Clemson Vs. Virginia Tech, ACC Championship Game 2011: TV Schedule, Odds And More

The ACC Championship will take place this Saturday, featuring the Virginia Tech Hokies and the Clemson Tigers with a spot in a BCS Bowl game on the line.

These two teams faced off earlier this year, but it was at very different points in their season. Clemson was right in the middle of their eight game winning streak and was playing about as well as any team in the Country. Virginia Tech had yet to reach their stride. Heading into this game Clemson has lost three of their last four games while Virginia Tech hasn't lost a game since that contest in October (or before it for that matter). Here is a look at where you can find the game.

Teams: Clemson Tigers Vs. Virginia Tech Hokies

Location: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte NC

Time: 8:00 pm ET

TV Information: ESPN, ESPN3, ESPN3D

Announcers: Brent Musburger and Kirk Herbstreit

Season Matchup: Clemson won 23-3 on Oct. 1.

And here is a look at the odds from the SB Nation odds page powered by OddsShark.

12/03/2011 Virginia Tech -6½-105 -7-110 -7-105 -7-110
8:00 PM Clemson 52½o-105 53½o-110 53o-110

 

For more news and notes on the Tigers, be sure to follow SB Nation's Clemson blog Shakin the Southland. For all your Hokies needs, visit SB Nation's Virginia Tech blog Gobbler Country.

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