A 12:30 PM kickoff on the internet because who wants to see 2-8 vs. 4-6?
Boston College's home finale against Virginia Tech on Saturday will kick off at 12:30 PM on the ACC Network. This is the first game of the year for the Eagles on the conference's official multimedia platform. Why? Because no one wants to see 2-8 vs. 4-6 on national television.
You can watch this Saturday's game in one of a few ways. There are a number of local TV stations that will carry Eagles-Hokies, including TV 38 in Boston, Manchester, Springfield and Holyoke and WLNY TV 10 / 55 in New York. Additionally, you can catch the game on the ACC's free online streaming website (www.theacc.com/live), ESPN3.com or your mobile phone using the official ACC iPad, iPhone, Android or Nokia Lumia Windows Phone apps.
The complete listing of game times and TV coverage for this weekend's ACC slate of games below:
Saturday, November 17
Florida St. Seminoles at Maryland Terrapins, Noon on ESPNU
Virginia Tech Hokies at Boston College Eagles, 12:30 pm on ACC Network
South Florida Bulls at Miami Hurricanes, 3pm on RSN
N.C. State Wolfpack at Clemson Tigers, 3:30 pm on ABC (ESPN2 mirror)
Duke Blue Devils at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets, 3:30 pm on ESPNU
Wake Forest Demon Deacons at Notre Dame Fighting Irish, NBC, 3:30 p.m.
The game time for BC's regular-season finale at N.C. State is set to be announced tomorrow, though it's likely ESPN will call for another six-day option.