THE FLATS – Georgia Tech football’s game at Clemson on Saturday, Nov. 11 will kick off at noon and be televised nationally on ABC, the Atlantic Coast Conference and its television partners announced on Saturday evening.
Georgia Tech (5-4, 4-2 ACC) enters the nationally televised showdown alone in third place in the 15-team ACC standings, following Saturday’s 45-17 rout at Virginia. Clemson (5-4, 2-4 ACC) is coming off a 31-23 home win over No. 12 Notre Dame.
The game will be the Yellow Jackets’ first ACC matchup on ABC since a 14-8 thriller at Clemson on Sept. 18, 2021, and will mark the seventh-straight season that ABC has carried at least one Tech contest.
Next Saturday’s game at Clemson is Georgia Tech’s final true road contest of the 2023 campaign. Following the trip to Clemson, the Jackets return home to close the regular season against Syracuse (Nov. 18) and archrival Georgia (Nov. 25). Tickets remain for Tech’s final two home games of the regular season and can be purchased online by clicking HERE.
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