The 30 most intriguing 2017 college football games featuring an ACC team. (5-1)


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 (5-1) in this post.

Let’s get in right into it.

Games 30 – 26 | Games 25 – 21 | Games 20 – 16 | Games 15 – 11 | Games 10 – 6

1) Florida State vs Alabama, September 2, 2017

 This is probably the biggest game of the year. Here are 2 of the last 4 last national title winners facing off in the opening weekend of the season, and both FSU and Alabama enter 2017 as national title contenders. If this game doesn’t get you excited for college football, then nothing will.

2) Florida State vs Clemson, November 11, 2017

 This might be 2nd biggest game of the year. When Florida State and Clemson hookup, again you have more recent national title winners. Sorry LSU/Alabama – Florida State and Clemson has now become the most important national title chase relevant conference rivalry in the country.

3) Louisville vs Clemson, September 16 2017

 Last year’s Louisville Clemson game was one of the games of the season. That game was in Clemson, this year it goes back to Louisville. This early season game could put the winner in position to make a run at the playoffs.

4) Florida State vs Louisville, October 21, 2017

 After the debacle at Louisville, Florida State gets Louisville back in Doak, and they will be looking for revenge. Jimbo Fisher has this game circled on his schedule and so do we.

5) Clemson vs Auburn, September 9, 2017

Auburn has been getting alot of off-season buzz with new QB Jarrett Stidham. Clemson will have the best defensive line in the nation. This is a week 2 game at Clemson that you do not want to miss.

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