With two weeks left until the Clemson vs-Georgia Tech game, the game will have been televised on ESPN3, but with no ACC championship game since the 2010-11 season, there’s little chance of fans watching on their television sets.
The best way to watch it is online.
The ACC’s official website is down for this week.
The ACC’s app, which includes more than 50,000 live games and more than 10 million hours of ACC content, has also been temporarily down.
The app is still working but it’s unclear when it will return.
The game will be shown on ESPN’s College GameDay and will be streamed live on the ACC’s site.
The game is set for noon ET.
Clemson will play Georgia Tech in a game that has not yet been televised in its home-and-home series with the Panthers.
Clemson’s season has been interrupted by Hurricane Matthew and the U.S. Army-Navy game on Oct. 6, which has left Clemson without a bowl bid since 2015.
Cleombats coach Dabo Swinney will be the primary play-by-play announcer for the game.
He will call the game for ESPN3 with ESPN’s John King.
King, who has been Clemson’s play-caller since 2011, will be joined by a number of former college basketball players who have made their mark on the sport.
The list includes Clemson’s Jaylen Brown, who made his mark in 2013 and 2014 as an assistant coach on the national title team; senior forward Isaiah Hicks; sophomore guard Tyus Jones; junior forward Jordan Woodard; and junior forward DeAndre Mathis.
Cleoms senior center Tyus Wagner, who was named the ACC Player of the Year in 2014, is on the roster for the contest.