Must See Football
What seemed like an eternity is now mere days away. A football champion was crowned six months ago and we’re six months away from crowning another one
In between there is lots and lots of speculation on who is going to replace a graduated player. Who has the hottest seat (as far as coaches go) in the league. We could go on and on.
Personally, I’m ready for football. I’ve picked ten games that I think are must see in the ACC.
If these are the only games you see all season you can’t go wrong. Think there are more? Let me know at @WillsWorldMN on Twitter.
Must See Football – The Schedule
- September 1 – Louisville vs. Alabama. No Lamar Jackson. What will the new Louisville offense look like without him?
- September 2 – Miami vs LSU. If Miami wants to make a bold statement that they are coming back to prominence this is a good place to make it.
- September 8 – Clemson vs Texas A&M. Another opportunity for the Tigers to beat Jimbo Fisher.
- September 15 – Miami vs Toledo. This could be a sneaky good game. Toledo gave Miami trouble last year. They also have a bye to prepare for this game.
- September 22 – Clemson vs Georgia Tech. How does the Clemson defensive line fare against the Yellow Jackets triple option offense?
Must See Football
- October 6 – Florida State vs Miami. The Hurricanes finally snapped a seven game losing streak against the Seminoles last season. Can they make it two in a row?
- October 25 – Georgia Tech vs Virginia Tech. It’s a Thursday night game in Blacksburg and these two teams have played each other close the last six years.
- November 10 – Clemson vs Boston College. AJ Dillon against the Clemson defensive line. Enough said.
- November 23 – Virginia vs Virginia Tech. The Hokies will have held the Commonwealth Cup for over 5,000 days when this game is played. Is this the year the streak finally ends?
- November 24 – South Carolina vs Clemson. The Gamecocks will be a sneaky good team this year and could easily give the Tigers fits.