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Here’s the new ACC football schedule for every team in 2020, including Notre Dame

Notre Dame, ACC champions?

It is possible in 2020. The ACC announced his model of the college football schedule for 2020 on Wednesday and Notre Dame – an independent FBS – is eligible to play in the ACC Championship game.

The Irish are playing 10 ACC conference games this season like any other school in the conference. The ACC has adopted a plus-one model, which allows one match against an opponent from another conference.

The Irish will share television revenue with the other 15 schools, and that includes the money generated from Notre Dame’s TV deal with NBC.

The conference announced that the first games will take place in the week of September 7-12, and that the schedule of 11 games will span a 13-week period to two weeks.

The ACC also plays as only one division, and the top two teams play by playing the winning percentage in the ACC Championship Match on December 12 or December 19 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.

Here’s a look at the home-and-away opponents of every 2020 school conference:

MORE: Exploration of Notre Dame schedule in a conference-only season

Boston College football schedule

  • House: Georgia Tech, Louisville, North Carolina, Notre Dame Pitt
  • Away: Clemson, Duke, Syracuse, Virginia, Virginia Tech

Clemson football schedule

  • House: Boston College, Miami, Pitt, Syracuse, Virginia
  • Away: Florida State, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest

Duke football schedule

  • House: Boston College, Florida, North Carolina, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest
  • Away: Georgia Tech, State of North Carolina, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Virginia

Florida State football schedule

  • House: Clemson, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Pitt, Virginia
  • Away: Duke, Louisville, Miami, NC State, Notre Dame

Georgia Tech football schedule

  • House: Duke, Clemson, Louisville, Notre Dame, Pitt
  • Away: Boston College, Florida state, Miami, NC state, Syracuse

Louisville football schedule

  • House: State of Florida, Miami, Syracuse, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest
  • Away: Boston College, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Pitt, Virginia

Miami football schedule

  • House: State of Florida, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Pitt, Virginia
  • Away: Clemson, Louisville, NC State, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest

North Carolina football schedule

  • House: State NC, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest
  • Away: Boston College, Duke, Florida, Miami, Virginia

NC State football schedule

  • House: Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami, Wake Forest
  • Away: North Carolina, Pitt, Syracuse, Virginia, Virginia Tech

Notre Dame football schedule

  • House: Clemson, Duke, Florida, Louisville, Syracuse
  • Away: Boston College, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Pitt, Wake Forest

MORE: Why isn’t Notre Dame in a conference?

Pitt football schedule

  • House: Louisville, NC State, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Virginia Tech
  • Away: Boston College, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Miami

Syracuse football schedule

  • House: Boston College, Duke, Georgia Tech, NC State, Wake Forest
  • Away: Clemson, Louisville, North Carolina, Notre Dame, Pitt

Virginia football schedule

  • House: Boston College, Duke, Louisville, North Carolina, NC State
  • Away: Clemson, Florida State, Miami, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest

Virginia Tech football schedule

  • House: Boston College, Clemson, Miami, State of NC, Virginia
  • Away: Duke, Louisville, North Carolina, Pitt, Wake Forest

Wake Forest football schedule

  • House: Clemson, Miami, Notre Dame, Virginia, Virginia Tech
  • Away: Duke, Louisville, North Carolina, NC State, Syracuse

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