#watchACC Saturday, November 17

Nov. 17, 2012

 

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ACC Football ACC Kickoff Live
On ACC Kickoff Live Jeff, Dorsey, Riley and Kelly will tell you all you need to know as you get ready for a Saturday full of ACC football.

ACC Digital Network
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11:00 a.m.
Atlantic Coast Conference ACC All Access
Tune in to ACC All Access for a look at the state of ACC Football, a Hog Blog on North Carolina Tar Heels Tar Heels basketball, full coverage from the ACC Men's Soccer Championship and a feature on Florida State Seminoles Florida State's Tiffany McCarty.

Comcast SportsNet

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11:30 a.m.
ACC Football Florida State Seminoles   at   Maryland Terrapins
The Terps will be facing a top-10 opponent for the second consecutive week. Florida State leads the all-time series 20-2 and has won the last five in the series.

ESPNU

@theACCfootball

@FSU_Football
@umterps

#FSUvsMD

12:00 p.m.
ACC Football ACC Blitz

On ACC Blitz Tom Werme and Tommy Bowden take a look around the league and preview the ACC Network Game of the Week: Virginia Tech Hokies Virginia Tech at Boston College Eagles Boston College.

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12:00 p.m.
ACC Football Virginia Tech Hokies at   Boston College Eagles
This game marks the 21st football meeting between Virginia Tech and Boston College. The Hokies hold a 14-6 edge in the series after beating the Eagles 30-14 at home last year, their fourth-straight win in the series.

ACC Network
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ESPN3
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#VTvsBC

12:30 p.m.
ACC Football USF  at   Miami Hurricanes
This is the fifth series meeting between the schools, with Miami holding a 3-1 advantage. The Canes are converting 87.2 percent of their red zone opportunities - fourth-best percentage in the ACC. Miami has converted 16 straight red zone changes.
RSN
FS Carolinas, FS South, SUN Sports, CSN Mid-Atlantic, NESN, FS Tennessee, FS Arizona Plus, FS Southwest Plus, FS North Plus, FS San Diego, FS Prime Ticket
ESPN3
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@HurricaneSports

#USFvsMIA

3:00 p.m.
ACC Football Duke Blue Devils   at   Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
The Yellow Jackets started the day one win away from bowl eligibility and in sole possession of first place in the ACC Coastal Division. The Yellow Jackets own the nation's fourth-leading rushing attack this season (324.4 yards/game).
ESPN3

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@Duke_FB
@GTAthletics

#DUKEvsGT

3:30 p.m.
ACC Football NC State Wolfpack   at   Clemson Tigers
Overall, Clemson has a 51-28-1 lead in the series against NC State, including an 18-16 lead in Raleigh and a 13-9 lead in games played at Carter Finley Stadium.

ABC

ESPN2

@theACCfootball

@PackFootball
@CU_athletics

#NCSUvsCLEM

3:30 p.m.
ACC Football Wake Forest Demon Deacons   at  Notre Dame
This is the first trip to South Bend for the Demon Deacons and only the second game all-time between the two private schools. Notre Dame won last year's meeting 24-17 in Winston-Salem.

NBC

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@Wake_FB

#WAKEvsND

3:30 p.m.
ACC Men's Basketball Seattle  at  Virginia Cavaliers
The Cavaliers are meeting Seattle for the third consecutive year in a series that started in 2010-11. Virginia defeated the Redhawks, 83-77, last season at KeyArena.

ESPN3
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@UVAMensHoops

4:00 p.m.
ACC Men's Basketball Florida State Seminoles   vs.  Saint Joseph's
The two teams meet in the championship game of the Coaches vs. Cancer Classic. This game will mark the first time in school history that the two teams will play in the sport of men's basketball.

TruTV

@ACCmbb

@FSU_Mbasketball

9:30 p.m.
 
MARK YOUR CALENDAR
ACC Men's Soccer Maryland Terrapins vs. New Mexico  
Wake Forest Demon Deacons vs. Coastal Carolina
Sunday, Nov. 18, four ACC teams will play in the second round of the NCAA Championship. The Deacs and the Terps will be streaming their games live for fans.
TerpsTV

WakeForestSports.com

@ACCMSoccer

@MarylandMSoccer
@wakemenssoccer

5:00 p.m.
 
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT

   

Miami Hurricanes Miami freshman RB Duke Johnson had over 300 all-purpose yards versus Virginia including a 95 yard kickoff return for a touchdown and 150 yards on the ground. Johnson is on pace to break the Hurricanes freshman rushing record held currently by Clinton Portis.

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