The ACC has announced two changes to its future football schedule, which involve three programs: Louisville, Boston College and Wake Forest.
Louisville most recently played last night: a 30-0 win over Syracuse. Wake Forest was scheduled to Duke play on Saturday (Nov. 21); however, that game was called off due to an abundance of positive COVID-19 cases and subsequent quarantining of close contacts within Wake’s program.
ACC game date changes:
Boston College at Louisville moved back to Nov. 28.
Wake Forest at Louisville on Dec. 19
— Brett McMurphy (@Brett_McMurphy) November 21, 2020
Via the ACC:
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced today that, in an effort to maximize the opportunity to complete as many conference games as possible, the league has made the following schedule adjustments
The Louisville at Boston College game that was recently moved to Saturday, December 12 will now be played on Saturday, November 28. Game time and network will be announced on Sunday, November 22. The Wake Forest at Louisville game will now be played on Saturday, December 19. The game was originally scheduled to be played on Saturday, November 28. The Wake Forest at Duke game, announced earlier this week that it would not be played on Saturday, November 21, will not be rescheduled.
Wake Forest is continuing to adhere to the outlined protocols within the ACC Medical Advisory Group report after positive tests and subsequent quarantining within the football team was announced earlier this week. The full ACC MAG report is available on theACC.com (full report). Should Wake Forest determine it is able to play next weekend, the ACC has approved its ability to schedule a second non-conference game.