ACC releases basketball conference opponents for next season

From staff reportsApril 23, 2013 


Duke's Quinn Cook (2) celebrates with teammate Rasheed Sulaimon (14) after Sulaimon sank a three point shot in the second half to secure the Duke lead over North Carolina on Wednesday February 13, 2013 at Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C.


The ACC released its conference basketball schedule Tuesday for the 2013-14 season.


Duke tidbit: Syracuse will be the only newcomer to visit Cameron Indoor Stadium next season. There will be no final trip to College Park in Maryland’s final ACC season, so the Terrapins’ fans will be left with their thrilling, last-second 83-81 win as the endearing memory from hosting the Blue Devils.

Home and away: North Carolina, Wake Forest, Georgia Tech, Syracuse.

Home only: Virginia Tech, Maryland, N.C. State, Virginia, Florida State.

Road only: Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, Boston College, Clemson, Miami.

One other matchup has already been set as well: Duke will play Kansas on Nov. 12 in Chicago as part of the Champions Classic (the same deal that set up Duke vs. Kentucky in Atlanta last season.

North Carolina

Tar Heel tidbit: UNC faces newcomer Notre Dame twice and won’t visit College Park in Maryland’s final ACC season.

Home and away: Duke, N.C. State, Notre Dame and Wake Forest.

Home only: Boston College, Clemson, Maryland, Miami, Pittsburgh.

Road only: Florida State, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, Virginia and Virginia Tech.

N.C. State

Wolfpack tidbit: The Wolfpack gets one shot at Duke, Notre Dame and Syracuse – each on the road.

Home and away: North Carolina, Wake Forest, Miami, Pittsburgh.

Home only: Boston College, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Maryland, Virginia.

Road only: Clemson, Duke, Notre Dame, Syracuse, Virginia Tech.

Wake Forest

Demon Decon tidbit: Only Big Four team to play at Maryland next season.

Home and away: Clemson, Duke, North Carolina, N.C. State.

Home only: Boston College, Florida State, Georgia Tech, Notre Dame, Syracuse.

Road only: Maryland, Miami, Pittsburgh, Virginia, Virginia Tech.

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