The Atlantic Coast Conference released Virginia football's 12-year schedule for its rotating division crossover conference opponents on Tuesday.
June 4, 2013
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Charlottesville, Va. - The Atlantic Coast Conference released Virginia football's 12-year schedule for its rotating division crossover conference opponents on Tuesday.
The rotating division crossover opponent is the one ACC team that changes every year on each ACC teams' football schedules. With the addition of Pitt and Syracuse to the ACC this fall, each ACC team will play all six divisional opponents annually, one primary crossover team from the opposite division which does not change, and one rotating team from the opposite division which does change.
The league previously announced a future home and away schedule for divisional opponents and primary division crossover teams, as well as each school's rotating division crossover for 2013. Today's announcement completes the conference schedule for ACC teams from 2014 through the 2024 season. Virginia's tentative schedule for each season from 2014 through 2024 is listed below.
Virginia's 2013 rotating crossover for 2013 is Clemson and its primary crossover team for 2013 is Maryland. Louisville will take Maryland's place as UVa's permanent Atlantic Division primary crossover opponent in 2014.
Virginia's ACC division crossover schedule through 2024:
2013 - Clemson
2014 - at Florida Sate
2015 - Syracuse
2016 - at Wake Forest
2017 - Boston College
2018 - at NC State
2019 - Florida State
2020 - at Clemson
2021 - Wake Forest
2022 - at Syracuse
2023 - NC State
2024 - at Boston College
Several options are currently available for tickets for Virginia's 2013 schedule.
Single-game tickets for the Aug. 31 season opener against BYU are available at five price levels ranging from $24-$48. Tickets for the Sept. 7game against Oregon are $65 each in the lower and upper levels of Scott Stadium. Both game are scheduled to kickoff at 3:30 p.m.
Single-game tickets for UVa's home games against VMI (Sept. 21), Ball State (Oct. 5), Duke (Oct. 19), Georgia Tech (Oct. 26), Clemson (Nov. 2) and Virginia Tech (Nov. 30) will go on sale to the public on Friday, July 19.
Mini-Packages and Season Tickets The three-game Kickoff Package includes Virginia's home games against BYU, Oregon and the Homecomings contest against Georgia Tech. The Kickoff Package is offered for a limited time until Monday, May 27 at three price levels: $110, $135 and $150. These prices represent a savings of $9-$12 off the single-game ticket price for each package.
The four-game Wahoo Package features UVa's home games against BYU, VMI, Georgia Tech and Virginia Tech. The four-game Cavalier Package includes Virginia's home games against Oregon, Ball State, Duke and Clemson.
The Wahoo Package and Cavalier Package are also offered at three price levels: $125, $160 and $180, a savings of $18-$21 off the single-game ticket price for each package.
Season tickets remain on sale at five price levels from $176-$345 and a three-month, interest-free payment plan option is available. Season tickets and mini-packages offer preferred seat locations in each price level.
Fans may purchase tickets online and by using their mobile device at VirginiaSports.com/tickets or by calling the Virginia Athletics Ticket Office at 1-800-542-8821 or 434-924-8821 weekdays between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Season tickets, mini-ticket packages and single-game tickets can also be ordered in person by visiting the Athletics Ticket Office in Bryant Hall at Scott Stadium weekdays between 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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