2014 Pitt Football schedule announced

The Chad Voytik era starts August 30th against Delaware - Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports

Pitt faces a slightly easier road to a bowl game in 2014

The ACC released the 2014 football schedule today, which sees Maryland leave for the Big Ten and Louisville arrive in their place. 2014 also sees the start of the ACC-Notre Dame series, where the Irish will play five games a year against ACC foes (except 2014, where they play four, and 2015, where they play 6).

For the Panthers, they replace Florida State as the opener with FCS foe Delaware, while a road game at Boston College is the Atlantic Division crossover game for Pitt.

The schedule is below and conference games are in bold.

Saturday, August 30: Delaware

Friday, September 5: at Boston College

Saturday, September 13: at Florida International

Saturday, September 20: Iowa

Saturday, September 27: Akron

Saturday, October 4: at Virginia

Saturday, October 11: BYE

Thursday, October 16: Virginia Tech

Saturday, October 25: Georgia Tech

Saturday, November 1: Duke

Saturday, November 8: BYE

Saturday, November 15: at North Carolina

Saturday, November 22: Syracuse

Saturday, November 29: at Miami

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