Notre Dame Football at Duke Set for November 9 on ACC Network

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Notre Dame Football at Duke Set for November 9 on ACC Network

Another top contest for ACC Network’s inaugural football slate was revealed today during the TurboTax Live College Football Pregame show on ESPN leading into the College Football Playoff Semifinal featuring Clemson vs. Notre Dame. On November 9, Notre Dame will visit Duke for an ACC Network exclusive game. Previously, it was announced that Georgia Tech at Clemson will kick off the 24/7, all-ACC platform’s football slate on August 29.

The ACC Network will launch Thursday, Aug. 22, 2019 and is poised to air 1,300 live events annually across its TV and digital offerings from around the conference’s 15 member schools and 27 sponsored sports. Fans interested in learning more about ACC Network can visit

About ACC Network

Owned and operated by ESPN in partnership with the Atlantic Coast ConferenceACC Network (ACCN) is a new 24/7 national network dedicated to ACC sports set to launch August 22, 2019. Approximately 450 live contests including 40 regular-season football games, 150 men’s and women’s basketball games, and 200 other regular-season competitions and tournament games from across the conference’s 27 sponsored sports will be televised annually, plus a complement of news and information shows and original programming. Together, the ACCN and its digital platform, ACC Network Extra (ACCNE), will feature 1,300 ACC events in its first year. ESPN has been televising ACC content since 1979 and has exclusive rights to every conference-controlled game across sports and championships.


Media Contacts:
Keri Potts, ESPN Communications, [email protected] or 860-839-3438
Amy Yakola, ACC, [email protected] or 336-337-4893



Keri Potts

Keri Potts joined ESPN in 2003 from the NCAA. During that time, she has worked on ESPN’s NFL and NBA properties, its ever-growing entertaiment division including ESPN Films and The ESPYs, and took on oversight of the College Sports publicity in 2010. A native New Yorker, she works out of ESPN’s Atlanta office.
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