This set of guesses takes into account the two Thursday night results (Virginia Tech over Pittsburgh & USC over California). I'll give you my main scenario (two ACC Network games) and an alternate (an ABC split national window with ESPN3 outermarket coverage). I do not believe any of the ACC games will end up as ACC Network Extra exclusives.
Remember that some of these games are already locked into a start time, such as Wisconsin at Northwestern, Maryland at Michigan, the two SEC games listed at 12pm and the two Mountain West games at 10:15pm. Also, the two Big 12 games were specifically slotted to air at 3:30pm and 7pm. Noon ET was not presented as an option.
12pm ABC/ESPN2: Wisconsin at Northwestern
12pm ABC/ESPN2: Syracuse at Clemson
12pm ESPN: Texas A&M at Mississippi St.
12pm SEC: Vanderbilt at Auburn
12:30pm ACC Network: Louisville at Boston College
12:30pm ACC Network: Pittsburgh at Miami (FL)
3:30pm ABC: Washington at California
3:30pm ESPN: Maryland at Michigan
3:30pm ESPN2: Oklahoma St. at Kansas St.
3:30pm ESPNU: Georgia Tech at North Carolina
4pm Pac-12: Oregon at USC
7pm ESPN: Virginia Tech at Duke
7pm ESPN2: Kansas at West Virginia
7pm ESPNU: Florida St. at NC State
10:15pm ESPN2: Utah St. at Wyoming
10:15pm ESPNU: Nevada at New Mexico
10:30pm ESPN: Arizona at Washington St.
The alternate affects the 12:30pm ET ACC Network and 3:30pm ET telecast windows. To the best of my knowledge, the Big 12 and ACC still allow for games to be shown regionally on ABC without television coverage on ESPN or ESPN2 for those not receiving the game on their ABC affiliate.
All others remain the same:
12:30pm ACC: Pittsburgh at Miami (FL)
3:30pm ABC: Oklahoma St. at Kansas St. & Georgia Tech at North Carolina
3:30pm ESPN: Washington at California
3:30pm ESPN2: Maryland at Michigan
3:30pm ESPNU: Louisville at Boston College