- Brian Wilmer - October 29, 2015
Clear Your Schedule for Week 9 of the 2015 ACC football season includes Clemson-NC State and Miami-Duke.
- Kevin Kelley - October 20, 2015
The NC State Wolfpack and the South Carolina Gamecocks will open the 2017 season in Charlotte in the Belk College Kickoff Game.
- Kevin Kelley - October 19, 2015
The Louisville Cardinals have completed their 2017 non-conference football schedule with the additions of Kent State and Murray State.
- Brian Wilmer - October 17, 2015
In the immortal words of a famous announcer, “it’s…tiiiiiiiime”. The ACC is starting to take shape — such as it is — and we’re well in the throes of conference play. The prevailing narrative seems to be “Separation Saturday”, and we might not see a whole lot of separation in this league until the final…
- Kevin Kelley - October 13, 2015
The Boston College Eagles are set to add UConn and Wagner to their future football schedules, according to a report.
- Brian Wilmer - October 9, 2015
Greetings, Sixer participants (and readers)! One thing you’ll learn about this weekly space is that there are some weeks where games you don’t expect make the cut. It may be that there is a dearth of top-notch P5 action, or it may be that I throw in a “whammy week” (those who have been playing…
- Kevin Kelley - October 7, 2015
The Florida Gators and the Miami Hurricanes will open the 2019 season in Orlando, The Orlando Sentinel has reported.
- Brian Wilmer - October 7, 2015
Seven games involving ACC teams fill the slate this week, including Georgia Tech at #6 (AP) Clemson and Miami at #1 Florida State.
- Brian Wilmer - September 30, 2015
It’s Week 5 in the ACC, and what better way to celebrate than with…five ACC matchups? Two games will involve members of the always-wacky Coastal Division, with the chance to start our favorite condition, Coastal Chaos. Of course, as we mentioned here last week, the loser of Duke-Georgia Tech (which, as you know, was Georgia…
- Brian Wilmer - September 25, 2015
Well, well, well. We’re through three weeks here in The Sixer, and as is always the case, nothing (or, very little) is going according to plan. I’m not the quality prognosticator our buddy Eric Taylor is — as will be clear to all of you in just a bit — which is only to show you…