ACC Football Schedule: Week 2
There aren’t too many exciting games (on paper) in the ACC today, or in college football for that matter. There are a couple of ranked games around the country, but honestly, it’s college football. So of course it’s still exciting! The ACC should have a pretty good day today, and carrying the flag for the conference will be Virginia Tech as they try to take down Ohio State.
There are some other games of interest to me. I’d like to see Virginia have a win since we play them next week. After the performance last week, Wake Forest needs a win anytime they can get one, so hopefully today is it for them. Troy usually has a good team, so Duke could be challenged. I would like to see Miami have a dominant game, anything to make our win look even better! San Diego State is usually a solid program, so North Carolina could have a decent game on their hands. Then obviously the big one with Virginia Tech and Ohio State. I guess you could say I am very wrapped up in this whole ACC thing. College football is fun. Oh, and Go Cards!
Here is the full schedule of games for the ACC. It looks like it is ESPN3 day for the conference.
Pittsburgh 30 – Boston College 20
(23) Clemson vs South Carolina State 12:30 pm ET ACC Network
Virginia vs Richmond 3:30 pm ET ESPN3
Tulane vs Georgia Tech 4:00 pm ET ESPNews
NC State vs Old Dominion 6:00 pm ET ESPN3
Wake Forest vs Gardner-Webb 6:30 pm ET ESPN3
(25) Louisville vs Murray State 7:00 pm ET ESPN3
Troy vs Duke 7:00 pm ET ESPN3
Miami vs Florida A&M 7:00 pm ET ESPN3
(1) Florida State vs Citadel 7:30 pm ET ACC Network
(21) North Carolina vs San Diego State 8:00 pm ET ESPNews
(8) Ohio State vs Virginia Tech 8:00 ESPN
Posted on September 6, 2014, in Football, Louisville Athletics and tagged Boston College Eagles, Clemson Tigers, Duke Blue Devils, Florida State Seminoles, Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, louisville cardinals, Louisville Cardinals Football, Miami Hurricanes, NC State Wolfpack, North Carolina Tar Heels, Pittsburgh Panthers, Virginia Cavaliers, Virginia Tech Hokies, Wake Forest Deamon Deacons. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.