ACC Early Season 2014 Football TV Schedule Announced

By Kevin Kelley -
ACC

The ACC early season 2014 football TV schedule has been announced, which features 21 games on the ESPN networks.

Two non-conference games highlight the schedule during the first week. UCLA at Virginia kicks off at noon on ESPN, followed later by Florida State vs. Oklahoma State at 8pm on ABC.

The first ACC match-up is on Labor Day, Monday, Sept. 1 when the Miami Hurricanes travel to face new ACC member Louisville. The game will be televised by ESPN at 8pm ET.

The 2014 Dr. Pepper ACC Championship Game will kickoff at either 7:45 or 8 p.m. ET and will be televised by ABC or ESPN.

Listed below are the ACC games have been selected for television as of May 20:

Thursday, Aug. 28
Wake Forest at ULM – 7pm ET, ESPNU

Friday, Aug. 29
Villanova at Syracuse – 7:30pm ET, ESPN3

Saturday, Aug. 30
Boston College at UMass – TBA
Clemson at Georgia – TBA
Delaware at Pittsburgh – Noon ET, ESPN3
Elon at Duke – 6pm ET, ESPN3
Florida State vs. Oklahoma State – 8pm ET, ABC
Georgia Southern at NC State – 12:30pm ET, ACC Network
Liberty at North Carolina – 6pm ET, ESPN3
UCLA at Virginia – Noon ET, ESPN
William & Mary at Virginia Tech – 3:30pm ET, ESPN3
Wofford at Georgia Tech – 12:30pm ET, RSN

Monday, Sept. 1
Miami (FL) at Louisville – 8pm ET, ESPN

Friday, Sept. 5
Pittsburgh at Boston College – 7pm ET, ESPN

Saturday, Sept. 6
Duke at Troy – 7pm ET, TBA
Florida A&M at Miami (FL) – 7pm ET, ESPN3
Gardner-Webb at Wake Forest – 6:30pm ET, ESPN3
Georgia Tech at Tulane – TBA
Murray State at Louisville – 7pm ET, ESPN3
Old Dominion at NC State – 6pm ET, ESPN3
Richmond at Virginia – 3:30pm ET, ESPN3
San Diego State at North Carolina – 8pm ET, ESPNews
South Carolina State at Clemson – 12:30pm ET, ACC Network
The Citadel at Florida State – 7:30pm ET, RSN
Virginia Tech at Ohio State – 8pm ET, ESPN

Saturday, Sept. 13
Arkansas State at Miami (FL) – 3:30pm ET, ESPNU
East Carolina at Virginia Tech – Noon, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2
Georgia Southern at Georgia Tech – Noon ET, RSN
Kansas at Duke -3:30pm ET, RSN
Louisville at Virginia – 12:30pm ET, ACC Network
NC State at USF – TBA
Pittsburgh at FIU – TBA
Syracuse at Central Michigan – TBA
USC at Boston College – 8pm ET, ABC/ESPN/ESPN2
Wake Forest at Utah State – 7pm ET, CBSSN

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One Comment to ACC Early Season 2014 Football TV Schedule Announced

  1. jason said....

    seems a lot more night games early in the season.. not bad considering the south is toasty that time of year.

    June 3, 2014 at 3:49 am

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