Clemson vs North Carolina State Football TV Channel Kickoff


Clemson and NC State finally have a kickoff time for Week 5.

The No. 5 Tigers will host the No. 12 Wolfpack at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1, the ACC announced. The match will be televised by ABC.

ESPN had exercised a six-day suspension on the match last Monday, meaning the network was awaiting the results of this weekend’s matchups before fixing multiple times for next weekend.

Clemson beat Wake Forest, 51-45, in double overtime Saturday at Winston-Salem to improve to 4-0 and 2-0 in the ACC while NC State beat UConn, 41-10, Saturday night to also advance to 4-0.

Next Saturday’s game between the Atlantic Division rivals is shaping up to be the most important of the year in the ACC after NC State beat Clemson 27-21 in double overtime last season to break an eight-game losing streak. consecutive.

The Wolfpack fired a host of starters, including preseason ACC Player of the Year Devin Leary at quarterback, and emerged in the preseason as Clemson’s top challenger. for the 2022 conference title.

Clemson has won eight straight games at home against the Wolfpack since 2004. NC State’s last win at Memorial Stadium was in 2002 with quarterback Philip Rivers at the helm.

Clemson 2022 Football Schedule

  • September 5: at Georgia Tech, 41-10 W
  • September 10: vs. Furman, 35-12 W
  • Sept. 17: vs. Louisiana Tech, 48-20 W
  • Sept. 24: at Wake Forest, 51-45 (2 OT)
  • Oct. 1: vs. NC State, 7:30 p.m. ABC
  • October 8: at Boston College
  • October 15: at Florida State
  • October 22: against Syracuse
  • October 29: OPEN
  • Nov. 5: at Notre Dame, 7 p.m. (NBC)
  • November 12: vs. Louisville
  • November 19: against Miami
  • November 26: against South Carolina

This story was originally published September 24, 2022 11:19 p.m.

Chapel Fowler has covered Clemson football, among other topics, for The State since June 2022. He is a native of Denver, North Carolina, a 2020 UNC-Chapel Hill alumnus, and an avid basketball player. with previous stops at the Fayetteville (NC) Observer and Chatham (NC) News + Recording. His work has been honored by the Associated Press Sports Editors, the North Carolina Press Association, and the Associated College Press.


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