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Aug. 16, 2010
GREENSBORO, NC -The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Monday that the ACC's official website, theACC.com, will once again feature a special preseason football preview of the Conference's schools entitled "The 12 Days of 2010 ACC Football".
The series, a virtual preview tour of the league's 12 football programs, will begin this afternoon with an advance look of the Maryland Terrapins, and will conclude on Friday, August 27, with an early look at the preseason pick to win the 2010 ACC Football Championship, the Virginia Tech Hokies. In between, each ACC school will be previewed individually on 12 consecutive days with teams unveiled based on their predicted order of finish.
The series will consist of a preview story from each school written by campus correspondents for RepresentACC.com as well as updated bios of ACC head coaches, statistics, rosters and notes on the upcoming football season. Additionally, preview video action clips will be available produced by the ACC's advanced media department. Links are also available to each school's football web page.
Information and links to the 2010 Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship Game, which will be played on Dec. 4 at Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium are also available. Televised in 3-D and HD by ESPN, the ACC title game will have a 7:45 pm kickoff for the second year in a row.
The schedule for the ACC's "12 Days of ACC Football 2010" follows:
August 16--Maryland (Atlantic Division)
August 17--Virginia (Coastal Division)
August 18--Wake Forest (Atlantic Division)
August 19--Duke (Coastal Division)
August 20--NC State (Atlantic Division)
August 21--North Carolina (Coastal Division)
August 22--Boston College (Atlantic Division)
August 23--Georgia Tech (Coastal Division)
August 24--Clemson (Atlantic Division)
August 25--Miami (Coastal Division)
August 26--Florida State (Atlantic Division)
August 27---Virginia Tech (Coastal Division)