ACC Releases 2005 Schedule

The Atlantic Coast Conference released the conference games-only portion of the league's football schedule for the 2005 season today.

Beginning next season, the ACC will play in football aligned into two six-team divisions - Atlantic and Coastal. Teams will play all five opponents in their division, plus one primary crossover opponent every year and two rotating opponents from the opposite division. The divisional champions will meet in the league's inaugural football championship game scheduled to be held at the ALLTEL Stadium in Jacksonville, Fla., on Saturday, December 3, 2005.

The primary principles used in determining the 2005 schedule were to fulfill as much as possible the "home-away" situations from the 2004 schedule and eliminate repeat site games from the 2004 season to the 2005 season.

Atlantic
Maryland: Boston College; Clemson; at Florida State; at North Carolina; at NC State; Virginia; Virginia Tech; at Wake Forest

Clemson: Boston College; Duke; Florida State; at Georgia Tech; at Maryland; Miami; at NC State; at Wake Forest

NC State:at Boston College; Clemson; at Florida State; at Georgia Tech; Maryland; North Carolina; Virginia Tech; at Wake Forest

Wake Forest: at Boston College; Clemson; at Duke; at Florida State; at Georgia Tech; Maryland; Miami; NC State

Florida State: at Boston College; at Clemson; at Duke; Maryland; Miami; NC Sate; at Virginia; Wake Forest

Boston College: at Clemson; Florida State; at Maryland; at North Carolina; NC State; Virginia; at Virginia Tech; Wake Forest

Coastal
Virginia: at Boston College; Duke; Florida State; Georgia Tech; at Maryland; at Miami; at North Carolina; Virginia Tech

Georgia Tech: Clemson; at Duke; at Miami; North Carolina; NC State; at Virginia; at Virginia Tech; Wake Forest

North Carolina: Boston College; Duke; at Georgia Tech; Maryland; at Miami; at NC State; Virginia; at Virginia Tech

Duke: at Clemson; Florida State; Georgia Tech; at Miami; at North Carolina; at Virginia; Virginia Tech; Wake Forest

Miami: at Clemson; Duke; at Florida State; Georgia Tech; North Carolina; Virginia; at Virginia Tech; at Wake Forest

Virginia Tech: Boston College; at Duke; Georgia Tech; at Maryland; Miami; North Carolina; at NC State; at Virginia

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