2017 ACC Media Days schedule, times, watch live stream online, players

The 2017 ACC Football Kickoff will be on Thursday and Friday in Charlotte, North Carolina Tar Heels , celebrating the defending champion Clemson Tigers and previewing the upcoming season with the coaches and selected players from the Atlantic and Coastal Divisions. 

All of the action at the podium, including the opening address from commissioner John Swofford, will be be available for live streaming through ACC Network Extra on the WatchESPN app. Online and live coverage details below; all times Eastern

How to watch the ACC Media Days

Where: Westin Charlotte -- Charlotte, North Carolina  
TV: None
Live streams: ACC Network Extra | theACC.com

ACC Media Days schedule

Thursday, July 13

10 a.m.: Commissioner's Forum 

11:36 a.m.: Louisville Cardinals (Bobby Petrino, QB Lamar Jackson , CB Jaire Alexander )

12:21 p.m.: NC State Wolfpack (Dave Doeren, DE Bradley Chubb , AP Jaylen Samuels )

1:08 p.m.: Syracuse Orange (Dino Babers, QB Eric Dungey , LB Zaire Franklin )

1:51 p.m.: Florida State Seminoles (Jimbo Fisher, QB Deondre Francois , DB Derwin James )

2:36 p.m.: Boston College Eagles (Steve Addazio, OL Jon Baker , DE Harold Landry )

3:21 p.m.: Wake Forest Demon Deacons (Dave Clawson, TE Cam Serigne , DL Wendell Dunn )

4:06 p.m.: Clemson (Dabo Swinney, OG Tyrone Crowder , DT Christian Wilkins )


Friday, July 14

9:16 a.m.: Virginia Cavaliers (Bronco Mendenhall, QB Kurt Benkert , S Quin Blanding )

10:01 a.m.: Duke Blue Devils (David Cutcliffe, QB Daniel Jones , CB Byron Fields Jr.)

10:46 a.m.: Pittsburgh Panthers (Pat Narduzzi, OT  Brian O'Neill , CB Avonte Maddox )

11:31 a.m.: Virginia Tech Hokies (Justin Fuente, WR Cam Phillips , LB Andrew Motuapuaka )

12:51 p.m.: Miami (Mark Richt, RB Mark Walton , LB Shaquille Quarterman )

1:36 p.m.: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (Paul Johnson, WR Ricky Jeune , DE KeShun Freeman )

2:21 p.m.: North Carolina (Larry Fedora, OT Bentley Spain , CB M.J. Stewart)

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