#watchACC Wednesday, September 26

Sept. 26, 2012

FOX Sports South
and FOX Sports Florida will be airing "ACC All Access" at 6 p.m. Tune in to see Hogewood jump on the FLORIDA STATE bandwagon, get a behind-the-scenes look at GEORGIA TECH basketball's new home plus meet WAKE FOREST's Aubrey Bledsoe.



We've got conference play tonight as CLEMSON visits NORTH CAROLINA for the 70th meeting between the teams. ESPNU will be carrying the 7 p.m. match that features the ACC's two winningest all-time coaches, North Carolina's Joe Sagula (456 wins, 226 ACC) against Jolene Jordan Hoover (408 victories, 198 ACC). The Tar Heels are undefeated at home this season (6-0) and own an all-time 53-16 advantage over the Tigers, including four straight wins. The game will also be available online via ESPN3.




Thursday, September 27, women's soccer fans can go to ESPN3 to watch NORTH CAROLINA take on top-ranked FLORIDA STATE at 7 p.m. The Seminoles are the nation's only undefeated and untied squad (9-0-0) and come to Chapel Hill having posted three straight shutouts. A win over the 13/9 Tar Heels would set a new Nole record for longest winning streak (with 10) but it won't come easy as Carolina's most recent match was a win over previously-perfect Virginia Tech. The last time these two teams faced off was in the opening round of the 2011 ACC Tournament, a game Florida State won 1-0 in double overtime. Expect another close thriller, as 11 of the last 15 meetings have been decided by one goal or less, and six of the last 11 have been decided in overtime.




The ACC Digital Network's Dorsey Levens breaks down the bounce back wins for NORTH CAROLINA and VIRGINIA TECH, including the performances of Giovani Bernard and Logan Thomas.