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We have Pitt and Syracuse at home, @ Clemson again....
Last edited by Lexjacket; 01-11-2013 at 11:21 AM.
Sell out crowd? Maybe the start of a fierce rivalry with two teams not located anywhere near us?
So help me get the schedule straight. I only count 11 games, so I missed someone.
6 home games:
4 ACC: UNC, Pitt, VT, Syracuse
1 OOC: UGA
and who else???
6 away games:
4 ACC: Duke, Miami, UVA, Clemson
3 OOC: BYU, Alabama A&M
Thanks for the help.
Go JACKETS! THWG!
Last edited by GT Nuke; 01-11-2013 at 11:31 AM.
GT and FSU are the only teams to get both Syracuse and Pitt this year. Old ACC represent!
I think GT has the hardest coastal ACC slate of the "contenders" next year (GT, VT, UM, UNC). VT gets easy Atlantic teams, but does have UM and us on the road. UNC may have an argument with us and VT away, but ultimately, it comes down to those cross-divisional games that could make or break representing the coastal.
Is clem home or away?
If Home this is ok.If not we are screwed.We need clem here for a big yr.
Even coming off of a 7 win season and getting a new DC that has some question marks, I would be disappointed with less than 9 wins with that schedule. Looks easier to me than it does to some of you. I mean even with all the turmoil this season tech was two plays away from a possible 9-10 win season this year, and this schedule doesn't look any harder.
Isn't it good that Clemson and Ugag are now home games in different years though??
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