Mark your calendars: Clemson football’s schedule is set for 2024

Clemson football’s 2024 schedule is official.

The ACC released the Tigers’ full 12-game schedule Wednesday during a two-hour TV special, with kickoff times to be determined at a later date. Here’s the full schedule:

  • Aug. 31: vs. Georgia in Atlanta (neutral site)

  • Sept. 7: vs. App State

  • Sept. 14: OPEN

  • Sept. 21: vs. NC State

  • Sept. 28: vs. Stanford

  • Oct. 5: at Florida State

  • Oct. 12: at Wake Forest

  • Oct. 19: vs. Virginia

  • Oct. 26: OPEN

  • Nov. 2: vs. Louisville

  • Nov. 9: at Virginia Tech

  • Nov. 16: at Pitt

  • Nov. 23: vs. The Citadel

  • Nov. 30: vs. South Carolina

The Tigers’ non-conference games – including a massive season opener against Georgia in the 2024 Aflac Kickoff Game – were already public before Wednesday, as were their conference home game opponents and away game opponents.

For a second straight season, ACC teams will compete in a divisionless format with the top two teams based on conference winning percentage competing in the ACC championship in Charlotte the first weekend of December. The league also jumps up from 14 to 17 full-time football members after adding Cal, Stanford and SMU last fall.

Coach Dabo Swinney’s team went 9-4 in 2023, snapping a 12-year streak of consecutive seasons dating back to 2011. The Tigers finished the year beating Kentucky in the Gator Bowl but failed to qualify for the ACC championship game or College Football Playoff for the second time in three seasons.

But with the CFP expanding from four teams to 12 teams starting in 2024, there’s opportunity abound for Clemson, which finished No. 22 in the final AP Top 25 poll of the season and sits at No. 19 in ESPN’s way-too-early top 25 for 2024.

This is a developing story and will be updated.