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Football season draws near as conference media days continue with the ACC.

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While it's not quite the spectacle that is SEC Media Days, the 2013 ACC Football Kickoff is set for Sunday and Monday at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C. The event won't be televised, but live video of press conferences will air online at theacc.com, and SB Nation's Mark Ennis and Bud Elliott will be on hand to document everything.

The conference's 14 head coaches attending the press junket and each team will send two additional players to answer the media's most pressing questions. Roughly 425 journalists had registered to cover the ACC's preseason storylines as of Friday and, for the first time, new conference members Pittsburgh and Syracuse will be represented. The official hashtag is apparently #ACCKickoff and @theACCfootball will be live-tweeting the festivities.

The conference hasn't released a schedule for individual players and coaches. The ACC Football Kickoff Commissioner's Forum will take place at 12:30 p.m. on Sunday, followed by player interviews from 1:30- 6 p.m ET. Coaching interviews will take place Monday from 2-6 p.m. ET.

Via ESPN's Heather Dinich, the full schedule (all times ET):

Sunday

  • 12:30-1:30 p.m.: ACC Commissioner John Swofford

Player interviews (1:30-6 p.m.)

  • 1:30-2:40 p.m.: Boston College, Miami, North Carolina, Wake Forest
  • 2:29-3:39 p.m.: Clemson, Duke, Virginia
  • 3:50-5:00 p.m.: Florida State, Maryland, Pitt, Syracuse
  • 4:40-6:00 p.m.: Georgia Tech, Virginia Tech, NC State

Monday

  • 7:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.: Skeeter Francis Golf Tournament for players, coaches, and media members
  • 10:30-11:30 p.m.: Officiating seminar for media

Coach interviews (2-6 p.m.)

  • 2:00-3:09 p.m.: Dabo Swinney, Clemson; Mike London, Virginia; Randy Edsall, Maryland
  • 2:59-4:09 p.m.: Steve Addazio, Boston College; Paul Johnson, Georgia Tech; Al Golden, Miami; Larry Fedora, North Carolina
  • 4:10-5:10 p.m.: Paul Chryst, Pitt; Frank Beamer, Virginia Tech; Jim Grobe, Wake Forest
  • 5:09-6:00 p.m.-- David Cutcliffe, Duke; Jimbo Fisher, Florida State; Dave Doeren, NC State; Scott Shafer, Syracuse

The following players will be in attendance:

Boston College
Chase Rettig, QB, Senior
Steele Divitto, LB, Senior

Clemson
Tajh Boyd, QB, Senior
Spencer Shuey, LB, Senior

Duke
Anthony Boone, QB, Junior
Ross Cockrell, DB, Senior

Florida State
Rashad Greene, WR, Junior
Lamarcus Joyner, DB, Senior

Georgia Tech
Will Jackson, OL, Senior
Jeremiah Attaochu, DL, Senior

Maryland
C.J. Brown, QB, Senior
Dexter McDougle, DB, Senior

Miami
Stephen Morris, QB, Senior
Shayon Green, DL, Senior

North Carolina
Bryn Renner, QB, Senior
Kareem Martin, DL, Senior

N.C. State
Rashard Smith, WR, Senior
Dontae Johnson, DB, Senior

Pittsburgh
Devin Street, WR, Senior
Aaron Donald, DL, Senior

Syracuse
Macky MacPherson, OL, Senior
Jay Bromley, DL, Senior

Virginia
Morgan Moses, OL, Senior
Jake Snyder, DL, Senior

Virginia Tech
Logan Thomas, QB, Senior
Jack Tyler, LB, Senior

Wake Forest
Michael Campanaro, WR, Senior
Justin Jackson, LB, Senior

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