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Virginia to open against UCLA at home on ESPN at 12:00 noon.

Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports

The ACC announced on Tuesday afternoon game times and TV broadcast schedules for the first three weeks, as well as a few select games across the conference throughout the season.

UVa Football, which, in case you had managed to completely block out the 2013 campaign, finished 2-10 overall and 0-8 in the conference, was slotted with two noon-ish times.

Virginia opens its 2014-2015 (until proven mathematically impossible, we will continue to call it the "2014-2015" season...playoffs baby!!) at home on August 30 against UCLA in the first of a home-and-home series. The game will kickoff at noon and will be televised on ESPN. I guess the national spotlight is what Mike London and company were hoping for -- here's to hoping they deliver.

Virginia will host Richmond the following week, September 6, at 3:30 p.m., which will be streamed online at ESPN3.com.

September 13's matchup against Louisville in Charlottesville is scheduled for a 12:30 p.m. kickoff on the ACC Network.

Finally, Virginia's Friday night matchup against Virginia Tech will be on either ABC, ESPN, ESPN 2 or ESPN U. The kickoff time will not be announced until no more than 12 days in advance.

Here's the full schedule of released games thus far:

Date

Game

Network

Gametime

28-Aug

*Wake Forest at Louisiana Monroe

ESPNU

7 pm

29-Aug

Villanova at Syracuse

ESPN3

7:30 pm

30-Aug

UCLA at Virginia

ESPN

Noon

30-Aug

Delaware at Pitt

ESPN3

Noon

30-Aug

Georgia Southern at NC State

ACC Network

12:30 pm

30-Aug

Wofford at Georgia Tech

RSN

12:30

30-Aug

William & Mary at Virginia Tech

ESPN3

3:30 pm

30-Aug

Elon at Duke

ESPN3

6 pm

30-Aug

Liberty at North Carolina

ESPN3

6 pm

30-Aug

*Florida State vs Oklahoma State (Arlington, Tex)

ABC

8 pm

30-Aug

*Boston College at Massachusetts

TBA

TBA

30-Aug

*Clemson at Georgia

TBA

TBA

1-Sep

Miami at Louisville

ESPN

8 pm

5-Sep

Pitt at Boston College

ESPN

7 pm

6-Sep

South Carolina State at Clemson

ACC Network

12:30 pm

6-Sep

Richmond at Virginia

ESPN3

3:30 pm

6-Sep

Old Dominion at NC State

ESPN3

6 pm

6-Sep

Gardner-Webb at Wake Forest

ESPN3

6:30 pm

6-Sep

Murray State at Louisville

ESPN3

7 pm

6-Sep

Florida A&M at Miami

ESPN3

7 pm

6-Sep

*Duke at Troy

TBA

7 pm

6-Sep

The Citadel at Florida State

RSN

7:30 pm

6-Sep

San Diego State at North Carolina

ESPNews

8 pm

6-Sep

*Virginia Tech at Ohio State

ESPN

8 pm

6-Sep

*Georgia Tech at Tulane

TBA

TBA

13-Sep

Georgia Southern at Georgia Tech

RSN

Noon

13-Sep

East Carolina at Virginia Tech

ABC, ESPN or ESPN2

Noon

13-Sep

Louisville at Virginia

ACC Network

12:30 pm

13-Sep

Arkansas State at Miami

ESPNU

3:30 pm

13-Sep

Kansas at Duke

RSN

3:30 pm

13-Sep

*Wake Forest at Utah State

CBS Sports Network

7 pm

13-Sep

Southern California at Boston College

ABC, ESPN or ESPN2

8 pm

13-Sep

*NC State at South Florida

TBA

TBA

13-Sep

*Pitt at Florida International

TBA

TBA

13-Sep

*Syracuse at Central Michigan

TBA

TBA

3-Oct

Louisville at Syracuse

ESPN

7 pm

16-Oct

Virginia Tech at Pitt

ESPN

7:30 pm

23-Oct

Miami at Virginia Tech

ESPN

7:30 pm

30-Oct

Florida State at Louisville

ESPN

7:30 pm

6-Nov

Clemson at Wake Forest

ESPN

7:30 pm

20-Nov

North Carolina at Duke

ESPN

7:30 pm

28-Nov

Virginia at Virginia Tech

ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU

TBA

6-Dec

Dr Pepper ACC Football Championship

ESPN or ABC

7:45 or 8 pm

* Non-conference away games not under ACC control.