Pitt will be well represented at the 2023 ACC Football Kickoff next week in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Pat Narduzzi will be joined by a few key players in Phil Jurkovec, Matt Goncalves and M.J. Devonshire as Pitt football will make its appearances for the ACC media.
The ACC Network will broadcast all three days of the ACC Football Kickoff, with each day starting off at 9 a.m., and all three days will feature around-the-clock coverage from the ACC Network crew.
Next Wednesday in Charlotte 🛬
2023 ACC Kickoff Media Day 🎥
— Pitt Football (@Pitt_FB) July 18, 2023
Pitt is slated for a 10-10:30 a.m. window on July 26, the second day of the ACC Football Kickoff, and all four of Pitt’s attendees will be speaking.
It’s a chance for the conference-wide media to get a chance to check in on the 14 teams in the ACC, and the preseason ranking and All-ACC teams will be announced following the three-day event.
ACC commissioner Jim Phillips will also be speaking during the week.
Pitt will kick off its season on Sept. 2 when Wofford comes to Acrisure Stadium for a non-conference matchup, and the ACC schedule will begin on Sept. 23 when North Carolina comes to Acrisure for a rematch of last season’s 42-24 win.
Pitt’s ACC slate this season includes UNC, Virginia Tech, Louisville, Wake Forest, Florida State, Syracuse, Boston College and Duke.
The 2023 ACC championship game is set for Saturday, Dec. 2 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte. It’s the first season where the two teams with the best records in the ACC will square off for the title.