Boston College Game Set for Noon Kickoff

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CLEMSON -- The Clemson-Boston College game on September 24 has been set for a noon kickoff, the ACC announced today. The game will be televised by JP Sports/Raycom. Boston College has returned a small allotment of tickets for the game that had previously been announced as a sell out.

The tickets are available in the athletic ticket office located at gate 9 of Memorial Stadium between 8:00am and 4:30pm, by calling the ticket office at 1-800-253-6766 and online at

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ACC Schedule

Saturday, September 24

Colorado at Miami, ABC, 12 pm


XM Radio Channel-TBA

Boston College at Clemson, JP Sports/Raycom, 12 pm (split network)

Announcers-- TBA

XM Radio Channel--TBA

North Carolina at NC State, JP Sports/Raycom, 12 pm (split network)


XM Radio Channel-TBA

Georgia Tech at Virginia Tech, ABC, 3:30 pm


XM Radio Channel--TBA

Maryland at Wake Forest, ESPNU, 3:30 pm


XM Radio Channel--TBA

Duke at Virginia, ESPN 360, 3:30 pm


XM Radio Channel--TBA

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