The ACC Championship Game is one of the best events of the college football season. The game has national championship implications many years, and historically had a direct path into the Orange Bowl for the winner, and now is a setup game for the ACC's CFP hopefuls. The top team from the Coastal Division plays the top team from the Atlantic Division to crown the winner of the Atlantic Coast Conference. The inaugural game was played in 2005 at Alltel Stadium (now Everbank Field) between Florida State and Virginia Tech, which was won by the Seminoles 27-22. Thus far, only FSU, Wake Forrest, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech and Clemson have won the title. Virginia Tech won 3 ACC Championship titles in 4 years from 2007-2010, but it is the Florida State Seminoles who have the most championships overall, winning the innagual ACC Championship game in 2005, and adding 3 titles in a row from 2012-2014.
Fans going to the ACC Championship get to experience a great tailgating atmosphere, as well as a world-class football game between two teams looking for the conference hardware they’ve worked all season to get. The ACC is one of the strongest football conferences in the country and the winner of the 2016 ACC Championship game will be one of the top teams in the country, in line for a CFP appearance, or a bid for one of the New Years 6 bowl games.
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2016 ACC Championship Game Preview
The 2016 ACC Championship Game will be played on Saturday December 3rd, 2016. The game was initially slated to be played in Charlotte, North Carolina, but has been moved to a venue that will be determined soon. Check back for an update on the location and time of the 2016 ACC Championship game.
ACC Championship Game Event Guide
What are the best attractions to see when in Charlotte for the ACC Championship?
Discovery Place is a fun and educational place to take the family, giving kids hands-on fun as well as a giant IMAX theatre. If you’re into car racing, check out the Hendrick Motorsports Complex. Into the great outdoors? Check out the U.S. National Whitewater Center to get your rock climbing and whitewater rafting on while in town.
Where are the best places to eat when in Charlotte for the ACC Championship?
Del Frisco’s is a top-notch steakhouse in south Charlotte, and if you want to stay in the downtown area, try The King’s Kitchen. Looking for a vegan alternative? Luna’s Living Kitchen if the place you want to be. It’s Charlotte’s highest-rated restaurant on TripAdvisor.
Who are some of the best players to play in the ACC Championship?
The ACC Championship Game has featured some of the best performers in the history of the conference, and some of the most notable names in all of college football. Former MVP's include Deshaun Watson, Dalvin Cook, Tajh Boyd, Tyrod Taylor, and C. J. Spiller.