2014 ACC Football Schedules Announced

By Kevin Kelley -
ACC

The 2014 ACC Football Schedules were officially announced today. Conference play begins on Labor Day (Monday, Sept. 1) when the Miami Hurricanes travel to face the Louisville Cardinals.

The Louisville Cardinals are a new member in the ACC beginning with the 2014 season and they will compete in the Atlantic Division. Louisville takes the place of Maryland, which is leaving for the Big Ten Conference.

Featured 2014 non-conference match-ups include USC at Boston College, Clemson at Georgia, Kansas at Duke, Florida State vs. Oklahoma State (at Arlington, TX), Notre Dame at Florida State, Georgia Tech at Georgia, Louisville at Notre Dame, Miami (FL) at Nebraska, NC State at USF, North Carolina at Notre Dame, Iowa at Pittsburgh, Syracuse vs. Notre Dame (at E. Rutherford, NJ), UCLA at Virginia, Virginia Tech at Ohio State, and Wake Forest at Utah State.

“This is an exciting time in ACC Football, and as we look ahead to the 2014 season, it’s clear that our teams have once again combined for a strong lineup of nonconference opponents, along with our competitive league schedule,” said ACC Commissioner John Swofford. “In addition to the overall schedule and season, we look forward to welcoming Louisville into the ACC and beginning our annual scheduling agreement with Notre Dame.”

The ACC will have five games nationally-televised by ESPN on Thursday nights: Virginia Tech at Pitt (Oct. 16), Miami at Virginia Tech (Oct. 23), Florida State at Louisville (Oct. 30), Clemson at Wake Forest (Nov. 6) and North Carolina at Duke (Nov. 20).

There will also be three nationally televised games on Friday night: Pitt at Boston College (Sept. 5, ESPN or ESPN2), Louisville at Syracuse (Oct. 3, ESPN or ESPN2) and Virginia at Virginia Tech (Thanksgiving Friday, Nov. 28).

The 2014 ACC Championship Game will be on Saturday, Dec. 6.

2014 ACC Football Schedules (composite schedule below)

Atlantic Division

Coastal Division

2014 ACC COMPOSITE FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

Thursday, August 28
Wake Forest at ULM

Saturday, August 30
Boston College at UMass
Clemson at Georgia
Elon at Duke
Oklahoma State vs. Florida State (at Arlington, TX)
Wofford at Georgia Tech
Liberty at North Carolina
Georgia Southern at NC State
Delaware at Pitt
Villanova at Syracuse
UCLA at Virginia
William & Mary at Virginia Tech

Monday, September 1
Miami at Louisville, 8pm ET, ESPN

Friday, September 5
Pitt at Boston College, ESPN/ESPN2

Saturday, September 6
South Carolina State at Clemson
Duke at Troy
The Citadel at Florida State
Georgia Tech at Tulane
Murray State at Louisville
Florida A&M at Miami
San Diego State at North Carolina
Old Dominion at NC State
Richmond at Virginia
Virginia Tech at Ohio State
Gardner-Webb at Wake Forest

Saturday, September 13
Southern California at Boston College
Kansas at Duke
Georgia Southern at Georgia Tech
Arkansas State at Miami
NC State at South Florida
Pitt at Florida International
Syracuse at Central Michigan
Louisville at Virginia
East Carolina at Virginia Tech
Wake Forest at Utah State

Saturday, September 20
Maine at Boston College
Tulane at Duke
Clemson at Florida State
Louisville at Florida International
Miami at Nebraska
North Carolina at East Carolina
Presbyterian at NC State
Iowa at Pitt
Maryland at Syracuse
Virginia at BYU
Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech
Army at Wake Forest

Saturday, September 27
Colorado State at Boston College
North Carolina at Clemson
Wake Forest at Louisville
Duke at Miami
Florida State at NC State
Akron at Pitt
Notre Dame at Syracuse
Kent State at Virginia
Western Michigan at Virginia Tech

Friday, October 3
Louisville at Syracuse, ESPN/ESPN2

Saturday, October 4
NC State at Clemson
Wake Forest at Florida State
Miami at Georgia Tech
Virginia Tech at North Carolina
Pitt at Virginia

Saturday, October 11
Louisville at Clemson
Duke at Georgia Tech
Cincinnati at Miami
North Carolina at Notre Dame
Boston College at NC State
Florida State at Syracuse

Thursday, October 16
Virginia Tech at Pitt, ESPN

Saturday, October 18
Clemson at Boston College
Virginia at Duke
Notre Dame at Florida State
NC State at Louisville
Georgia Tech at North Carolina
Syracuse at Wake Forest

Thursday, October 23
Miami at Virginia Tech, ESPN

Saturday, October 25
Syracuse at Clemson
Georgia Tech at Pitt
North Carolina at Virginia
Boston College at Wake Forest

Thursday, October 30
Florida State at Louisville, ESPN

Saturday, November 1
Virginia at Georgia Tech
North Carolina at Miami
Duke at Pitt
NC State at Syracuse
Boston College at Virginia Tech

Thursday, November 6
Clemson at Wake Forest, ESPN

Saturday, November 8
Louisville at Boston College
Virginia at Florida State
Georgia Tech at NC State
Duke at Syracuse

Saturday, November 15
Virginia Tech at Duke
Clemson at Georgia Tech
Florida State at Miami
Pitt at North Carolina
Wake Forest at NC State

Thursday, November 20
North Carolina at Duke, ESPN

Saturday, November 22
Georgia State at Clemson
Boston College at Florida State
Louisville at Notre Dame
Syracuse at Pitt
Miami at Virginia
Virginia Tech at Wake Forest

Friday, November 28
Virginia at Virginia Tech

Saturday, November 29
Syracuse at Boston College
South Carolina at Clemson
Wake Forest at Duke
Florida at Florida State
Georgia Tech at Georgia
Kentucky at Louisville
Pitt at Miami
NC State at North Carolina

Saturday, December 6
Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game (at Charlotte, NC)

2014 ACC TEAM-BY-TEAM SCHEDULES

BOSTON COLLEGE

  • Aug. 30 at UMass
  • Sept. 5 PITT, Friday, ESPN/ESPN2
  • Sept. 13 SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
  • Sept. 20 MAINE
  • Sept. 27 COLORADO STATE
  • Oct. 4 OPEN
  • Oct. 11 at NC State
  • Oct. 18 CLEMSON
  • Oct. 25 at Wake Forest
  • Nov. 1 at Virginia Tech
  • Nov. 8 LOUISVILLE
  • Nov. 15 OPEN
  • Nov. 22 at Florida State
  • Nov. 29 SYRACUSE

CLEMSON

  • Aug. 30 at Georgia
  • Sept. 6 SOUTH CAROLINA STATE
  • Sept. 13 OPEN
  • Sept. 20 at Florida State
  • Sept. 27 NORTH CAROLINA
  • Oct. 4 NC STATE
  • Oct. 11 LOUISVILLE
  • Oct. 18 at Boston College
  • Oct. 25 SYRACUSE
  • Nov. 1 OPEN
  • Nov. 6 at Wake Forest, Thursday, ESPN
  • Nov. 15 at Georgia Tech
  • Nov. 22 GEORGIA STATE
  • Nov. 29 SOUTH CAROLINA

DUKE

  • Aug. 30 ELON
  • Sept. 6 at Troy
  • Sept. 13 KANSAS
  • Sept. 20 TULANE
  • Sept. 27 at Miami
  • Oct. 4 OPEN
  • Oct. 11 at Georgia Tech
  • Oct. 18 VIRGINIA
  • Oct. 25 OPEN
  • Nov. 1 at Pitt
  • Nov. 8 at Syracuse
  • Nov. 15 VIRGINIA TECH
  • Nov. 20 NORTH CAROLINA, Thursday, ESPN
  • Nov. 29 WAKE FOREST

FLORIDA STATE

  • Aug. 30 OKLAHOMA STATE (at Arlington, TX)
  • Sept. 6 THE CITADEL
  • Sept. 13 OPEN
  • Sept. 20 CLEMSON
  • Sept. 27 at NC State
  • Oct. 4 WAKE FOREST
  • Oct. 11 at Syracuse
  • Oct. 18 NOTRE DAME
  • Oct. 25 OPEN
  • Oct. 30 at Louisville, Thursday, ESPN
  • Nov. 8 VIRGINIA
  • Nov. 15 at Miami
  • Nov. 22 BOSTON COLLEGE
  • Nov. 29 FLORIDA

GEORGIA TECH

  • Aug. 30 WOFFORD
  • Sept. 6 at Tulane
  • Sept. 13 GEORGIA SOUTHERN
  • Sept. 20 at Virginia Tech
  • Sept. 27 OPEN
  • Oct. 4 MIAMI
  • Oct. 11 DUKE
  • Oct. 18 at North Carolina
  • Oct. 25 at Pitt
  • Nov. 1 VIRGINIA
  • Nov. 8 at NC State
  • Nov. 15 CLEMSON
  • Nov. 22 OPEN
  • Nov. 29 at Georgia

LOUISVILLE

  • Sept. 1 MIAMI, Monday, ESPN, 8pm ET
  • Sept. 6 MURRAY STATE
  • Sept. 13 at Virginia
  • Sept. 20 at Florida International
  • Sept. 27 WAKE FOREST
  • Oct. 3 at Syracuse, Friday, ESPN/ESPN2
  • Oct. 11 at Clemson
  • Oct. 18 NC STATE
  • Oct. 25 OPEN
  • Oct. 30 FLORIDA STATE, Thursday, ESPN
  • Nov. 8 at Boston College
  • Nov. 15 OPEN
  • Nov. 22 at Notre Dame
  • Nov. 29 KENTUCKY

MIAMI

  • Sept. 1 at Louisville, Monday, ESPN, 8pm ET
  • Sept. 6 FLORIDA A&M
  • Sept. 13 ARKANSAS STATE
  • Sept. 20 at Nebraska
  • Sept. 27 DUKE
  • Oct. 4 at Georgia Tech
  • Oct. 11 CINCINNATI
  • Oct. 18 OPEN
  • Oct. 23 at Virginia Tech, Thursday, ESPN
  • Nov. 1 NORTH CAROLINA
  • Nov. 8 OPEN
  • Nov. 15 FLORIDA STATE
  • Nov. 22 at Virginia
  • Nov. 29 PITT

NORTH CAROLINA

  • Aug. 30 LIBERTY
  • Sept. 6 SAN DIEGO STATE
  • Sept. 13 OPEN
  • Sept. 20 at East Carolina
  • Sept. 27 at Clemson
  • Oct. 4 VIRGINIA TECH
  • Oct. 11 at Notre Dame
  • Oct. 18 GEORGIA TECH
  • Oct. 25 at Virginia
  • Nov. 1 at Miami
  • Nov. 8 OPEN
  • Nov. 15 PITT
  • Nov. 20 at Duke, Thursday, ESPN
  • Nov. 29 NC STATE

NC STATE

  • Aug. 30 GEORGIA SOUTHERN
  • Sept. 6 OLD DOMINION
  • Sept. 13 at South Florida
  • Sept. 20 PRESBYTERIAN
  • Sept. 27 FLORIDA STATE
  • Oct. 4 at Clemson
  • Oct. 11 BOSTON COLLEGE
  • Oct. 18 at Louisville
  • Oct. 25 OPEN
  • Nov. 1 at Syracuse
  • Nov. 8 GEORGIA TECH
  • Nov. 15 WAKE FOREST
  • Nov. 22 OPEN
  • Nov. 29 at North Carolina

PITT

  • Aug. 30 DELAWARE
  • Sept. 5 at Boston College, Friday, ESPN/ESPN2
  • Sept. 13 at Florida International
  • Sept. 20 IOWA
  • Sept. 27 AKRON
  • Oct. 4 at Virginia
  • Oct. 11 OPEN
  • Oct. 16 VIRGINIA TECH, Thursday, ESPN
  • Oct. 25 GEORGIA TECH
  • Nov. 1 DUKE
  • Nov. 8 OPEN
  • Nov. 15 at North Carolina
  • Nov. 22 SYRACUSE
  • Nov. 29 at Miami

SYRACUSE

  • Aug. 30 VILLANOVA
  • Sept. 6 OPEN
  • Sept. 13 at Central Michigan
  • Sept. 20 MARYLAND
  • Sept. 27 NOTRE DAME
  • Oct. 3 LOUISVILLE, Friday, ESPN/ESPN2
  • Oct. 11 FLORIDA STATE
  • Oct. 18 at Wake Forest
  • Oct. 25 at Clemson
  • Nov. 1 NC STATE
  • Nov. 8 DUKE
  • Nov. 15 OPEN
  • Nov. 22 at Pitt
  • Nov. 29 at Boston College

VIRGINIA

  • Aug. 30 UCLA
  • Sept. 6 RICHMOND
  • Sept. 13 LOUISVILLE
  • Sept. 20 at BYU
  • Sept. 27 KENT STATE
  • Oct. 4 PITT
  • Oct. 11 OPEN
  • Oct. 18 at Duke
  • Oct. 25 NORTH CAROLINA
  • Nov. 1 at Georgia Tech
  • Nov. 8 at Florida State
  • Nov. 15 OPEN
  • Nov. 22 MIAMI
  • Nov. 28 at Virginia Tech, Friday

VIRGINIA TECH

  • Aug. 30 WILLIAM & MARY
  • Sept. 6 at Ohio State
  • Sept. 13 EAST CAROLINA
  • Sept. 20 GEORGIA TECH
  • Sept. 27 WESTERN MICHIGAN
  • Oct. 4 at North Carolina
  • Oct. 11 OPEN
  • Oct. 16 at Pitt,Thursday, ESPN
  • Oct. 23 MIAMI, Thursday, ESPN
  • Nov. 1 BOSTON COLLEGE
  • Nov. 8 OPEN
  • Nov. 15 at Duke
  • Nov. 22 at Wake Forest
  • Nov. 28 VIRGINIA, Friday

WAKE FOREST

  • Aug. 28 at Louisiana-Monroe, Thursday
  • Sept. 6 GARDNER-WEBB
  • Sept. 13 at Utah State
  • Sept. 20 ARMY
  • Sept. 27 at Louisville
  • Oct. 4 at Florida State
  • Oct. 11 OPEN
  • Oct. 18 SYRACUSE
  • Oct. 25 BOSTON COLLEGE
  • Nov. 1 OPEN
  • Nov. 6 CLEMSON, Thursday, ESPN
  • Nov. 15 at NC State
  • Nov. 22 VIRGINIA TECH
  • Nov. 29 at Duke
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5 Comments to 2014 ACC Football Schedules Announced

  1. SEC Writer said....

    Exciting to see the Kentucky-Louisville in-state rivalry move to rivalry weekend after Thanksgiving and join the other in-state ACC-SEC matchups that weekend.

    January 22, 2014 at 7:53 pm
  2. Evan Escher said....

    November 29 is a Saturday, not a Friday.

    January 22, 2014 at 10:17 pm
  3. Nate Pizzle said....

    I look forward to Wake Forest at Utah State and Virginia at BYU as well. Solid schedules all around for a pretty good conference.

    January 23, 2014 at 10:13 am
  4. Arlington Warrior said....

    And sorry, but Arlington, TX is not Dallas.

    January 23, 2014 at 10:16 am

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