Florida State will host the only conference contest of the Week 1 ACC slate.

The ACC has shared the schedule for its first weekend with all 17 teams in action. The Week 1 slate was announced on Monday, with the full reveal coming on Wednesday from 5-7 p.m. ET on ESPN2 and the ACC Network.

Week 1 covers Thursday, Aug. 28 to Monday, Sept. 2 of Labor Day Weekend. After 15 teams face nonconference opponents, FSU and Boston College will meet on Monday night in Tallahassee.

The Seminoles had a close call last year against the Eagles in Chestnut Hill, managing a 31-29 win in the first of eight regular-season ACC victories en route to Charlotte to secure the conference title. This year’s Week 1 game will actually be FSU’s second against an ACC opponent. Mike Norvell’s squad is traveling to Ireland to face Georgia Tech in a Week 0 contest on Aug. 24.

The Week 1 ACC nonconference slate is headlined by Clemson vs. Georgia in Atlanta, Miami’s trip to Gainesville to take on Florida and the North Carolina-Minnesota rematch. Here’s the full slate:

Thursday, Aug. 29

  • North Carolina at Minnesota
  • Wake Forest vs. North Carolina A&T
  • NC State vs. Western Carolina

Friday, Aug. 30

  • Duke vs. Elon
  • Stanford vs. TCU

Saturday, Aug. 31

  • Louisville vs. Austin Peay
  • Clemson vs. Georgia (game in Atlanta)
  • Georgia Tech vs. Georgia State
  • SMU vs. Houston Christian
  • Kent State vs. Pitt
  • Miami at Florida
  • Syracuse vs. Ohio
  • Virginia vs. Richmond
  • Cal vs. UC Davis
  • Virginia Tech at Vanderbilt

Monday, Sept. 2

  • Florida State vs. Boston College