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ACC releases 2007 football schedule

Posted Thursday, January 25, 2007

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2007 ACC football schedule includes 24 non-conference games against 2006 bowl participants.

Greensboro, NC - The 2007 Atlantic Coast Conference football schedule released yesterday by Commissioner John D. Swofford is comprised of 96 games, including 48 conference match-ups, over a span of 13 weeks.

Twenty-four of the league's 48 non-conference games (50 percent) are against 18 teams that earned bowl berths in 2006 including defending national champion Florida, third-ranked LSU and No. 6 Louisville. In all, seven of the non-conference games are scheduled against five opponents - Florida, LSU, Louisville, Notre Dame (three games) and Oklahoma - that comprised half of the teams that played in BCS bowl games this past season. Eight of the 17 non-conference opponents were ranked in last season's final polls.

Non-conference opponents who earned bowl bids this past season are Alabama, Central Michigan, East Carolina (3 games), Florida, Georgia, Louisville, LSU, Middle Tennessee State, Navy (2), Nebraska, Notre Dame (3), Ohio, Oklahoma, Rutgers, South Carolina (2), South Florida, Texas A&M and West Virginia. In addition, two other non-conference opponents, Pittsburgh (vs. Virginia, Sept. 29) and Wyoming (vs. Virginia, Sept. 1), were bowl-eligible with 6-6 records.

The 2007 ACC football schedule is as follows:

 

 


WEEK by WEEK


Saturday, September 1
Wake Forest at Boston College
Connecticut at Duke
Georgia Tech at Notre Dame
Villanova at Maryland
Marshall at Miami
James Madison at North Carolina
Central Florida at NC State
Virginia at Wyoming
East Carolina at Virginia Tech

Monday, September 3
Florida State at Clemson

Saturday, September 8
NC State at Boston College
Louisiana-Monroe at Clemson
Duke at Virginia
Alabama-Birmingham at Florida State
Samford at Georgia Tech
Maryland at Florida International
Miami at Oklahoma
North Carolina at East Carolina
Virginia Tech at LSU
Nebraska at Wake Forest

Thursday, September 13
West Virginia at Maryland

Saturday, September 15
Boston College at Georgia Tech
Furman at Clemson
Duke at Northwestern
Florida State at Colorado
Florida International at Miami
Virginia at North Carolina
Wofford at NC State
Ohio University at Virginia Tech
Army at Wake Forest

Thursday, September 20
Texas A&M at Miami

Saturday, September 22
Army at Boston College
Clemson at NC State
Duke at Navy
Georgia Tech at Virginia
Maryland at Wake Forest
North Carolina at South Florida
William & Mary at Virginia Tech

Saturday, September 29
Massachusetts at Boston College
Clemson at Georgia Tech
Duke at Miami
Florida State vs. Alabama (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Maryland at Rutgers
North Carolina at Virginia Tech
Louisville at NC State (date TBA - Thursday, Sept. 27 or Saturday, Sept. 29)
Pittsburgh at Virginia

Saturday, October 6
Bowling Green at Boston College
Virginia Tech at Clemson
Wake Forest at Duke
NC State at Florida State
Georgia Tech at Maryland
Miami at North Carolina
Virginia at Middle Tennessee State

Thursday, October 11
Florida State at Wake Forest

Saturday, October 13
Boston College at Notre Dame
Virginia Tech at Duke
Georgia Tech at Miami
South Carolina at North Carolina
Connecticut at Virginia

Saturday, October 20
Central Michigan at Clemson
Miami at Florida State
Army at Georgia Tech
Virginia at Maryland
NC State at East Carolina
Wake Forest at Navy

Thursday, October 25
Boston College at Virginia Tech

Saturday, October 27
Clemson at Maryland
Duke at Florida State
North Carolina at Wake Forest
Virginia at NC State

Thursday, November 1
Virginia Tech at Georgia Tech

Saturday, November 3
Florida State at Boston College
Clemson at Duke
Maryland at North Carolina
NC State at Miami
Wake Forest at Virginia

Saturday, November 10
Boston College at Maryland
Wake Forest at Clemson
Georgia Tech at Duke
Florida State at Virginia Tech
Georgia Tech at Duke
Virginia at Miami
North Carolina at NC State

Saturday, November 17
Boston College at Clemson
Duke at Notre Dame
Maryland at Florida State
North Carolina at Georgia Tech
Miami at Virginia Tech
NC State at Wake Forest

Saturday, November 24
Miami at Boston College
Clemson at South Carolina
Duke at North Carolina
Florida State at Florida
Georgia at Georgia Tech
Maryland at NC State
Virginia Tech at Virginia
Wake Forest at Vanderbilt

 

 

 

 


TEAM by TEAM


Boston College

Sept. 1
Wake Forest

Sept. 8
NC State

Sept. 15
at Georgia Tech

Sept. 22
Army

Sept. 29
Massachusetts

Oct. 6
Bowling Green

Oct. 13
at Notre Dame

Oct. 20
Open

Oct. 25
at Virginia Tech (Thursday)

Nov. 3
Florida State

Nov. 10
at Maryland

Nov. 17
at Clemson

Nov. 24
Miami

 


Clemson

Sept. 3
Florida State (Monday)

Sept. 8
Louisiana Monroe

Sept. 15
Furman

Sept. 22
at NC State

Sept. 29
at Georgia Tech

Oct. 6
Virginia Tech

Oct. 13
Open

Oct. 20
Central Michigan

Oct. 27
at Maryland

Nov. 3
at Duke

Nov. 10
Wake Forest

Nov. 17
Boston College

Nov. 24
at South Carolina

 


Duke

Sept. 1
Connecticut

Sept.8
at Virginia

Sept. 15
at Northwestern

Sept. 22
at Navy

Sept. 29
at Miami

Oct. 6
Wake Forest

Oct. 13
Virginia Tech

Oct. 20
Open

Oct. 27
at Florida State

Nov. 3
Clemson

Nov. 10
Georgia Tech

Nov. 17
at Notre Dame

Nov. 24
at North Carolina

 


Florida State

Sept. 3
at Clemson (Monday)

Sept. 8
UAB

Sept. 15
at Colorado

Sept. 22
Open

Sept. 29
Alabama (Jacksonville)

Oct. 6
NC State

Oct. 11
at Wake Forest (Thursday)

Oct. 20
Miami

Oct. 27
Duke

Nov. 3
at Boston College

Nov. 10
at Virginia Tech

Nov. 17
Maryland

Nov. 24
at Florida

 


Georgia Tech

Sept. 1
at Notre Dame

Sept. 8
Samford

Sept. 15
Boston College

Sept. 22
at Virginia

Sept. 29
Clemson

Oct. 6
at Maryland

Oct. 13
at Miami

Oct. 20
Army

Oct. 27
Open

Nov. 1
Virginia Tech (Thursday)

Nov. 10
at Duke

Nov. 17
North Carolina

Nov. 24
Georgia

 


Maryland

Sept. 1
Villanova

Sept. 8
at Florida International

Sept. 13
West Virginia (Thursday)

Sept. 22
at Wake Forest

Sept. 29
at Rutgers

Oct. 6
Georgia Tech

Oct. 13
Open

Oct. 20
Virginia

Oct. 27
Clemson

Nov. 3
at North Carolina

Nov. 10
Boston College

Nov. 17
at Florida State

Nov. 24
at NC State

 


Miami

Sept. 1
Marshall

Sept. 8
at Oklahoma

Sept. 15
Florida International

Sept. 20
Texas A&M (Thursday)

Sept. 29
Duke

Oct. 6
at North Carolina

Oct. 13
Georgia Tech

Oct. 20
at Florida State

Oct. 27
Open

Nov. 3
NC State

Nov. 10
Virginia

Nov. 17
at Virginia Tech

Nov. 24
at Boston College

 


North Carolina

Sept. 1
James Madison

Sept. 8
at East Carolina

Sept. 15
Virginia

Sept. 22
at South Florida

Sept. 29
at Virginia Tech

Oct. 6
Miami

Oct. 13
South Carolina

Oct. 20
Open

Oct. 27
at Wake Forest

Nov. 3
Maryland

Nov. 10
at NC State

Nov. 17
at Georgia Tech

Nov. 24
Duke

 


NC State

Sept. 1
Central Florida

Sept. 8
at Boston College

Sept. 15
Wofford

Sept. 22
Clemson

Sept. 29
Louisville (or Sept. 27)

Oct. 6
at Florida State

Oct. 13
Open

Oct. 20
at East Carolina

Oct. 27
Virginia

Nov. 3
at Miami

Nov. 10
North Carolina

Nov. 17
at Wake Forest

Nov. 24
Maryland

 


Virginia

Sept. 1
at Wyoming

Sept. 8
Duke

Sept. 15
at North Carolina

Sept. 22
Georgia Tech

Sept. 29
Pittsburgh

Oct. 6
at Middle Tennessee State

Oct. 13
Connecticut

Oct. 20
at Maryland

Oct. 27
at NC State

Nov. 3
Wake Forest

Nov. 10
at Miami

Nov. 17
Open

Nov. 24
Virginia Tech

 


Virginia Tech

Sept. 1
East Carolina

Sept. 8
at LSU

Sept. 15
Ohio University

Sept. 22
William & Mary

Sept. 29
North Carolina

Oct. 6
at Clemson

Oct. 13
at Duke

Oct. 20
Open

Oct. 25
Boston College (Thursday)

Nov. 1
at Georgia Tech (Thursday)

Nov. 10
Florida State

Nov. 17
Miami

Nov. 24
at Virginia

 


Wake Forest

Sept. 1
at Boston College

Sept. 8
Nebraska

Sept. 15
Army

Sept. 22
Maryland

Sept. 29
Open

Oct. 6
at Duke

Oct. 11
Florida State (Thursday)

Oct. 20
at Navy

Oct. 27
North Carolina

Nov. 3
at Virginia

Nov. 10
at Clemson

Nov. 17
NC State

Nov. 24
at Vanderbilt

 
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