ACC rotating opponents announced through 2024

Pitt won't see Dabo and Clemson until 2016. It'll be another 5 years before they meet again at Heinz Field - Kevin C. Cox

It'll be another 8 years before Pitt fans see Clemson at Heinz Field

The ACC announced today the rotating divisional games all through the 2024 season. You can see them here.

For those who are unaware, here is the basic formula for setting up an ACC conference schedule.

  • 4 home conference games + 4 road conference games = 8 total conference games
  • Pitt will face every team in the Coastal Division (Duke, Georgia Tech, North Carolina, Miami, Virginia, Virginia Tech) as well as permanent "rival" Syracuse every season
  • In addition, Pitt will face one additional rotating opponent from the Atlantic Division (Boston College, Clemson, Florida State, Louisville, NC State, Wake Forest) each season
  • On even years, when Pitt plays Syracuse at Heinz Field, the Panthers will travel for the rotating game and vice versa for odd years.
Pitt's rotating opponents are as followed. Remember Louisville replaces Maryland in 2014.

2013: Florida State
2014: at Boston College
2015: Louisville
2016: at Clemson
2017: NC State
2018: at Wake Forest
2019: Boston College
2020: at Florida State
2021: Clemson
2022: at Louisville
2023: Wake Forest
2024: at NC State

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