2013 ACC Football Schedules announced

By Kevin Kelley -

ACCThe 2013 ACC Football Schedules were officially announced today. Conference play begins on Labor Day (Monday, Sept. 2) when Pittsburgh hosts Florida State.

Pittsburgh and Syracuse join the conference for 2013, which gives the ACC a total of 14 members. The Panthers will compete in the Coastal Division while the Orange will play in the Atlantic Division.

Featured 2013 non-conference match-ups include Boston College at USC, Georgia at Clemson, Navy at Duke, Florida State at Florida, Georgia Tech at BYU, West Virginia at Maryland, Florida at Miami (FL), Louisiana Tech at NC State, North Carolina at South Carolina, Notre Dame at Pittsburgh, Penn State vs. Syracuse (at E. Rutherford, NJ), Oregon at Virginia, Alabama vs. Virginia Tech (at Atlanta, GA), and Wake Forest at Vanderbilt.

The 2013 ACC Championship Game will be played at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, NC on Saturday, Dec. 7.

2013 ACC Football Schedules

Atlantic Division

Coastal Division

2013 ACC Composite Football Schedule

Thursday, Aug. 29
North Carolina at South Carolina
Presbyterian at Wake Forest

Friday, Aug. 30
Florida Atlantic at Miami
Saturday, Aug. 31
Villanova at Boston College
Georgia at Clemson
NC Central at Duke
Elon at Georgia Tech
Florida International at Maryland
Louisiana Tech at NC State
Penn State vs. Syracuse (at E. Rutherford, NJ)
BYU at Virginia
Alabama vs. Virginia Tech (at Atlanta, GA)

Monday, Sept. 2
Florida State at Pittsburgh

Friday, Sept. 6
Wake Forest at Boston College

Saturday, Sept. 7
South Carolina State at Clemson
Duke at Memphis
Old Dominion at Maryland
Florida at Miami
Middle Tennessee at North Carolina
Richmond at NC State
Syracuse at Northwestern
Oregon at Virginia
Western Carolina at Virginia Tech

Saturday, Sept. 14
Boston College at Southern California
Georgia Tech at Duke
Nevada at Florida State
Maryland at Connecticut
New Mexico at Pittsburgh
Wagner at Syracuse
Virginia Tech at East Carolina
ULM at Wake Forest

Thursday, Sept. 19
Clemson at NC State

Saturday, Sept. 21
Pittsburgh at Duke
Bethune-Cookman at Florida State
North Carolina at Georgia Tech
West Virginia vs. Maryland (at Baltimore, MD)
Savannah State at Miami
Tulane at Syracuse
VMI at Virginia
Marshall at Virginia Tech
Wake Forest at Army

Thursday, Sept. 26
Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech

Saturday, Sept. 28
Florida State at Boston College
Wake Forest at Clemson
Troy at Duke
Miami at South Florida
East Carolina at North Carolina
Central Michigan at NC State
Virginia at Pittsburgh

Saturday, Oct. 5
Army at Boston College
Clemson at Syracuse
Maryland at Florida State
Georgia Tech at Miami
North Carolina at Virginia Tech
NC State at Wake Forest
Ball State at Virginia

Saturday, Oct. 12
Boston College at Clemson
Navy at Duke
Georgia Tech at BYU
Virginia at Maryland
Syracuse at NC State
Pittsburgh at Virginia Tech

Thursday, Oct. 17
Miami at North Carolina

Saturday, Oct. 19
Florida State at Clemson
Duke at Virginia
Syracuse at Georgia Tech
Maryland at Wake Forest
Old Dominion at Pittsburgh

Saturday, Oct. 26
Boston College at North Carolina
Clemson at Maryland
Duke at Virginia Tech
NC State at Florida State
Georgia Tech at Virginia Wake
Forest at Miami Pittsburgh at Navy

Saturday, Nov. 2
Virginia Tech at Boston College
Clemson at Virginia
Miami at Florida State
Pittsburgh at Georgia Tech
North Carolina at NC State
Wake Forest at Syracuse

Saturday, Nov. 9
Boston College at New Mexico State
NC State at Duke
Florida State at Wake Forest
Syracuse at Maryland
Virginia Tech at Miami
Virginia at North Carolina
Notre Dame at Pittsburgh

Thursday, Nov. 14
Georgia Tech at Clemson, ESPN

Saturday, Nov. 16
NC State at Boston College
Miami at Duke
Syracuse at Florida State
Maryland at Virginia Tech
North Carolina at Pittsburgh

Saturday, Nov. 23
Boston College at Maryland
The Citadel at Clemson
Duke at Wake Forest
Idaho at Florida State
Alabama A&M at Georgia Tech
Virginia at Miami
Old Dominion at North Carolina
East Carolina at NC State
Pittsburgh at Syracuse

Friday, Nov. 29
Miami at Pittsburgh

Saturday, Nov. 30
Boston College at Syracuse
Clemson at South Carolina
Duke at North Carolina
Florida State at Florida
Georgia at Georgia Tech
Maryland at NC State
Virginia Tech at Virginia
Wake Forest at Vanderbilt

Saturday, Dec. 7
2013 Dr Pepper ACC Championship Game (at Charlotte, NC)

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10 Comments to 2013 ACC Football Schedules announced

  1. Dan said....

    fsu plays at home vs syracuse

    February 25, 2013 at 3:19 pm
  2. chris earing said....

    according to our schedule guy the wagner game will count towards bowl eligibility

    February 25, 2013 at 4:11 pm
    • Shawn D said....

      Chris, your schedule guy can say that, but the NCAA bylaws clearly state requirements for a game to count for bowl eligibility and Wagner does not meet them. (not enough scholarships)

      February 26, 2013 at 8:37 am
  3. John said....

    GO NOLES!

    February 25, 2013 at 6:48 pm
  4. AJ said....

    Like the season-ending matchups!! Hopefully when Louisville comes in to replace Maryland, there will be some shuffling done, so that Louisville doesn’t end with NC State. NC State should end with Wake Forest, Wake Forest’s current season-ending partner Vanderbilt should end with Tennessee, and Tennessee’s current season-ending partner Kentucky should end with Louisville (bringing it full circle).

    February 26, 2013 at 12:11 pm
    • Josh said....

      That’s actually a great idea. I think Tennessee likes ending with Kentucky, though. They would have to move their game with the ‘Cats.

      November 14, 2013 at 3:02 pm
  5. chris earing said....

    got confirmation that the syracuse wagner game counts towards bowl eligibility.

    [quote]A Wagner official on Thursday backed up Syracuse’s assertion that SU’s home opener against the Seahawks would count toward bowl eligibility.[/quote]

    [quote]Wagner, which competes in the Northeast Conference of the Football Championship Subdivision, is allowed to offer 40 scholarships. In order for a victory against an FCS opponent to count toward bowl eligibility, the NCAA requires the FCS team to supply aid at at least 90 percent of the 63 scholarship limit allowed over a rolling two-year period.

    In other words, the school must supply aid to at least 57 players.

    Jim Gibbons, Wagner’s assistant athletic director for academics and compliance, confirmed his school is able to grant any aid — but not federal aid— to a football player and have it count toward the 57 requirement.

    Gibbons said Wagner currently sits at 61 scholarships.[/quote]

    http://www.syracuse.com/orangefootball/index.ssf/2013/02/syracuse_wagner_count_toward_b.html#incart_river_default

    February 28, 2013 at 5:16 pm

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