Pitt will make its leap into the Atlantic Coast Conference by hosting defending-champion Florida State on Labor Day at Heinz Field and close its first season in the league with a home game against Miami.
The Panthers will host the Seminoles on Sept. 2 at 8 p.m. They will close their schedule on Nov. 29, also at Heinz Field, against the Hurricanes.
Pitt’s other conference home games include Virginia (Sept. 28) and North Carolina (Nov. 16).
The Panthers’ road ACC games are Duke (Sept. 21), Virginia Tech (Oct. 12), Georgia Tech (Nov. 2) and Syracuse (Nov. 23).
The non-conference schedule includes a Nov. 9 home date with Notre Dame.
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