ACC Football Schedule

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ACC Football Schedule

This weekend’s ACC football schedule kicks off Friday, September 29 with a match up that you can’t afford to miss. Miami, currently ranked #14 in the AP Top 25 travels to Wallace Wade Stadium in Durham to take on unbeaten Duke. The Blue Devils are ranked #27 nationally.

Miami has collected wins over Bethune-Cookman and Toledo with a 21 day break in between those games due to Hurricane Irma.

Duke has wins over NC Central, Northwestern, Baylor and North Carolina and would like nothing more than to add the Hurricanes to that list. The Blue Devils would like a taste of the AP Top 25 and a win here would push them up in the rankings.

Game time is Friday at 7:00p E and coverage is available on ESPN.

Saturday action has Rice visiting Heinz Field to take on Pitt. The Panthers and Owls are both struggling this season. Both teams bring 1-3 records into this meeting.

Pitt needs to find their way back into the win column and have the tools to achieve that goal against Rice.

Game time is 12:00p E with coverage on RSN.

North Carolina hopes to get back on the winning track in Atlanta against Georgia Tech. The Tar Heels have shown some glimmers of hope as they’ve struggled to an early 1-3 record this season.

The Yellow Jackets have a 2-1 record including a season opening 1 point overtime loss to then #25 Tennessee.

Game time is 12:00p E with coverage ESPN2.

ACC Football Schedule – The Pick

Syracuse will need to pull out all the tricks as they head to Raleigh to take on NC State at Carter-Finley. The Orange have a 2-2 record with flashes of improvement on all sides of the ball.

NC State started out with a disappointing loss to South Carolina but has improved to 3-1 including last week’s win over Florida State.

Game time is 12:20p E on the ACC Network.

Boston College Alumni Stadium will host the Central Michigan Chippewas who bring a 2-2 record into their game with the Eagles.

With a frustrating 1-3 record so far, Boston College began the season on a high note with a win against Northern Illinois before hitting a wall.

Game time is 1:00p E with streaming coverage on ACC Network Extra.

ACC Football Schedule – Power Poll

The mid afternoon games begin with Florida State heading to Winston-Salem where they’ll meet a surprising Wake Forest at BB&T Field.

The Seminoles are off to a rocky 0-2 start. Have the Seminoles burned off the nerves and worked out the kinks after their 21 day layoff plus a tough loss to NC State?

The Demon Deacons are currently second in the Atlantic Division with a 4-0 overall record but struggled last week against Appalachian State.

Game time is 3:30p E with coverage on ESPN2.

Murray State travels to Papa John’s Cardinal Stadium to face the #17 Louisville Cardinals. The Racers are struggling with a 1-3 record and shouldn’t be expected to be much of a challenge.

Louisville is 3-1 with the sole loss to division leader Clemson.

Game time is 3:30p E with action seen on RSN.

The Miami RedHawks out of the MAC East head to Notre Dame sporting a 2-2 record. Two of the losses have been to Marshall and Cincinnati by close margins.

Notre Dame is 3-1 so far with a 1 point loss to then #15 Georgia in week two. The Irish added a big win last week over Michigan State.

Game time is 5:00p E with coverage on NBC Sports Network.

ACC Football Schedule – AP Top 25

The big game of the week pits #2 Clemson against #12 Virginia Tech at Lane Stadium in Blacksburg. The Tigers bring 4 wins to the table. The last win against Boston College was a defensive battle that lasted three quarters. Clemson sees one road block on the way to another shot at a national title and it’s the Hokies.

Virginia Tech, also 4-0, opened their season with a big win over West Virginia at FedEx Field in Landover, MD. The then #21 Hokies defeated the #22 Mountaineers, 34-21.

Game time is 8:00p E with television coverage on ABC.

ACC Football Schedule – Podcast

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