What channel is UNC football vs Pittsburgh on today? Time, TV schedule for Tar Heels
The North Carolina Tar Heels football team is scheduled to face the Pittsburgh Panthers in the ACC opener on Saturday night in Pittsburgh.
The game is set for 8 p.m. at Acrisure Stadium and will be televised on ACC Network. The 17th-ranked Tar Heels (3-0) won 31-13 against Minnesota last week and Pitt lost 17-6 in the Backyard Brawl at West Virginia.
UNC leads the all-time series 11-5, but the Panthers have won the last two times the teams played in Pittsburgh.
Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s game, including time, date, TV and streaming info, and more.
How to watch UNC football vs. Pitt on TV, live stream
Start time: 8 p.m. ET on Saturday, Sept. 23
Location: Acrisure Stadium in Pittsburgh
TV: ACC Network
Live Stream: fuboTV – (Start Your Free Trial)
How can I watch the Pittsburgh Panthers vs. North Carolina Tar Heels?
The following channels will be broadcasting the game live in the US: ACCN
Watch Pittsburgh Panthers vs. North Carolina Tar Heels live stream on FuboTV (free trial available)
UNC at Pitt will be televised on ACC Network. Wes Durham and Tim Hasselbeck will call the game from the booth, while Taylor Tannebaum reports from the sidelines at Acrisure Stadium. Streaming options for the game include ESPN Plus and FUBO, which offers a free trial to potential subscribers.
Series history: The Tar Heels leads the all-time series 11-5. UNC defeated Pitt, 42-24, last season in Chapel Hill.
UNC vs. Pitt betting odds, spread, over/under
Odds courtesy of BetMGM as of Thursday, Sept. 21.
Spread: UNC is a 7.5-point favorite
Moneyline: UNC (-300), Pitt (+240)
Over/Under: 50.5 points
UNC football schedule
- Sept. 2: vs. South Carolina W, 31-17
- Sept. 9: vs. App State W, 40-34 (2OT)
- Sept. 16: vs. Minnesota W, 31-13
- Sept. 23: at Pitt (8 p.m., ACC Network)
- Sept. 30: Open
- Oct. 7: vs. Syracuse
- Oct. 14: vs. Miami
- Oct. 21: vs. Virginia
- Oct. 28: at Georgia Tech
- Nov. 4: vs. Campbell
- Nov. 11: vs. Duke
- Nov. 18: at Clemson
- Nov. 25: at NC State