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NCAA.com | July 13, 2017

When are ACC football media days?

  Clemson won the 2016-17 national title about one month after its second straight ACC championship.

The 2017-18 college football season is drawing closer, which means it's time for coaches to take the podium for their annual media days.

The Atlantic Coast Conference will host its media days from July 13-14 in Charlotte, North Carolina. The coaches and student-athletes from the Atlantic division will answer questions on that Thursday while those representing the Coastal division will take their turn on Friday.

MEDIA DAYS: SEC | Big 12 | Big Ten | Pac 12

Below is the schedule of events for the two days in Charlotte. All the action can be viewed on ACC Network Extra or streamed at theACC.com.

Thursday, July 13

10 a.m. Commissioner's forum

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

4:30 p.m. Officiating forum

Friday, July 14

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

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

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

11:31 a.m.: Virginia Tech (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 (Paul Johnson, WR Ricky Jeune, DE KeShun Freeman)

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

Last year's national champion, Clemson, won the ACC crown with a 42-35 victory over Virginia Tech last Dec. 3. The 2017 conference title game will be played on Dec. 2 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte.

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