- Packer and Durham, All ACC, In Play and The Huddle Resume with weekly listings
- Original Series: 3-Day Weekend, All Access: ACC Life and ACC Traditions return this fall
As the college sports season begins this fall, the ACC Network (ACCN) studio program will also resume on a daily schedule and its regular offering every week.
Packer and Durham (weekdays, 7-10 a.m. ET)
Packer and Durham, ACCN’s morning news and information show with hosts Mark Packer and Wes Durham, is live every weekday morning from The Basement. The show includes breaking news and storylines related to the ACC and includes interviews with coaches, student-athletes, as well as recording audience calls to 844-SAY-ACCN. The show will be broadcast simultaneously on SiriusXM ACC radio channel 371.
All ACC (Return Monday, August 30th at 8 p.m.; Monday, Tuesday, Thursday evening)
ACCN’s flagship news and information show, All ACC, is back with Jordan Cornette, Dalen cuff and Kelsey Riggs as a host along with a rotating cast of analysts. The show features the latest ACC headlines, news and highlights from across the league. On Mondays this autumn, the football games of the past weekend will be analyzed in detail Mark Cordiallywhile newbie Eddie Royal will preview the weekend’s games on Thursdays.
In the game (Return Tuesday, August 31st at 8 p.m.; relocation on Fridays from October)
Kelsey Riggs and EJ Manuel deliver everything that has to do with ACC – and just as the name of the show suggests, everything is on the table. In the game also features interviews with legendary ACC athletes and coaches, as well as discussions of current topics and major events.
The huddle (Return Thursday, September 2 at 6 p.m.; Saturday, September 4, 10 a.m. – 12 p.m.)
ACCN’s signature soccer program with host Jordan Cornette and analysts Eric Mac Lain, EJ Manuel and Mark Richt, returns on Thursday, September 2, to open college football season in NC State ahead of the Wolfpack’s game against USF, starting at 6 p.m., followed by a one-hour show (6 p.m.) in front of Old Dominion at the Wake Forest (7pm, ACCN) on Friday, September 3rd. The huddle Presented by Marathon is back for its regularly scheduled Saturday pre-game show on Saturday September 4th. The quartet preview and breakdown ACC soccer games every week at the ESPN studios in Bristol, Connecticut.
In addition to ACCN’s daily studio program, three original series 3-day weekend, All Access: The ACC Life and ACC traditions return this fall.
3-day weekend shows presenter Jess Roy traveling to ACC college cities, introducing fans to historic sites, popular restaurants and establishments, and giving viewers a taste of what the area has to offer. Coming episodes include 3 day weekend: Miami / Coral Gables (Wednesday, September 22nd, 7:00 p.m.) and 3 day weekend: Pittsburgh (Wednesday, September 29, 7 p.m.), in addition to stops in Boston and Clemson, SC this fall.
All Access: The ACC Life
All Access: The ACC Life gives a glimpse into a day in the life of ACC student-athletes, coaches, staff, parents and fans. The next edition is scheduled for this fall and will feature Clemson men’s soccer, NC State Cross Country and Syracuse volleyball. Further show dates and programs will be announced in the coming weeks.
ACC traditions, a series of 30-minute programs produced in association with Raycom Sports, focuses on the unique and rich traditions of the league’s locations and presents a mix of fun, archive footage, as well as new footage and interviews. the ACC traditions Series ends with this fall ACC Traditions: Louisville, ACC Traditions: Miami and ACC Traditions: Wake Forest. The dates and times of the premiere will be announced in the coming weeks.
Come for everything
ACC Network launched a new brand platform “Come For It All” at the start of the 2021 football season. With fans from across the conference and celebrating the rich traditions, excellence and lifestyle that make ACC football special, the anthem invites fans to join ACCN to enjoy all of the glorious ingredients that the Enrich the ACC soccer experience.
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