Kickoff Set for Wake Forest Game / Georgia Tech Game Sold Out


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The Clemson at Wake Forest game on October 7 will be televised by ESPN or ESPN Classic (depending on the outcome of the MLB playoffs) and will have a Noon kickoff.


The Clemson vs. Georgia Tech game on October 21 is a sell out. Clemson ticket manager Travis Furbee made the announcement on Monday. That will give Clemson its second home sellout of the year. The North Carolina game this past Saturday was also sold out. A limited number of tickets remain for this Saturday's game with Louisiana Tech. That contest will kickoff at 7:00 PM and will be televised by ESPNU.


ACC Games on Saturday, Sept. 30

(All Times Eastern)


Louisiana Tech at Clemson, ESPNU, 7 pm

Announcers-TBA

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

Announcers-TBA

Virginia at Duke, Lincoln Financial Sports/Raycom, 12 pm

Announcers-Steve Martin (play-by-play); Rick Walker (analyst); Scott

Pryzwansky (sidelines)

Houston at Miami, ESPN2, 6 pm

Announcers--TBA


Maine at Boston College, ESPN 360, 1 pm

Announcers--TBA

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