Clemson Football will kick off at noon in Syracuse, New York, looking to bounce back against the Orange.
The Atlantic Coast Conference schedule starts tonight as Louisville will visit North Carolina State. The Wolfpack are home dogs to the undefeated Cardinals. The game starts at 7:00 PM on ESPN. There are also a couple of later starts with a Top 25 matchup of Utah at Oregon State and Cincinnati at BYU, both starting at 9:00 PM.
Clemson at Syracuse is the only ACC game being played at noon on Saturday. In fact, only ten ACC teams are in action this weekend. Florida State, Miami, North Carolina, and Wake Forest are on byes. If you have a second television, here are a few options:
- USC visits Colorado: Can the Buffaloes bounce back after a sound defeat in Eugene?
- Florida at Kentucky: I don’t want to jinx it, but Kentucky is 4-0. I bet I jinxed it.
- Texas A&M visits Arkansas: The Aggies’ starting quarterback is done for the season. Can Jimbo keep this ship afloat?
- Virginia at Boston College does have an early afternoon start on the CW Network.
Georgia Tech will host MAC opponent Bowling Green in the 3:30 PM window on ACC Network, so if that doesn’t work for you, look at these:
- Did you notice Missouri snuck into the Top 25 with a 4-0 record? Neither did I until today. They visit Vanderbilt so 5-0 could be around the corner. Shots fired. Sorry Vandy.
- Kansas is 4-0 and visiting Austin to play the Longhorns, who are 4-0. This could be a great game.
- I’m not sleeping on Georgia at Auburn but I’m also not holding my breath anything interesting happens. Just be aware.
Week 5 has some good evening matchups for Clemson Football fans after the Syracuse game is over
The early evening slate begins at 6:00 PM with a Top 25 matchup between LSU and Ole Miss. Both teams have early losses and are looking to re-assert themselves in the SEC West.
The best game involving an ACC team will be at 7:30 PM as Duke hosts Notre Dame on ABC. The Blue Devils are undefeated, while the Irish are coming off a disappointing finish against Ohio State. It will be at the same time as South Carolina visiting Tennessee, which will be on the SEC Network.
If you want to find what could be a sneaky good game, remember West Virginia at TCU is on ESPN2.
The final ACC matchup of the day is Pittsburgh visiting Virginia Tech, which starts at 8:00 PM on ACC Network. Alabama will get a late start against Mississippi State at 9:00 on ESPN.