From ESPN MediaZone: ESPN2 to Televise Clemson’s Orange and White Scrimmage; Eight ACC Spring Games Available across ESPN Networks
ESPN will preview the 2019 college football season when its networks carry 23 spring games, including eight Atlantic Coast Conference spring contests, throughout March and April... The five-week ESPN slate springs into action on Friday, March 22 and continues with spring game programming every weekend, highlighting ESPN.com’s Way-Too-Early Top 25 heading into the 2019 season.
One ACC team will be featured on ESPN2:
No. 1 Clemson takes the first step in their title defense with the Orange & White Scrimmage on ESPN2, as the top-ranked Tigers take to Memorial Stadium on Saturday, April 6 at 2:30 p.m. ET.
Seven more ACC teams will get "digital coverage"
ACC Network Extra will carry spring games at Boston College, Duke, Florida State, Georgia Tech, NC State, North Carolina and Virginia as part of ESPN’s digital coverage. All eight ACC spring games will be available to stream on the ESPN App.
Here's the broadcast schedule:
Fri, Apr 5 TBD Duke: Spring ShowcaseACCX,
Sat Apr 6 Noon Boston College: Jay McGillis Memorial Spring GameACCX
1:00 p.m. NC State: Spring GameACCX
2:30 p.m. #1 Clemson: Orange and White ScrimmageESPN2
4:00 p.m. Florida State: Garnet & Gold Spring GameACCX
Sat, Apr 13 5:00 p.m. North Carolina: Carolina Football Spring GameACCX
Fri, Apr 26 TBD Georgia Tech: Spring GameACCX
Sat, Apr 27 1:00 p.m. Virginia: UVA Spring GameACCX
notes:  team rankings are from ESPN.com’s “Way-Too-Early Top 25”
 my shorthand for "ACC Network Extra"
COMMENTS: At first I thought it was blatantly unfair for only one ACC team to be covered on a linear ESPN channel... then it hit me: this is the final chance for an ACC Network tune-up for college football, and I'm guessing these 7 schools (and possibly even Clemson) will be using their own-campus facilities to produce these telecasts. To be honest, this time next year it could be this same break-down of TV networks, just changing the ACCX to ACCN.