Maryland is off this week, but there are plenty of ways to get your ACC football fix.
College football has returned for its second week, and there are some very intriguing matchups in the ACC on Saturday. Here now is your Week 2 ACC Football Schedule so you can get your college football fix.
Rutgers vs. North Carolina: Both teams are coming off impressive wins in Week 1 over inferior competition. Rutgers blanked North Carolina Central, 48-0, last week, while the Tar Heels routed James Madison, 42-10. North Carolina has won the last two games in this series. (12:30 p.m., ESPN3, ACC Network). For more on the game, visit Carolina March, On the Banks and SB Nation New York.
No. 6 Stanford vs. Duke: The Andrew Luck bandwagon rolls into Durham, and it's probably going to come away with a big win, especially after Duke lost to Richmond last week. (3:30 p.m., ESPNU) For more on the game, visit Rule of Tree and SB Nation Bay Area.
No. 11 Virginia Tech vs. East Carolina: Frank Beamer will go for his 200th career win against an old nemesis that once ruined the Hokies' season back in 2008. That was then. In the here and now, Virginia Tech is rolling after a blowout win over Appalachian State last week. (3:30 p.m., Comcast SportsNet) Visit Gobbler Country for more on the Hokies.
North Carolina State vs. Wake Forest: Hey, look, a conference game! Wake Forest is coming off a heartbreaking overtime loss to Syracuse where they blew a big fourth-quarter lead. North Carolina State, of course, wasn't tested by Liberty. (3:30 p.m., CSN+, ESPN3). Visit Backing The Pack for more on N.C. State. Visit Blogger So Dear for more on Wake Forest.
Wofford vs. Clemson: This would be an embarrassing loss for Clemson if it happened. (3:30 p.m., ESPN3). Visit Shakin the Southland for more on Clemson.
Charleston Southern vs. No. 5 Florida State: This would be a really embarrassing loss for Florida State if it happened. (6 p.m., ESPN3). Visit Tomahawk Nation for more on Florida State.
Virginia vs. Indiana: Indiana's first game ended in a 27-20 loss to Ball State, which is not how a Big 10 team is supposed to get their season started. Wait, sorry, that's not Indiana. Anyway, they look to bounce back against a Virginia team who routed William and Mary last week. (7:00 p.m., Big 10 Network). Visit Streaking The Lawn for more on Virginia. Visit The Crimson Quarry and SB Nation Indiana for more on the Hoosiers.
Boston College vs. Central Florida: Boston College comes off a tough loss to Northwestern last weekend, and now gets a tricky Central Florida team on the road without star running back Montel Harris. Upset alert? (8 p.m, CBS College Sports). Visit BC Interruption and SB Nation Boston for more on Boston College. Visit SB Nation Tampa Bay for more on Central Florida.