As noted here http://tinyurl.com/qa374q Georgia Tech’s first football game won’t be on TV, but the next two doozies, against Clemson and Miami, will.
The ACC released the kickoff times and TV listings for the season’s first few weeks. Here it is:
Date Game Network Gametime
Sept. 3 South Carolina at NC State ESPN 7 pm
Sept. 5 Jacksonville State at Georgia Tech ESPN 360.com 1 pm
Sept. 5 Northeastern at Boston College ESPN 360.com 2 pm
Sept. 5 Baylor at Wake Forest ABC/ESPN2* 3:30 pm
Sept. 5 Middle Tennessee at Clemson ESPN 360.com 6 pm
Sept. 5 The Citadel at North Carolina ESPN 360.com 6 pm
Sept. 5 William & Mary at Virginia ESPN 360.com 6 pm
Sept. 5 Richmond at Duke 7 pm
Sept. 5 Alabama vs. Virginia Tech (Ga. Dome) ABC 8 pm
Sept. 5 Maryland at California ESPN2 10 pm
Sept. 7 Miami at Florida State ESPN 8 pm
Sept. 10 Clemson at Georgia Tech ESPN 7:30 pm
Sept. 12 Stanford at Wake Forest Raycom 12 pm
Sept. 12 Marshall at Virginia Tech ESPN 360.com 1:30 pm
Sept. 12 Kent State at Boston College ESPN 360.com 2 pm
Sept. 12 Duke at Army ESPN Classic TBA
Sept. 12 Jacksonville State at Florida State ESPN 360.com 6 pm
Sept. 12 James Madison at Maryland 6 pm
Sept. 12 Murray State at NC State 6 pm
Sept. 12 North Carolina at Connecticut TBA TBA
Sept. 12 TCU at Virginia ESPNU 3:30 pm
Sept. 17 Georgia Tech at Miami ESPN 7:30 pm
Sept. 19 Boston College at Clemson Raycom 12 pm
Sept. 19 Duke at Kansas Versus 12 pm
Sept. 19 Middle Tennessee at Maryland ESPN 360.com 3:30 pm
Sept. 19 Virginia at Southern Mississippi CBS CS 3:30 pm
Sept. 19 Nebraska at Virginia Tech ABC/ESPN2* 3:30pm
Sept. 19 East Carolina at North Carolina ESPN or ESPN2 12 pm
Sept. 19 Gardner-Webb at NC State 6 pm
Sept. 19 Elon at Wake Forest 6:30 pm
Sept. 19 Florida State at BYU Versus 7 pm
Oct. 17 Miami at UCF CBS CS 7:30 pm
Oct. 22 Florida State at North Carolina ESPN 8 pm
Oct. 29 North Carolina at Virginia Tech ESPN 7:30 pm
Nov. 5 Virginia Tech at East Carolina ESPN 7:30 pm
* Game available on ESPN or ESPN2 reverse mirror in many areas outside of ABC Regional telecast.
We’ve discussed how tough Tech’s schedule is, and will do so again. But which of these games will you plan on making must-see TV and why?
Alabama-Virginia Tech should be better than last year’s blowout in the dome. TCU-Virginia could provide a good glimpse of whether Groh has any chance of keeping his job after this season.
In other news,
Gani Lawal’s father says his son has not made up his mind about the NBA. I’ve been trying to reach Gani by phone but haven’t been successful. I hope to reach him soon.
Jerome Miller will lead several track and field athletes to the NCAA next week. Miller has a chance win a national title in the high jump. Look for more on him next week. He’s a very interesting dude.