UNC-Georgia Tech Football Game TV Channel, How To Watch & Stream


The North Carolina No.21 heads to Georgia Tech in a bid to get a different result than his first road game this season. The Tar Heels (2-1, 1-1 ACC) are just 5-6 on the road in coach Mack Brown’s three seasons in his second term at Chapel Hill, including their 17-10 loss to Virginia Tech in the season opener.

Saturday’s game has the potential to be a little different, as it will be played at the 71,000-seat Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta instead of the Bobby Dodd Stadium campus. This will give more Carolina fans the chance to watch the game and equalize the Yellow Jackets home field advantage.

The match will pit two of the country’s top 10 units against each other in a one-on-one battle. The Tar Heels rank sixth nationally in total offense with an average of 553 yards per game. The Jackets (1-2, 0-1) are fifth in the country in passing yards per game, allowing just 124 yards per game.

Saturday’s UNC football game will be broadcast on the ACC network.

Are you a cord cutter?

If your preferred method of watching games involves streaming, there are options for that as well.

The game is also available to ACC network subscribers through the ESPN app and ESPN.com. The link to watch it is here.

Additionally, you can follow the game by following News & Observer reporter CL Brown (@clbrownhoops) on Twitter. He will be at Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta to cover the game.

Match day details: when does the UNC match start?

Teams: UNC Tar Heels at Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

Or: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta

Dated: Saturday September 25

Time: 7:30 p.m.

TV: ACC Network

Diffusion: ESPN3

Line of bet: UNC is a 12.5 point favorite.

Series history: GT leads 30-22-3.

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CL Brown covers the University of North Carolina for The News & Observer. Brown brings over two decades of reporting experience, including stints as a beat writer at Indiana University and the University of Louisville. After a long stint at the Louisville Courier-Journal, where he won an APSE award, he stopped by ESPN.com, The Athletic and even tried his hand at running his own website, clbrownhoops.com.


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