Monday, February 27, 2012

2012 ACC football schedule released

 The ACC released the 2012 ACC football schedule Monday: 

 2012 ACC football schedule

Friday, Aug. 31
Tennessee vs. N.C. State, Chick-fil-A Kickoff, Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga.

Saturday, Sept. 1
 Auburn vs. Clemson,Chick-fil-A Kickoff, Georgia Dome, Atlanta, Ga.
Miami at Boston College
Florida International at Duke
Murray State at Florida State
William & Mary at Maryland
Elon at North Carolina
Richmond at Virginia
Liberty at Wake Forest

Monday, Sept. 3
Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech, ESPN, 8 p.m.

Saturday, Sept. 8
Maine at Boston College
Ball State at Clemson
Duke at Stanford
Savannah State at Florida State
Presbyterian at Georgia Tech
Maryland at Temple
Miami at Kansas State
North Carolina at Wake Forest
N.C. State at Connecticut
Penn State at Virginia
Austin Peay at Virginia Tech

Saturday, Sept. 15
Boston College at Northwestern
Furman at Clemson
N.C. Central at Duke
Wake Forest at Florida State
Virginia at Georgia Tech
Connecticut at Maryland
Bethune-Cookman at Miami
North Carolina at Louisville
South Alabama at N.C. State
Virginia Tech at Pittsburgh

Saturday, Sept. 22
Memphis at Duke
Clemson at Florida State
Miami at Georgia Tech
Maryland at West Virginia
East Carolina at North Carolina
The Citadel at N.C. State
Virginia at TCU
Bowling Green at Virginia Tech
Army at Wake Forest

Saturday, Sept. 29
Clemson at Boston College
Duke at Wake Forest
N.C. State at Miami
Florida State at South Florida
Middle Tennessee at Georgia Tech
Idaho at North Carolina
Louisiana Tech at Virginia
Virginia Tech at Cincinnati, FedEx Field, Landover, Md.

Saturday, Oct. 6
Miami at Notre Dame, Soldier Field, Chicago, Ill.
Boston College at Army
Georgia Tech at Clemson
Virginia at Duke
Florida State at N.C. State
Wake Forest at Maryland
Virginia Tech at North Carolina

Saturday, Oct. 13
Boston College at Florida State
Duke at Virginia Tech
Maryland at Virginia
North Carolina at Miami

Saturday, Oct. 20
Boston College at Georgia Tech
Virginia Tech at Clemson
North Carolina at Duke
Florida State at Miami
NC State at Maryland
Wake Forest at Virginia

Thursday, Oct. 25
Clemson at Wake Forest, ESPN

Saturday, Oct. 27
BYU at Georgia Tech
Maryland at Boston College
Duke at Florida State
N.C. State at North Carolina

Thursday, Nov. 1
Virginia Tech at Miami, ESPN

Saturday, Nov. 3
Boston College at Wake Forest
Clemson at Duke
Georgia Tech at Maryland
Virginia at N.C. State

Thursday, November 8
Florida State at Virginia Tech, ESPN

Saturday, Nov. 10
Notre Dame at Boston College
Maryland at Clemson
Georgia Tech at North Carolina
Miami at Virginia
Wake Forest at N.C. State

Thursday, Nov. 15
North Carolina at Virginia, ESPN

Saturday, Nov. 17

South Florida at Miami
Virginia Tech at Boston College
N.C. State at Clemson
Duke at Georgia Tech
Florida State at Maryland
Wake Forest at Notre Dame

Saturday, Nov. 24
Boston College at N.C. State
South Carolina at Clemson
Miami at Duke
Florida at Florida State
Georgia Tech at Georgia
Maryland at North Carolina
Virginia at Virginia Tech
Vanderbilt at Wake Forest

Saturday, December 1 
Dr Pepper ACC Championship Game, Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte


rheck said...

Wow! 2 nights of football in a row at the Georgia Dome!!!

Charlotte Dentist

Anonymous said...

Florida International at Duke...CAN'T WAIT! Maybe Dook can schedule a game against UNCC soon. Dook 0 UNCC

Anonymous said...

FIU at Duke? What about Elon-UNC! The Burlington-Chapel Hill corridor will be electric with anticipation!

Squirming Coil said...

Really Dook fan? Spouting off in a football article? Now that is funny!

Anonymous said...

FIU won its conference last year and played in a bowl. They play in the FBS. Elon plays in the FCS (formerly know as division 1-AA).

Anonymous said...

Duke should look into playing in the FCS too

Anonymous said...

Carolina has a proud football tradition. Bwahahahaha! UNC-Cheat

Anonymous said...

I see UNCheat is playing their usual non conference powerhouse schedule of cupcake U,bottomfeeder st,twinkee union,and beat em up U.Maybe the tarholes can go 7-5again,cheat at recruiting and academics,and go to another meaningless bowl game.Maybe UNCheat will schedule some REAL football powers and gain some credibility! NOT!

Anonymous said...

Boo hoo, BOWL BAN for the UNCheaters ... does that mean they have to return their Car Care Bowl Runner-up t-shirts??

Remember...there are no shortcuts to utter mediocrity, Chapel Hill!

Anonymous said...

All that UNCheating and you couldn't even beat State, let alone contend in the ACC.

Enjoy the sanctions for the next 3 years, and call me when you win that ACC title 32 years in the