ACC Football Schedule Release: Full 2023 slate released for all 14 teams
The full 2023-24 ACC football schedule has been revealed!
All 14 teams have their schedules for next season, complete with non-conference and newly-reformed conference schedules. The ACC of course will be doing away with divisions and implementing the 3-5-5 schedule starting in 2023-24.
Essentially, each ACC team will now play 3 set teams every season, followed by a remaining group of 5 alternating every other season. With no divisions, the top 2 teams in the conference will compete in the ACC Championship Game. This year’s title game is set for Dec. 2 in Charlotte.
Below, you can find the schedule for all 14 ACC teams next season, with home games shaded white and away games shaded grey.
2023 ACC Football Schedule. ⬇️
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Mack Brown, UNC’s head coach, noted earlier Monday that UNC’s schedule was difficult and “wasn’t fair.” It seems what Brown is frustrated at is UNC’s home/away dynamic with tough games against Clemson, NC State and Pitt on the road. Of course, this schedule will slight a team one year and favor it the next.
For example, NC State has a favorable draw with Clemson, UNC and Notre Dame at home this coming year.
Which game are you most excited for?