ACC Championship Game Online Live Stream, TV Broadcast Info

    ACC Championship Game online live stream, TV broadcast information, and predictions. The No. 1 Tigers will look to keep the nation’s longest winning streak intact when they take on the No. 10 Tar Heels in the ACC Championship game in Charlotte Saturday.

    December 2, 2015

    Everything you need to know about the ACC Championship online live stream and TV broadcast, as well as game notes and prediction.

    The No. 1 Clemson Tigers will look to keep the nation’s longest winning streak intact when they take on the No. 10 North Carolina Tar Heels in the 2015 ACC Championship Game in Charlotte.

    Saturday’s game will mark the third time the Tigers (12-0, 8-0 ACC) will make an appearance in the conference title game as representatives of the Atlantic division. Clemson lost to Georgia Tech in its first title game in 2009, but beat Virginia Tech in 2011. The Tigers are undefeated on the season despite getting a scare from in-state rival South Carolina last week. Shon Carson punched in a score early in the fourth quarter to pull the Gamecocks within three, but Clemson responded with a touchdown and a field goal to seal the victory. Deshaun Watson was outstanding yet again for the Tigers, amassing 393 total yards and four touchdowns. The Tigers offense was clicking as Wayne Gallman joined Watson with over 100 yards (school record seventh of the season) rushing of his own on 19 carries, while Deon Cain (5 rec, 96 yards) caught Watson’s only touchdown pass. Clemson will need more of the same Saturday in order to capture their 15th ACC championship, tying Florida State for the most.

    The Tar Heels (11-1, 8-0 ACC) are making their first appearance in the ACC title game on Saturday. Like its opponent, North Carolina comes into this one rolling, having won a school record 11 games in a row following its season opening loss to South Carolina. Its latest win was a 45-34 triumph over in-state rival N.C. State in Raleigh last week. The Heels scored five touchdowns in the first quarter and led 35-7 after the first frame. The Wolfpack would rally, but the early deficit was too much to overcome. Elijah Hood (21 car, 220 yards, 2 TD) tore up N.C. State on the ground notching his first 200 yard game and seventh 100 yard performance of the season. T.J. Logan joined his backfield mate with 100 yards himself and a pair of scores. With the running game dominating, Marquise Williams took a back seat putting up a modest line of 227 total yards with a touchdown and a pick.

    Clemson and North Carolina will meet up for the 57th time on Saturday, with the Tigers holding a 36-19-1 advantage all-time. Clemson has also had recent success over UNC, winning five of the last six matchups since 2002.

    Below is everything you need to know about the matchup, including the ACC Championship Game online live stream, TV broadcast information, game notes and prediction.

    ACC Championship Game Online Live Stream, Game Broadcast Information

    • Venue: Bank of America Stadium
    • Date: Saturday, December 5
    • Kickoff Time: 8:00 p.m. ET
    • National TV: ABC
    • ACC Championship Online Live Stream: Watch ESPN, No Radio Stream Available


    North Carolina is a terrific team, flush in talent, experience and momentum. The Heels are legit top 10 or so timber. Clemson, though, is a cut above, just a little crisper with the ball and a full rung better on defense. After a first-half tussle, the Tigers will build some daylight behind Watson and Brent Venables’ top-tier defense, completing a perfect regular season.

    For the final score prediction, check out our ACC Championship preview.

    Game Notes

    • This is just the fourth time in school history that North Carolina has won 11 games; the last time was 1997. UNC has never won 12 games in a season
    • The ACC Championship game will be the 100th game for Dabo Swinney as Clemson head coach. Swinney has a 73-26 record in his first 99 games.
    • Marquise Williams has a school-record 9,794 total yards of offense, which ranks seventh in ACC history.

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