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Student-athletes attending the 2011 ACC Football Kickoff[Jul. 21, 2011]
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced the names of the 24 football student-athletes who have been chosen by its 12 league schools to attend the 2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Football Kickoff, July 24-25 at the Pinehurst Resort located in Pinehurst, N.C.
Duke football three game mini plans now available[Jul. 17, 2011]
Can’t make it to every game at Wallace Wade Stadium this season? Order a 3-Game Mini Plan! The 3-Game Mini Plans include one reserved seat in Wallace Wade Stadium for only $99, and fans may choose between the Blue Plan (home games vs. Stanford, Florida State and Tulane) or White Plan (home games vs. Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech and Wake Forest).
North Carolina Spring Football game at Kenan stadium on Saturday[Apr. 8, 2011]
A full day of events and activities have been planned by the University of North Carolina athletic department surrounding the Tar Heels' Spring Football event on Saturday, April 9. Admission to Kenan Stadium is free and a controlled scrimmage will begin at 3 p.m. Gates 2, 3 and 6 will open at noon.
Duke Blue Devils spring football game set for Saturday[Mar. 25, 2011]
Duke’s annual Spring Football Game will be held Saturday at 3 p.m. in Wallace Wade Stadium. Admission to the event is free of charge. The popular Duke Blue Devil Team Walk will begin at the Duke Chapel at 1 p.m.
Saturday's ACC FanFest in Charlotte expected to top all others[Dec. 3, 2010]
The Atlantic Coast Conference has announced an event schedule and musical lineup for this year's ACC FanFest presented by AT&T, an official Corporate Partner of the ACC. Located on Mint Street between Morehead and Stonewall/Graham Streets, FanFest will run from Noon to 7 p.m. on Saturday, December 4, adjacent to Bank of America Stadium's East and North Gates. All activities take place outdoors, regardless of weather conditions.
ACC Night Of Legends to highlight past and future ACC football greats[Dec. 3, 2010]
The Atlantic Coast Conference will host the ACC Night of Legends on Friday, December 3, offering a tribute to the outstanding athletes from the league’s rich history, which includes National Champions, Heisman Trophy winners, and first-round draft picks. The event will honor a Football Legend from all 12 ACC member institutions as well as the 2010 ACC Football season’s postseason award winners.
ACSMA All-conference football team announced[Nov. 30, 2010]
The 2010 All-Atlantic Coast Conference football team as voted on by 61 members of the Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association was announced today. A first-team vote was worth two points and second team vote one.
Duke football Fan Day set for August 21[Aug. 21, 2010]
The annual Duke Football Fan Day has been scheduled for Saturday, August 21 at Wallace Wade Stadium. The event, which is free of charge and open to the public, features an open practice from 4-6 p.m., followed by an autograph and photo session with coaches and players from 6-7 p.m.
ACC fans can experience the 2010 ACC Football Kickoff online[Jul. 24, 2010]
The 2010 ACC Football Kickoff is set for Sunday and Monday, July 25 & 26 at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C. ACC fans can experience the ACC Football Kickoff in a variety of ways. Coverage of the 2010 event will include video on theACC.com, Tweeter coverage with the #ACCfbk hashtag and fan questions for interview sessions. Below is a complete list of ways to experience the 2010 event.
24 football players attending the 2010 ACC Football Kickoff[Jul. 24, 2010]
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Wednesday the names of the 24 football student-athletes who have been chosen by its 12 league schools to attend the 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference Football Kickoff, July 25-26 at the Grandover Resort located in Greensboro.
2010 Meet the Pack Day set for August 14[Jul. 14, 2010]
The 2010 Meet The Pack Day has been set for Saturday, August 14 at Carter-Finley Stadium from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. This is a great opportunity for Wolfpack fans to meet and receive autographs of their favorite NC State football players and coaches.
Duke football players clean up campus[Jul. 12, 2010]
The summer is a very important time for college football teams as student-athletes spend the offseason running, lifting weights and training for the upcoming season while also balancing classes, jobs and internships. For the second straight day, members of the Blue Devil gridiron squad came together for another community service event, this time staying on their own campus. The entire Duke football team spent Monday morning cleaning up the grounds of Duke University and their home venue, Wallace Wade Stadium.
Duke football visits Durham Rescue Mission[Jul. 12, 2010]
More than 100 members of the Duke football program spent over two hours visiting the children and families at the Durham Rescue Mission on Sunday afternoon. Head coach David Cutcliffe was joined by the Blue Devil players to enjoy a warm day with the families at the Good Samaritan Inn on East Knox Street.
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