Pittsburgh (93.7 The Fan) - Pitt will play 11 football games--10 against Atlantic Coast Conference opponents--under the ACC's fall sports plan announced Wednesday.
The conference's board of directors said fall sports will begin during the week of Sept. 7-12, provided public health guidelines allow.
The Panthers five home games will be against Louisville, North Carolina State, Notre Dame, Syracuse and Virginia Tech. The away games will at Boston College, Clemson, Florida State, Georgia Tech and Miami.l
Clemson headlines the four teams added to the schedule. The Panthers no longer will face Duke, North Carolina and Virginia, while Notre Dame originally was a non-conference game. The Fighting Irish will be eligible for the conference championship. There won't be a divisional alignment. The first and second place teams will play for the ACC championship.
Pitt's non-conference game opponent has not been determined. It must be played in Pennsylvania.