The ACC will play a 10-game conference schedule with one nonconference game, with Notre Dame playing a full league schedule as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
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All ACC schools and Notre Dame will play 10 conference games plus one nonconference game of their choosing.
- Irish to kick off ACC slate vs. Duke on Sept. 12
- ACC sets 11-game slate, includes Notre Dame
- Duke's Cutcliffe favors only conference games
- Duke AD worried unfair advantages with NIL laws
Joe Lunardi gives us some VERY early March Madness predictions. Plus we answer the biggest questions for Duke & BC football, and we visit with ACC Network's Roddy Jones who gives us his biggest concerns for the top teams in the ACC this coming football season.
Duke football coach David Cutcliffe said he remains "very optimistic" there will be college football this season, but he doubts it will look much like a normal season due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Mark & Wes talk about yesterday's Big Ten announcement and David Cutcliffe joins to talk about the preparation that has been done for this season.
The Coastal Division can be difficult to predict, with seven different champions in the past seven seasons, but the Tar Heels, Hurricanes and Hokies appear to have an edge.
College football and basketball players share their stories on the challenges of school, training and supporting themselves during the coronavirus pandemic.
Duke athletic director Kevin White is concerned that name, image and likeness legislation that opens the door to paying athletes will change the NCAA landscape.
In honor of the Head Ball Coach turning 75, he talks his favorite win (sorry, Tennessee), his favorite one-liner (sorry, Georgia) and a lot more.
College football coaches are relying on Zoom, old-school workouts and, in some cases, having backyard rodeos while adjusting to a spring upended by the coronavirus.
Missing the NCAA tournament and spring football? Well, here's an early look at what might happen if Mike Leach had his way and we had a 64-team college football playoff.
QB Chase Brice, who backed up Trevor Lawrence at Clemson, is transferring to Duke, where he will be immediately eligible.