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ACC releases 2014-15 men’s basketball schedule

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Chuck Liddy - cliddy@newsobserver.com
Duke forward Amile Jefferson (21) and Syracuse forward C.J. Fair (5) battle for a rebound during Duke’s 66-60 at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C. Saturday Feb. 22, 2014.

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  • ACC Schedules

    Duke

    Oct. 26Bowie State (exhibition)Durham1:00
    Nov. 2Drury (exhibition)Durham1:00
    Nov. 8DavidsonDurham7:00
    Nov. 12Kansas (State Farm Champions Classic)Chicago10:00
    Nov. 15Florida AtlanticDurham7:00
    Nov. 18UNC Asheville (Preseason NIT)Durham7:00
    Nov. 19East Carolina/Norfolk State (Preseason NIT)Durham6:00
    Nov. 24VermontDurham6:30
    Nov. 27Preseason NIT semifinalNew YorkTBD
    Nov. 29Preseason NIT finalNew YorkTBD
    Dec. 3Michigan (Big Ten/ACC Challenge)Durham9:15
    Dec. 16Gardner-WebbDurham7:00
    Dec. 19UCLA (CarQuest Auto Parts Classic)New York7:30
    Dec. 28Eastern MichiganDurham2:00
    Dec. 31ElonGreensboro1:00
    Jan. 4at Notre DameSouth Bend, Ind.4:00
    Jan. 7Georgia TechDurham7:00
    Jan. 11at ClemsonClemson, S.C.2:00
    Jan. 13VirginiaDurham7:00
    Jan. 18N.C. StateDurham2:00
    Jan. 22at MiamiCoral Gables, Fla.7:30
    Jan. 25Florida StateDurhamNoon
    Jan. 27at PittsburghPittsburgh7:00
    Feb. 1at SyracuseSyracuse, N.Y.6:30
    Feb. 4Wake ForestDurham9:00
    Feb. 8at Boston CollegeChestnut Hill, Mass.6:00
    Feb. 15Maryland Durham6:00
    Feb. 18at Georgia TechAtlanta9:00
    Feb. 20at North CarolinaChapel Hill9:00
    Feb. 22SyracuseDurham7:00
    Feb. 25Virginia TechDurham7:00
    March 5at Wake ForestWinston-Salem7:00
    March 8North CarolinaDurham9:00
    March 10-14ACC tournamentGreensboro

    Clemson

    Nov 8Anderson (exhibition)Clemson, S.C.5:00
    Nov 14Florida A&MClemson, S.C.7:00
    Nov 17WinthropClemson, S.C.7:00
    Nov 21Gardner-Webb (Paradise Jam)St. Thomas, Virgin Islands1:30
    Nov 22TBA (Paradise Jam)St. Thomas, Virgin IslandsTBA
    Nov 23TBA (Paradise Jam)St. Thomas, Virgin IslandsTBA
    Nov 24TBA (Paradise Jam)St. Thomas, Virgin IslandsTBA
    Nov 28High PointClemson, S.C.7:00
    Dec 1Rutgers (ACC/Big Ten Challenge)Clemson, S.C.TBA
    Dec 7ArkansasClemson, S.C.4:00
    Dec 14AuburnClemson, S.C.TBA
    Dec 19at South CarolinaColumbia7:00
    Dec 22Oakland (Mich.)Clemson, S.C.7:00
    Dec 30Robert MorrisClemson, S.C.7:00
    Jan 3North CarolinaClemson S.C.4:30/8
    Jan. 7at LouisvilleLouisville, Ky.9
    Jan. 10at PittsburghPittsburghNoon
    Jan. 13at VirginiaCharlottesville, Va.8
    Jan 17SyracuseClemson, S.C.4
    Jan. 19Florida StateClemson, S.C.7
    Jan 24Wake ForestClemson, S.C.Noon
    Jan. 28at N.C. StateRaleigh9
    Jan. 31Boston CollegeClemson, S.C.Noon
    Feb. 4at Virginia TechBlacksburg, Va.9
    Feb. 8at MiamiCoral Gables, Fla.6:30
    Feb 10Notre DameClemson, S.C.7
    Feb. 14Virginia TechClemson, S.C.Noon
    Feb. 16at Georgia TechAtlanta9
    Feb. 21at DukeDurham4
    Feb. 28Georgia TechClemson, S.C.Noon
    March 3N.C. StateClemson, S.C.9
    March 7at Notre DameSouth Bend, Ind.4
    March 10-14ACC tournamentGreensboro

    North Carolina

    Oct. 24Fayetteville State (exhibition)Chapel Hill7:30
    Nov. 7Belmont Abbey (exhibition)Chapel Hill7:30
    Nov. 14NC CentralChapel Hill8:00
    Nov. 16Robert MorrisChapel Hill6:00
    Nov. 22DavidsonCharlotteTBA
    Nov. 26Butler (Battle 4 Atlantis)Paradise Island, BahamasNoon
    Nov. 27Oklahoma or UCLA (Battle 4 Atlantis)Paradise Island, BahamasTBA
    Nov. 28UAB, Florida Georgetown or Wisconsin (Battle 4 Atlantis)Paradise Island, BahamasTBA
    Dec. 3Iowa (ACC/Big Ten Challenge)Chapel Hill7:30
    Dec. 7East CarolinaChapel Hill2:00
    Dec. 13Kentuckyat Lexington, Ky.Noon
    Dec. 16UNC Greensboroat Greensboro7:00
    Dec. 20Ohio State (CBS Sports Classic)Chicago, Ill.1:00
    Dec. 27Ala.-BirminghamChapel Hill7:30
    Dec. 30William & MaryChapel HillTBA
    Jan. 3Clemsonat Clemson, S.C.TBA
    Jan. 5Notre DameChapel Hill7:00
    Jan. 10LouisvilleChapel Hill2:00
    Jan. 14N.C. Stateat Raleigh7:00
    Jan. 18Virginia TechChapel Hill6:30
    Jan. 21Wake Forestat Winston-Salem7:00
    Jan. 24Florida StateChapel Hill2:00
    Jan. 26SyracuseChapel Hill7:00
    Jan. 31Louisvilleat Louisville, Ky.TBA
    Feb. 2VirginiaChapel Hill7:00
    Feb. 7Boston Collegeat Chestnut Hill, Mass.3:00
    Feb. 14Pittsburghat PittsburghNoon
    Feb. 18Dukeat Durham9:00
    Feb. 21Georgia TechChapel HillNoon
    Feb. 24N.C. StateChapel Hill8:00
    Feb. 28Miamiat Coral Gables, Fla.2:00
    March 3Georgia Techat Atlanta7:00
    March 7DukeChapel HillTBA
    March 10-14ACC tournamentGreensboro

    N.C. State

    Nov. 14Jackson StatePNC ArenaTBA
    Nov. 17HofstraPNC ArenaTBA
    Nov. 20JacksonvillePNC ArenaTBA
    Nov. 23South Florida PNC Arena4:00
    Nov. 26RichmondPNC ArenaTBA
    Nov. 28Boise StatePNC ArenaTBA
    Dec. 2at Purdue West Lafayette, Ind.9:00
    Dec. 6Wake ForestPNC ArenaTBA
    Dec. 12Charleston SouthernReynolds ColiseumTBA
    Dec. 14WoffordReynolds ColiseumTBA
    Dec. 17Tennessee PNC Arena7:00
    Dec. 20West Virginia New York9:30
    Dec. 23Louisiana TechPNC ArenaTBA
    Dec. 30CincinnatiPNC ArenaTBA
    Jan. 3Pittsburgh PNC ArenaNoon
    Jan. 7at Virginia Charlottesville, Va.7:00
    Jan. 11Duke RaleighTBA
    Jan. 14North Carolina PNC Arena7:00
    Jan. 17at Florida State Tallahassee, Fla.1:30
    Jan. 22at Miami Miami, Fla.8:00
    Jan. 25Notre Dame PNC Arena6:30
    Jan. 28Clemson PNC Arena9:00
    Jan. 31at Georgia Tech AtlantaNoon
    Feb. 3at Wake Forest Winston-Salem8:00
    Feb. 11Virginia PNC Arena8:00
    Feb. 14at Louisville Louisville, Ky.4:00
    Feb. 21Virginia Tech PNC Arena6:00
    Feb. 24at North Carolina Chapel Hill8:00
    Feb. 28at Boston College Chestnut Hill, Mass.Noon
    March 3at Clemson Clemson, S.C.9:00
    March 7Syracuse PNC ArenaNoon
    March 10-14ACC tournamentGreensboro

    Wake Forest

    Nov. 7Young Harris (exhibition)Winston-Salem7:00
    Nov. 14UNC AshevilleWinston-Salem7:00
    Nov. 17at TulaneNew Orleans8:00
    Nov. 19at ArkansasFayetteville, Ark.8:00
    Nov. 21IonaWinston-Salem8:30
    Nov. 24Nicholls StateWinston-Salem7:00
    Nov. 26Mount Saint Mary'sWinston-Salem7:00
    Nov. 28Delaware StateWinston-Salem7:00
    Dec. 2Minnesota Winston-Salem7:00
    Dec. 6at N.C. State Raleigh7:00
    Dec. 14SamfordWinston-Salem6:00
    Dec. 20FloridaSunrise, Fla.4:30
    Dec. 22BucknellWinston-Salem7:00
    Dec. 28at RichmondRichmond, Va.TBA
    Dec. 31PrincetonWinston-Salem1:00
    Jan. 4Louisville Winston-Salem8:00
    Jan. 7Duke Winston-Salem9:00
    Jan. 10Georgia Tech Winston-SalemNoon
    Jan. 13at Syracuse Syracuse, N.Y.8:00
    Jan. 21North Carolina Winston-Salem7:00
    Jan. 24at Clemson Clemson, S.C.Noon
    Jan. 28at Florida State Tallahassee, Fla.7:00
    Jan. 31Virginia Tech Winston-Salem2:00
    Feb. 03N.C. State Winston-Salem8:00
    Feb. 07at Georgia Tech AtlantaNoon
    Feb. 11Miami Winston-Salem7:00
    Feb. 14at Virginia Charlottesville, Va.2:30
    Feb. 17at Notre Dame South Bend, Ind.7:00
    Feb. 25Virginia Winston-Salem7:00
    March 1Pittsburgh Winston-Salem6:30
    March 4at Duke Durham8:00
    March 7at Boston College Chestnut Hill, Mass.2:00
    March 10-14ACC tournamentGreensboro



The ACC released its 2014-15 men’s basketball schedule Wednesday afternoon.

The conference fun will get started in Raleigh.

Wake Forest will travel to N.C. State for a 7:30 p.m. tip Dec. 6 – the same day as the ACC championship game in football. There will be one other league game that month, on Dec. 13 (Florida State at Notre Dame).

At first glance, Duke has a few notable tough stretches – the Blue Devils will play Syracuse and North Carolina back-to-back, as they did last season. The Orange will host Duke on Feb. 14, and the Tar Heels will come to Cameron Indoor Stadium on Feb. 18. Duke also will have a few dreaded two-games-in-three-days stretches, most notably traveling to Louisville on Jan. 17 before hosting Pittsburgh on Jan. 19.

Finally, thanks to a late nonconference game, Duke will have three road games during one week: at St. John’s on Jan. 25 (Sunday), at Notre Dame on Jan. 28 (Wednesday) and at defending league champion Virginia on Jan. 31 (Sunday).

Speaking of trips to Virginia, this will be the first time since the 1961-62 season – Dean Smith’s first at UNC – that the Tar Heels won’t play in Charlottesville. In the name of expansion, the Tar Heels will be making their first appearance at Louisville and Pitt.

N.C. State won’t appear on ESPN’s Big Monday telecasts, but the Wolfpack doesn’t have any two-games-in-three-days stretches as a consolation prize. Duke and UNC will face that challenge three times.

The Wolfpack, however, will play Duke and North Carolina within a four-day span, Jan. 11 and 14 at PNC Arena. The Pack return to Chapel Hill to face the Tar Heels on Feb. 24.

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