The 30 most intriguing 2017 college football games featuring an ACC team. (15-11)


I’m starting up a series to get you looking forward to the 2017 college football season. These are  30 most intriguing 2017 college football games featuring an ACC team. We move to (15-11) in this post.

Let’s get in right into it.

Games 30 – 26 | Games 25 – 21 | Games 20 – 16 | Games 10 – 6 | Games 5 – 1

11) Virginia Tech vs West Virginia, September 3, 2017

West Virginia gets to actually play a road/neutral game that’s not over 500 miles from their stadium. Oh this one should be a lot of fun between the two bitter regional rivalries. The winner could be a darkhorse playoff team.

12) Miami vs Notre Dame, November 11, 2017 

This was once of one of the greatest rivalries in the country. For the first time in a long awhile both teams, may going into this one in the top 15. It isn’t what it used to be, but you can’t look away from this one.

13) Pittsburgh vs Penn State, September 9, 2017

You know Pittsburgh won this game last year right, beating the the future Big 10 Champions. Last year’s game went under the radar, this year’s won’t. What an awesome way to generate football interest in the state of Pennsylvania. Put it on rivalry weekend and let them play other every year.

14) Pittsburgh vs Oklahoma State, September 16, 2017

Pittsburgh and Oklahoma State played an exciting and close game last year. I would expect anything different this year with a little ACC/Big 12 bragging right on the line.

15) NC State vs Notre Dame, October 28, 2017

NC State beat Notre Dame last year in a monsoon. This is a late October game for the Wolfpack coming off a BYE. If NC State is as good as some people think, they may be able to win at South Bend.

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