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Opponents, locations announced for 2013-14 ACC hoops season

Posted April 23, 2013

— With the Atlantic Coast Conference expanding to an 18-game schedule and 15 teams, the basketball schedule is more about brainwork than ever before. On Tuesday, the conference released the locations and opponents of the conference games for the 2013-14 season.

Each team will play four home-and home series’ as well as five home and five road games. Dates and times of the meetings will be announced later.

For Duke, they will play home-and-home against North Carolina, Wake Forest, Georgia Tech and newcomer Syracuse. Their road games will include Miami, Boston College and Clemson as well as Notre Dame and Pittsburgh. Coming to Cameron Indoor Stadium next season will be NC State, Maryland, Florida State, Virginia and Virginia Tech.

For North Carolina, in addition to the home-and-home with Duke, they will double up against NC State, Wake Forest and Notre Dame. UNC will travel to Syracuse, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Virginia and Virginia Tech. The Dean Dome will welcome Pittsburgh, Boston College, Clemson, Maryland and Miami.

For NC State, Wake Forest, Pittsburgh and Miami will join UNC as home-and-home opponents. The Wolfpack will visit Notre Dame, Syracuse, Clemson and Virginia Tech in addition to Duke. Boston College, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Maryland and Virginia will all play at PNC Arena.

Wake Forest’s fourth home-and-home opponent will be Clemson. The Deacons will also hols Syracuse, Notre Dame, Florida State, Georgia Tech and Boston College.

The 2013-14 ACC Tournament will again be played in Greensboro.

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  • Footflash Apr 26, 2013

    What does "hols" mean?

  • BeastOfTheHill Apr 24, 2013

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    i don't know, Clemson is coming to Chapel Hill.!.:)

  • mac240 Apr 24, 2013

    No easy games in this conference!

  • anderson Apr 24, 2013

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    yeah...the women are the ones on the sidelines in the short little skirts ;)..lol

  • 4tarheels Apr 24, 2013

    It ainn't your Daddy's ACC anymore.

  • TruthBKnown Banned Again01 Apr 23, 2013

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    Yes, they play sports. You probably saw it while flipping channels and thought it was a slow-motion, midget league. ;)

  • Ken D. Apr 23, 2013

    Considering the way announcers this year talked as if Maryland was playing its "last games" against rivals like Duke, you would have thought they wouldn't be on the 2013-14 schedule. Did I miss something?

  • kmorsreturn Apr 23, 2013

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    or even work :)

  • StunGunn Apr 23, 2013

    I realize it gets more difficult, but I really wish the big four would ALL have home and home games. State and Duke should have the home and homes. I'm glad The Heels still have their home and homes with State and Duke. Too much tradition to lose to expansion.

  • StunGunn Apr 23, 2013

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    The next thing you know, we'll be allowed to vote:) Just messing with you, KM:)

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