Atlantic Coast Conference
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Boston College Eagles
The Eagles have the pleasure of opening the season with three straight home games.
Kudos to last year's champs for opening the season against Power 5 schools Georgia Tech and Texas A&M.
Duke Blue Devils
Enjoy that Week 1 contest against Alabama.
Florida State Seminoles
The Seminoles look to rebound from a horrific 5-win season by opening against Boise State in Jacksonville.
Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets
The Yellow Jackets open with Clemson and then face a sneaky-tough Temple squad on the road in late September.
Last year's two-win campaign was one of the worst in school history, and the Cardinals look to rebound with a Labor Day home contest versus Notre Dame.
A Week 0 showdown versus Florida — that's what's up.
NC State Wolfpack
The Wolfpack could very well be 4-0, or 3-1 at worst, when it visits Florida State on Sept. 28.
North Carolina Tar Heels
After last year's awful two-win season, the Tar Heels face one of the toughest slates in college football, including 2018's Sun Belt champs.
One of the best rivalries in the game continues when the Panthers visit Penn State on Sept. 14.
It's a robust way to begin the season with road trips down south to Liberty and Maryland, but the Orange get their crack at Clemson at home on Week 3.
The Cavaliers play three straight home games on two separate occasions.
Virginia Tech Hokies
The Hokies are one of the rare squads to open the season against a conference opponent when it visits Boston College.
Wake Forest Demon Deacons
The Demon Deacons had better not overlook Utah State to open the season on Friday, Aug. 30.
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