Clemson's Future ACC Schedule

Clemson's Future ACC Schedule

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Clemson's Future ACC Schedule

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CLEMSON — The Atlantic Coast Conference has announced all schools’ football rotating crossover opponents through the year  2024.  For the foreseeable future, all ACC schools will play an eight-game conference schedule composed of six games against  division teams, a permanent crossover division game and a rotating  crossover  game.

Clemson will  play in the Atlantic Division along with Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State, NC State, Maryland, and Syracuse in 2013.  In 2014, Louisville will replace Maryland.  Each year teams will have four home conference games and four away.

In 2014, North Carolina will come to Clemson as the Tigers crossover game.  The following year Clemson will play at Miami (FL).  In 2016, Pittsburgh will come to Clemson for the first time,  and in 2017, the Tigers will travel to Blacksburg, VA.

Duke comes to Clemson in 2018 and the Tigers will travel to North Carolina in 2019.  That will be just Clemson’s second trip to Chapel Hill in 17 years.  The other was 2010.

Virginia comes to Clemson for the first time since 2009 when the Cavaliers travel to Tigertown in 2020.  The Tigers will make their first trip to Pittsburgh in 2021.  Miami (FL) will come to Clemson for the first time since 2010 when the Hurricanes play at Clemson in 2022.   The Tigers play at Duke in 2023 and will play host to Virginia Tech in 2024, the Hokies first trip to Clemson since this past season.

Clemson Crossover ACC Games 2014-2024

2014                     North Carolina

2015                     at Miami (FL)

2016                     Pittsburgh

2017                     at Virginia Tech

2018                     Duke

2019                     at North Carolina

2020                     Virginia

2021                     at Pittsburgh

2022                     Miami (FL)

2023                     at Duke

2024                     Virginia Tech

 

Clemson Home and Away Games 2014-24

(Others TBA)

2014

Home           North Carolina, NC State, Syracuse, Louisville, South Carolina

Away            Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State

 2015           

Home           Notre Dame, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State

Away            Miami (FL), NC State, Syracuse, Louisville, South Carolina

2016           

Home           Pittsburgh, NC State, Syracuse, Louisville, South Carolina

Away            Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State

 2017           

Home           Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State

Away            Virginia Tech, NC State, Syracuse, Louisville, South Carolina

2018           

Home           Duke, NC State, Syracuse, Louisville, South Carolina

Away            Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State

 2019

Home           Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State

Away            North Carolina, NC State, Syracuse, Louisville, South Carolina

2020

Home           Virginia, NC State, Syracuse, Louisville, South Carolina

Away            Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State

2021

Home           Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State

Away            Pittsburgh, NC State, Syracuse, Louisville, South Carolina

2022

Home           Miami (FL), NC State, Syracuse, Louisville, South Carolina

Away            Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State

2023           

Home           Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State

Away            Duke, NC State, Syracuse, Louisville, South Carolina

2024

Home           Virginia Tech, NC State, Syracuse, Louisville, South Carolina

Away            Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, Florida State

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