The University of Clemson’s home schedule is already packed with home games.
It’s the type of schedule that makes fans forget about travel.
But the ACC’s top program has a few games that will leave even fans with no ties to the conference behind.
The following games are scheduled to take place in early January.
If you are traveling and cannot attend all of them, here’s a list of the ones you can.
Duke Blue Devils at Duke: Saturday, Jan. 19 at 3:30 p.m.
ET, ESPN2 (ESPN)The Blue Devils are a little bit of an oddity in the ACC Coastal Division.
The Blue Devils have a winning record in only one conference this season and have a losing record in three of the last four.
They are 6-1 in their last seven games.
Ducks head coachannounced this week that the team will begin its regular season at 5-6, but the team has a lot of talent on its roster.
The biggest of those is quarterback Jameis Winston.
Winston is averaging a career-best 2,976 yards passing, 21 touchdowns and just two interceptions in two seasons at Duke.
The junior is second on the team with 854 rushing yards and ranks second with 2,851 total yards.
The senior also has 18 touchdown passes, while he has rushed for over 100 yards in each of the past four games.
The team will travel to Clemson for the second time in two weeks.
Duke has been to Clemson four times in the past five seasons.
Dalvin Cooks vs. Virginia Tech: Saturday.
Jan. 20 at 1 p.p.m., ESPN2Dalton Cooks is the reigning Heisman Trophy winner.
Cooks leads the ACC with 826 rushing yards, which are the most in the nation.
Cook will be in town to face Virginia Tech, who have lost five of their past six games.
Cooks, who is entering his fourth year as the starter for the Hokies, has scored three touchdowns in four games against Virginia Tech this season.
Cook also has one rushing touchdown and two receiving touchdowns.
The Hokies are 2-2 in those games.
Virginia Tech will be without starting quarterback Logan Thomas, who was injured against Louisville.
The Red Raiders have lost two straight, and Thomas is the only returning starter on the offense.
They will be looking to keep the ball moving in the second half.
Clemson vs. Maryland: Saturday., Jan. 27 at 3 p.b.m, ESPN3 (ESPN2)The ACC’s second-ranked program has been the most consistent team in the league in 2017.
The Tigers are 3-1 with their most wins in three years.
Clemson has won three of its last four games, including a 31-10 victory over Duke on Saturday night.
Freshman running back Joe Williams leads the Tigers with 1,737 yards rushing, including 2,077 yards on the ground.
Clemson also has two returning starters with 1) the best total rushing yards per game in the country and 2) the nation’s best rushing yards average in 2017 (3,065.4).
The Tigers will also be without wide receiver J.J. Johnson, who suffered a season-ending injury against Louisville on Saturday.
Maryland has been one of the top teams in the conference in recent years.
In its past five games, the Terrapins have averaged 48 points per game and have won nine of their last 10 games.
The Terrapin defense has allowed a combined 41.8 points per contest in those wins.
Maryland leads the league with an average of 21.3 points per games allowed.
Including the games that Maryland has not played, the Tigers have allowed only 10.9 points per team in its past eight games.