Today’s edition takes us to the east coast as we take a look at the two ACC schools who’ll appear on PAC-12 schedules in 2013. Boston College will make a trip out west while Virginia plays host this upcoming season.
The Eagles (2-10, 1-7 ACC) and Cavaliers (4-8, 2-6 ACC) both look to rebound from disappointing 2012 campaigns so let’s look a little closer.
Boston College – Last year the Eagles went 2-10 and 1-7 playing out of the ACC’s Atlantic division. They’ll be lead by new head coach Steve Addazio who comes to Chestnut Hill after the past two seasons at Temple. BC makes the trek to the LA Memorial Coliseum Saturday September 14 to face Southern California, game time is TBD but it can be viewed on the PAC-12 Network.
Eagles 2013 schedule: Aug. 31 v. Villanova, Sept. 6 v. Wake Forest*, Sept. 14 @Southern California, Sept. 28 v. Florida State*, Oct. 5 v. Army, Oct. 12 @Clemson*, Oct. 26 @North Carolina*, Nov. 2 v. Virginia Tech*, Nov. 9 @New Mexico State, Nov. 16 North Carolina State*, Nov. 23 @Maryland*, Nov. 30 @Syracuse*
Virginia – Mike London has done a pretty decent job while in Charlottesville after a successful run as Richmond’s head coach (2008-09) but last year they were a disappointing 4-8 and 2-6 in the ACC coastal. The Cavs host Oregon on Saturday September 7 at 12:30 pm which will be aired on ESPN or ESPN2.
Cavaliers 2013 schedule: Aug. 31 v. BYU, Sept. 7 Oregon, Sept. 21 v. VMI, Sept. 28 @Pittsburgh*, Oct. 5 v. Ball State, Oct. 12 @Maryland*, Oct. 19 v. Duke*, Oct. 26 v. Georgia Tech*, Nov. 2 v. Clemson*, Nov. 9 @North Carolina*, Nov. 23 @Miami (FL)*, Nov. 30 Virginia Tech*
* = ACC Game
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