Saturday is a very busy day for ACC schools. The college football schedule for those in the ACC begins with a key game against an SEC foe and ends with arguably the biggest game of the season thus far. Let's dive right into it.
No. 21 Auburn (2-0) at Clemson (2-0): Last year, Cam Newton and company barely escaped the Tigers on their way to the national championship. This season, both teams are weaker, which means it should be very interesting. (Noon, ABC). For more on the game, Clemson fans should visit Shakin' The Southland, and Auburn fans should visit Track Em Tigers.
No. 18 West Virginia (2-0) at Maryland (1-0, 1-0): For everything about this game, visit this StoryStream. (Noon, ESPNU)
Boston College (0-2) at Duke (0-2): The two worst teams in the ACC do battle in Durham. Montel Harris' status is still up in the air for the Eagles. For more on Boston College, visit BC Interruption and SB Nation Boston.
Kansas (2-0) vs. Georgia Tech (2-0): Neither of these teams have played impressive competition yet, so this game will tell a lot about each. (12:30 p.m., ESPN3). For more on Kansas, visit Rock Chalk Talk and SB Nation Kansas City. For more on Georgia Tech, visit From the Rumble Seat and SB Nation Atlanta.
Virginia (2-0) vs. North Carolina (2-0): Both teams open their conference season after a couple solid wins over BCS opponents. (3 p.m., ESPNU) For more on Virginia, visit Streaking the Lawn. For more on North Carolina, visit Carolina March.
Arkansas State (1-1) vs. No. 13 Virginia Tech (2-0): The gimmie games continue for the Hokies. (4 p.m., ESPN3). For more on the Hokies, visit Gobbler Country.
South Alabama (2-0) vs. North Carolina State (1-1, 0-1): The Wolfpack looks to rebound from last week's ACC loss to Wake Forest against a Sun Belt foe. (6 p.m., ESPN3). For more on the Wolfpack, visit Backing the Pack.
Gardner-Webb (1-1) vs. Wake Forest (1-1, 1-0): Meanwhile, Wake Forest's reward for winning is an easy game. (6:30 p.m., ESPN3). For more on the Demon Deacons, visit Blogger So Dear.
No. 17 Ohio State (2-0) vs. Miami (0-1, 0-1): The Hurricanes hung in there vs. Maryland without many key players due to suspension. They get most of those guys back to face an Ohio State team that nearly lost to Toledo last week. (7:30 p.m., ESPN). For more on Ohio State, visit Along the Olentangy and SB Nation Cleveland. For more on Miami, visit 7th Floor Blog.