, including the last two games versus UVA.

We'll have to wait and see what choice UVA makes.