It’s time to rank the toughest 2013 ACC non-conference football schedules. Be sure to read the other conference rankings, too.Read Full Story »
The 2013 ACC Football Helmet Schedule is now available. The schedule, which is in PDF format, features the team helmets, date, and opponent for each ACC team.
Pittsburgh and Syracuse join the ACC for the 2013 season. Pitt will be in the Coastal Division with Duke, Georgia Tech, Miami, North Carolina, Virginia, and Virginia Tech. Syracuse was placed in the Atlantic Division, joining Boston College, Clemson, Florida State, Maryland, NC State, and Wake Forest.Read Full Story »
The 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.Read Full Story »
The Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) has announced the home and road football opponents and sites for the 2013 season.
Pittsburgh and Syracuse join the conference for 2013, which gives the ACC a total of 14 members. Due to their addition, a number of changes were made to the scheduling format.
Each ACC team will play eight conference games in football (four home and four away), six games within their division (three home, three away) and two games (one home, one away) with crossover opponents from the opposite division.Read Full Story »
The Boston College Eagles have added a game against New Mexico State to their 2013 football schedule and will open the season vs. Stony Brook, several sources have reported.
The Stony Brook Seawolves will visit Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill to open the 2013 season on Aug. 31. This matchup was previously reported, but the date was recently reported by Newsday writer Greg Logan (via BCInterruption.com).
Stony Brook, a member of the Colonial Athletic Association in the FCS, has never faced Boston College in football.Read Full Story »