#watchACC Weekend Edition, September 28-30

Sept. 28, 2012


NESN will be airing "ACC All Access" at 2 p.m. Tune in to see Hogewood jump on theFLORIDA STATE bandwagon, get a behind-the-scenes look atGEORGIA TECH basketball's new home plus meetWAKE FOREST's Aubrey Bledsoe.



At 7 p.m. HokieSports.com will be streaming live asNo. 16 WAKE FOREST resumes ACC play atVIRGINIA TECH. The Demon Deacons are looking to reminan undefeated in conference play, and the odds would appear to be on their side, considering they are 14-2-2 all-time against the Hokies.

DUKEresumes its ACC schedule Friday night with the annual rivalry matchup againstUNC logoNo. 6 NORTH CAROLINA at 7 p.m. The match will be carried live on the ACC Digital Network on YouTube. The Tar Heels have not allowed a goal in their past 3 matches and their 0.25 goals against average is the third-lowest mark in the country. Last season, Duke and North Carolina played to a 2-2 tie in Chapel Hill.

VIRGINIA returns home to play CLEMSONat 7 p.m. only on VirginiaSports.com. The Cavaliers lead the overall series 27-21-5, but the Tigers pulled out a 1-0 victory the last time they visited Charlottesville in 2009. Could be a close game given that seven of Virginia's nine matches have been decided by a single goal or tie.



BOSTON COLLEGE visits Durham for a for a 6 p.m. tilt againstNo. 21 DUKE. GoDuke.com is the source for live coverage of the match. The Blue Devils leads the series with the Eagles 7-6 including a 4-2 victory in 2011 in Newton, Mass.

No. 4 MARYLANDMD logohosts Temple and TerpsTV will be bringing you all the action form the 1 p.m. match. The Terps are back to full strength as Maxine Fluharty, Katie Gerzabek and Ali McEvoy rejoined the team earlier this week after winning bronze at the Junior Pan Am Games in Guadalajara, Mexico. The Terrapins own the all-time series 17-7-2 and haven't lost to the Owls since 1994.
No. 21 DUKEhosts nonconference opponent Kent State at 1 p.m. on GoDuke.com. The Blue Devils are undefeated against the Golden Flashes and look to continue their four game win streak with a victory on Sunday. The teams last faced off in 2006 resulting in a 6-0 Duke victory.The game is the last of a seven-game homestand for the Blue Devils



MD logoMARYLAND hosts VIRGINIA TECHVT logoat 7 p.m. on TerpsTV. Coming into the matchup with the Terps, Virginia Tech ranks 13th nationally and first in the ACC in hitting percentage (.291). The Terrapins have won 10 of 18 meetings with the Hokies, but Virginia Tech won both meetings last season including the matchup in College Park which went five sets.



ESPN3 will be covering the action at 1 p.m. asMIAMI hosts WAKE FORESTWF logo. The Canes have won the last five versus the Demon Deacons, and last season only dropped one set to Wake Forest. Miami ranks in the top 10 nationally in both assists (sixth, 13.81) and kills (seventh, 14.75) per set.





Tune to the ACC Digital Network at 11 a.m. for their "ACC Kickoff Live" show. Jeff, Dorsey, Riley and Kelly will discuss whatClemsonCLEMSON and FLORIDA STATEare up to following last week's showdown, previewNCSU logoNC STATE at MIAMIMIAMIand break down if this could beDUKE's year.


At noon, RAM Trucks brings you "ACC Blitz" on the ACC Network. Tom Werme and Tommy Bowden take a look around the league and preview the 12:30 p.m. ACC Network Game of the Week: in-state rivalsDUKE at WAKE FORESTWF logo. Come game time, fans can also watch the match on ESPN3.

ACC Football action resumes at high noon on Saturday.NCSU logoNC STATE gets its first taste of league play on the road against Coastal Division leadermiamiMIAMI on ESPNU. In nonconference action,GEORGIA TECH faces Middle Tennessee at home on RSNs. Both games will also be available on ESPN3.


Come 3:30 p.m., better have your remote ready because four ACC games will be kicking off.VT logoNo. 25 VIRGINIA TECH is slated to meet Cincinnati at FedEx Field in Landover, Md.on ESPNU. Another pair of teams face non-league tests at home, asUVa logoVIRGINIA hosts Louisiana Tech exclusively on ESPN3 andNORTH CAROLINA welcomes Idaho on RSNs. Meanwhile,Clemson16th-ranked CLEMSON travels toBCBOSTON COLLEGE for an Atlantic Division contest on ESPN2. ESPN3 will also be carrying all games from this timeslot.

For the ACC football finale, fourth-rankedFLORIDA STATE's meets with Sunshine State opponent South Florida at 6 p.m. on ESPN.




NC STATE host No. 1 FLORIDA STATEat 1 p.m. on ESPN3. The Seminoles have won 11 in a row in the series, outscoring the Wolfpack 33-9 during the streak. Florida State has also won five straight over the Wolfpack in Raleigh, averaging 3.8 goals a contest during that span.

UVa logoNo. 3 VIRGINIA returns home to host No. 4 DUKEon Sunday. Game time at Klöckner Stadium was moved to 2 p.m. in order to accomodate the live television coverage on ESPNU. The Cavs had their 10-game unbeaten streak snapped Thursday night by Maryland, while the Blue Devils were cruising past Clemson to grow their home unbeaten streak to 20 matches dating back to last season.

At 5 p.m.,VT logoNo. 25 VIRGINIA TECH andNo. 10 MARYLAND face off on HokieSports.com. The Thompson Field matchup is the Hokies first return to action after a full week off. Meanwhile the Terps are coming off a come-from-behind 3-1 win over No. 3 Virginia Thursday night.



Your next chance to #watchACC comes Wednesday, October 3. The WAKE FORESTWF logofield hockey team will be hosting nonconference opponent Ohio at 5 p.m. WakeForestSports.com will be carrying the action live.



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