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Game time set for UVA-Virginia Tech football on Black Friday


uva-vt1The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Monday that the kickoff for the UVA-Virginia Tech football game on Friday, Nov. 28 has been set for 8 p.m. The game will be broadcast on ESPN.

ESPN has declared a Six-Day Hold on the following games. The game times and networks will be announced after the games of November 22. The games held are:

  • South Carolina at Clemson, TBA, Six-Day Hold*
  • Wake Forest at Duke, TBA, Six-Day Hold*
  • Florida at Florida State, TBA, Six-Day Hold*
  • Kentucky at Louisville, TBA, Six-Day Hold*
  • Pitt at Miami, TBA, Six–Day Hold*

The following game times and networks were announced.

Friday, Nov. 28


Saturday, Nov. 29

  • Syracuse at Boston College, RSN, 12:30 p.m.
  • NC State at North Carolina, ACC Network, 12:30 p.m.
  • Georgia Tech at Georgia, SEC Network, Noon (previously announced)


All Times Are Eastern

*Game times and Networks to be announced after the games of Nov. 22.



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