Game Day Info
First Pitch: 3 PM
Venue: Durham Bulls Athletic Park, Durham, North Carolina (Capacity: 10,000)
The 2016 ACC Tournament is being held at Durham Bulls Athletic Park, the home of the AAA affiliate of the Tampa Bay Rays. This is the second year in a row that the tournament is being held in Durham after it alternated with Greensboro. The current contract guarantees the tournament will be held in Durham through 2018.
How to Watch & Listen
Television: Raycom Sports Network (Click here to see a list of affiliates)
Internet Streaming: ESPN3
Audio: WREK/Sirius 106/XM193
Live Stats: TBD
The best part about playing on a grand stage is the readily-available amount of broadcast mediums.
Locally in Boston, the Boston College game will be broadcast on NESN-Plus (there's a Red Sox game starting at 7:10 that night), with the first game at 11 AM being broadcast on NESN (or NESN-Proper, if you will). In the Greater New York City area, the game will be broadcast on MSG-Plus with it being held on Comcast Sports Mid-Atlantic down into the nation's capital. The rest of the affiliates are at the link listed above.
If you're online, the game will be available on ESPN3 through your mobile device or AppleTV, ChromeCast, Amazon Fire Stick, or whatever else you're using.
If you have satellite radio, SiriusXM will be covering the entire slate of ACC Tournament games on their family of stations as well.
And, finally, you can always listen to the game on WREK, the student radio station of Georgia Tech. Hats off to them for last weekend; their staff probably had the best on-air broadcast even though they were broadcasting for student radio, which means commercials and production were considerably lower-budget than the Worldwide Leader.
If you're not able to catch the game at all, follow online via the Boston College @BCBirdball Twitter account.
We'll have updates throughout the day at our account @BCinterruption and you can always follow me (@DanRubin12), though for the most part, I just tweet from BCInterruption for game updates.