The Horned Frogs and Cavaliers will meet Sept. 12 at Scott Stadium. Virginia will travel to Amon G. Carter Stadium in Fort Worth in the 2012 campaign.
Virginia gives 15th-ranked TCU (9-2, 6-1) three confirmed non-conference games next season. The Frogs also have Sept. 19 and Sept. 26 home dates with Texas State and SMU, respectively. A fourth and final non-conference game will be announced later.
TCU and Virginia will face each other for just the second time in their history. The first meeting saw a 20-10 Cavalier victory in the 1994 Independence Bowl.
Virginia represents the Frogs¹ first game against an ACC opponent since 1997, when North Carolina won 31-10 at TCU.
The Cavaliers, coached by Al Groh, are 5-5 this season with a 3-3 mark in ACC play.
The Frogs are 11-3 in their last 14 games against teams from conferences with automatic BCS bids.