Home ACC announces game times, TV for Oct. 26

ACC announces game times, TV for Oct. 26


ACC letters - full-colorThe Atlantic Coast Conference Monday announced the ACC game times and networks for Oct. 26.


      Saturday, Oct. 26

  •       Wake Forest at Miami, ESPNU, 12 p.m.
  •       Georgia Tech at Virginia, ACC Network, 12:30 p.m.
  •       Pitt at Navy, CBSSN, 1 p.m.
  •       Clemson at Maryland, ABC/ESPN2 or ESPN*, 3:30 p.m.
  •       NC State at Florida State, ABC/ESPN or ESPN*, 3:30 p.m.
  •       Duke at Virginia Tech, ESPNU, 3:30 p.m.
  •       Boston College at North Carolina, Regional Sports Networks (RSN), 3:30 p.m.

       *Networks to be announced by Oct. 20

        All times are Eastern



Have a guest column, letter to the editor, story idea or a news tip? Email editor Chris Graham at [email protected]. Subscribe to AFP podcasts on Apple PodcastsSpotifyPandora and YouTube.

Latest News

Baseball, Sports

Baseball: Virginia completes 3-0 weekend in Florida with 6-4 win over Auburn

Basketball, Sports

VCU overcomes sluggish first half, rallies past Saint Joseph’s, 73-69

VCU shot 72 percent in the second half to rally from a 27-21 halftime deficit on its way to a 73-69 win over Saint Joseph’s on Sunday at the Siegel Center.

preparing to bake a pie
Basketball, Sports

Scott German: How about that piece of Tony Bennett humble pie now?

After a dismal 76-60 loss at NC State in early January that saw Virginia fall to 2-2 in ACC play, I did the unthinkable, writing about the possibility of UVA coach Tony Bennett being near the finish line at his tenure in Charlottesville. 

coach mox
Basketball, Sports

Women’s Basketball: Virginia stuns #20 Louisville, 73-68, for third Top 25 win

uva bennett staff
Basketball, Sports

Bennett has the blueprint for how to fix his offense: He just doesn’t want to use it

ncaa tournament
Basketball, Sports

Metrics: Virginia continues to fall in computer rankings with another L

Cops & Courts, Virginia

Update: Virginia Tech student talks with authorities in Missouri, case considered closed