3. The most interesting Power Five non-conference schedule?
The SEC has a wee bit of a claim considering it has to play so many ACC teams, but the ACC is pushing its non-conference slate really, really hard with some interesting battles.
As always, the ACC-SEC matchups should take center stage late in the season, with Clemson going to South Carolina, Louisville going to Kentucky, Florida State going to Florida and Georgia coming to Georgia Tech, but it’s more than that between the two leagues.
Miami and Florida start out the season in Orlando, North Carolina kicks things off against South Carolina, Duke gets the honor of getting whacked around by Alabama, and Texas A&M has to go to Clemson.
Who wants to play UCF? Pitt does on September 21st.
Boise State is always dangerous, and it’s playing Florida State in Jacksonville in the season opener for both.
NC State and West Virginia didn’t play last season because of the hurricane, but not they’ll go at it in Morgantown, and despite last year’s blowout, Pitt and Penn State should be entertaining.
2019 ACC Football Schedules
ACC Composite, Ranking Top Games
Atlantic Boston College | Clemson | FSU
Louisville | NC St | Syracuse | Wake Forest
Coastal Duke | Georgia Tech | Miami
North Carolina | Pitt | Virginia | Virginia Tech