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Seven universities were charter members of the ACC: Clemson, Duke, Maryland, North Carolina, North Carolina State, South Carolina, and Wake Forest.
Previously members of the Southern Conference, they left partially due to that league's ban on post-season play.
After drafting a set of bylaws for the creation of a new league, the seven withdrew from the Southern Conference at the spring meeting on the morning of May 8, 1953. The bylaws were ratified on June 14, 1953, and the ACC was created. On December 4, 1953, officials convened in Greensboro, North Carolina, and admitted Virginia into the conference.
In 1971, South Carolina left the ACC to become an independent. The ACC operated with seven members until the addition of Georgia Tech from the Metro Conference on April 3, 1978. The total number of member schools reached nine with the addition of Florida State, also formerly from the Metro Conference, on July 1, 1991.
The ACC added three members from the Big East Conference during the 2005 cycle of conference realignment: Miami and Virginia Tech joined on July 1, 2004, and Boston College joined on July 1, 2005, as the league's twelfth member and the first and only one from New England.
The expansion was not without controversy: Connecticut, Rutgers, Pittsburgh, and West Virginia (and, initially, Virginia Tech) filed lawsuits against the ACC, Miami, and Boston College for conspiring to weaken the Big East Conference.
The ACC Hall of Champions opened on March 2, 2011, next to the Greensboro Coliseum arena, making the ACC the second college sports conference to have a hall of fame.
On September 17, 2011, Big East Conference members Syracuse University and the University of Pittsburgh both tendered a formal written application to the ACC to join its ranks. The two schools were accepted into the conference the following day.
Because the Big East intends to hold Pitt and Syracuse to the 27-month notice period required by league bylaws, the most likely entry date into the ACC (barring negotiations) is July 1, 2014.
Standings for the 2014 and 2013 seasons
| ||in 2014||in 2013||Inaugural Game|
|Boston College||0-0-0||7-6-0||1893-10-20, @ SJLI (W, 0 - 4)|
|Clemson||0-0-0||11-2-0||1896-10-31, @ Furman (W, 6 - 14)|
|Duke||0-0-0||10-4-0||1888-11-27, vs. North Carolina (W, 16 - 0)|
|Florida State||0-0-0||14-0-0||1947-10-18, vs. Stetson (L, 6 - 14)|
|Georgia Tech||0-0-0||7-6-0||1892-11-05, @ Mercer (L, 12 - 6)|
|Louisville||0-0-0||12-1-0||vs. Louisville Alumni (W, 37 - 0)|
|Miami||0-0-0||9-4-0||1926-10-30, vs. Rollins (W, 7 - 0)|
|NC State||0-0-0||3-9-0||vs. Raleigh Academy (W, 14 - 6)|
|North Carolina||0-0-0||7-6-0||1888-10-18, vs. Wake Forest (L, 4 - 6)|
|Pittsburgh||0-0-0||7-6-0||1890-10-11, vs. Allegheny AA (L, 0 - 38)|
|Syracuse||0-0-0||7-6-0||1889-11-23, @ Rochester (L, 36 - 0)|
|Virginia||0-0-0||2-10-0||1888-11-20, vs. Pantops Academy (W, 20 - 0)|
|Virginia Tech||0-0-0||8-5-0||1892-10-21, vs. Saint Albans (W, 14 - 10)|
|Wake Forest||0-0-0||4-8-0||1888-10-18, @ North Carolina (W, 4 - 6)|
All records are ON FIELD records, including Bowl Games, Classics, Forfeits, Playoffs and/or Vacated games.
Inaugural Game is based on dates. If the indicated "Inaugural Game" is incorrect, it's because the date for that game is not set (as in we do not have this information).
ACC Football Schedule - Week 01
ACC Football Schedule - Week 02
|2014-09-05||Boston College||Pittsburgh||Pittsburgh leads series, 16-13-0|
|2014-09-06||Clemson||SC State||Clemson leads series, 2-0-0|
|2014-09-06||Florida State||The Citadel||Florida State leads series, 5-0-1|
|2014-09-06||Louisville||Murray State||Louisville leads series, 12-6-0|
|2014-09-06||Miami||Florida AM||Miami leads series, 8-1-0|
|2014-09-06||NC State||Old Dominion||FIRST meeting of schools!|
|2014-09-06||North Carolina||San Diego State||North Carolina leads series, 1-0-0|
|2014-09-06||Ohio State||Virginia Tech||FIRST meeting of schools!|
|2014-09-06||Troy||Duke||Duke leads series, 1-0-0|
|2014-09-06||Tulane||Georgia Tech||Georgia Tech leads series, 35-13-0|
|2014-09-06||Virginia||Richmond||Virginia leads series, 27-2-2|
|2014-09-06||Wake Forest||Gardner-Webb||Wake Forest leads series, 1-0-0|
ACC Football Schedule - Week 03
ACC Football Schedule - Week 04
|2014-09-20||Boston College||Maine||Boston College leads series, 4-3-0|
|2014-09-20||BYU||Virginia||Virginia leads series, 3-1-0|
|2014-09-20||Duke||Tulane||Tulane leads series, 2-1-0|
|2014-09-20||East Carolina||North Carolina||North Carolina leads series, 12-3-1|
|2014-09-20||FIU||Louisville||Louisville leads series, 2-1-0|
|2014-09-20||Florida State||Clemson||Florida State leads series, 19-8-0|
|2014-09-20||NC State||Presbyterian||Presbyterian leads series, 1-0-0|
|2014-09-20||Nebraska||Miami||Series TIED: 5-5-0|
|2014-09-20||Pittsburgh||Iowa||Pittsburgh leads series, 3-2-0|
|2014-09-20||Syracuse||Maryland||Syracuse leads series, 19-14-2|
|2014-09-20||Virginia Tech||Georgia Tech||Virginia Tech leads series, 8-3-0|
|2014-09-20||Wake Forest||Army||Wake Forest leads series, 9-4-0|
ACC Football Schedule - Week 05
ACC Football Schedule - Week 06
ACC Football Schedule - Week 07
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