GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) - The Atlantic Coast Conference has announced Notre Dame's league football opponents for the 2014-16 seasons.
The ACC on Friday released the list of opponents for the Fighting Irish.
They are playing five ACC teams per season as part of their football partnership with the league, and will face each team at least once during the first three years of the agreement.
They will play home games against new member Louisville, North Carolina and Wake Forest in 2014 while visiting Florida State and Syracuse.
Notre Dame will visit Clemson, Pittsburgh and Virginia in 2015 and play host to Boston College and Georgia Tech.
The following year the Irish will be home against Duke, Miami and Virginia Tech, and will visit North Carolina State and Syracuse.

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