Notre Dame's ACC football opponents, 2014 through 2016

Al Messerschmidt

The Irish have still totally not joined the ACC, but now there's a schedule for the whole thing.

After bits and pieces of Notre Dame's three-year ACC scheduling plan dribbled forth this week, we now know how the whole thing lines up:

That's North Carolina, Louisville, and Wake Forest at home in 2014, with Florida State and Syracuse on the road. Then Boston College and Georgia Tech at home, with Clemson, Pittsburgh, and Virginia away from South Bend. Can you figure out the rest? I bet you can!

No word yet on whether that's the three-year rotation the Irish will stick with as they continue not being football members of the ACC in any way, but that's certainly feasible. Notre Dame also has a deal with the partially ACC-owned Orange Bowl and a renewed, 10-year home games broadcasting agreement with NBC, so things are shaping up nicely for the Irish all around at the moment.

Biggest games for Notre Dame and their new friends over the next three years, in your opinion?

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