Because of concerns related to the coronavirus pandemic, the ACC scrapped its original schedule and created one in which each school would play 10 conference games and one out-of-league foe in its home state.
"Obviously, many will be disappointed that our long-standing competitive streak with Notre Dame will be interrupted due to the scheduling circumstances imposed by the pandemic", Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk said in a statement.
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced last week its member football teams will compete in a 10-game season this fall, with nine of those contests being league matchups and one being a nonconference tilt.
The ACC Championship Game will be played either December 12 or 19 at Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C.
Notre Dame-Navy claimed to be the third-longest college football rivalry that was never interrupted, and the longest such rivalry between two teams who weren't conference opponents. Navy announced Thursday it would replace Notre Dame with BYU this season, along with an agreement to extend the Notre Dame series contract to 2032. Clemson and North Carolina have not yet secured non-conference opponents. The Irish were set to play five-time reigning ACC champion Clemson, Wake Forest, Pittsburgh, Duke, Georgia Tech and Louisville this year.
In addition to the opener at Florida State, the rest of the road slate includes ACC contests at Syracuse (Sept. 26), Boston College (Oct. 24), Miami (Nov. 21) and NC State (Dec. 5).
After the opener, Pitt coach Pat Narduzzi, who is entering his sixth season, will lead his team against Syracuse (Sept. 12), Louisville (Sept. 19) and N.C. State (Sept. 26) at home, followed by trips to Boston College and Miami on October 10 and 17.
All games are now scheduled for Saturdays.
Louisville will play its lone non-conference game in its season opener, September 12 against Western Kentucky at Cardinal Stadium.