Plan your fall lives accordingly:
Sept. 2 vs. Purdue (Lucas Oil Stadium, Indianapolis)
Sept. 9 at North Carolina
Sept. 16 CLEMSON
Sept. 23 KENT STATE
Sept. 30 MURRAY STATE
Oct. 5 at NC State (Thu.)
Oct. 14 BOSTON COLLEGE
Oct. 21 at Florida State
Oct. 28 at Wake Forest
Nov. 4 OPEN
Nov. 11 VIRGINIA
Nov. 18 SYRACUSE
Nov. 25 at Kentucky
—Once again the ACC opts to give Louisville Clemson at the beginning of the season and Florida State in October. They are very protective of FSU-Clemson being the late season game for the conference.
—If the Cards can start 3-0, they’re probably going to be cruising into October with a 5-0 record and a top five ranking.
—I’m pretty sure this will be the first time in my conscious life that Louisville won’t have a weeknight home game. That’s pretty crazy.
—That is a long time to play before getting to your bye week.