This November, the Virginia and Virginia Tech football teams will meet in Blacksburg, Va., for the 98th time as part of the Commonwealth Clash.
A smaller clash between the two universities took place at Nationals Park on Wednesday evening, as Redskins right tackle Morgan Moses, who's a proud Virginia alum, and cornerback Jonathan Allen, who's just as proud to have attended Virginia Tech, threw out first pitches prior to the Nationals' game against the Mets.
There was a lot more on the line other than bragging rights between the two schools. There was a little matter of who would be picking up the dinner tab afterwards, according to the Virginia Tech Twitter account, as you can see above.
The Cavaliers were proud to have Moses representing them on the mound, as they tweeted out a picture of him and their mascot before the big moment.
The Hokies could immediately tell that Fuller was ready to throw some heat, as they snapped a picture of him during the National Anthem.
The Hokies declared Fuller's pitch a strike, and even provided video of it.
Of course, Moses and Fuller were there to have fun and represent the Redskins and their respective schools. There really were no losers on the mound, only winners.