ACC Releases Basketball Matchups for Next Two Seasons

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The full slate for all teams can be found here.

Here is UNC's specifically.

2014-15

Rivalry Games(Home & Away): Duke, NC State
Rotation Games(Home & Away): Louisville, Georgia Tech
Home Only: Florida State, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Syracuse, Notre Dame
Away Only: Miami, Clemson, Wake Forest, Pittsburgh, Boston College

2015-16

Rivalry Games(Home & Away): Duke, NC State
Rotation Games(Home & Away): Syracuse, Boston College
Home Only: Miami, Georgia Tech, Clemson, Wake Forest, Pittsburgh
Away Only: Florida State, Virginia, Virginia Tech, Louisville, Notre Dame

UNC's ACC schedule for next season? Very favorable which is fine because the non-conference slate with games at Kentucky, Texas and Davidson, Ohio State in Chicago, probably another B1G team in Chapel Hill and playing in the Battle4Atlantis with a field that includes UCLA, Florida, Georgetown, Oklahoma and Wisconsin is going to be very stout.

After playing that stretch the ACC schedule will be a welcome change. UNC's three toughest road games are against Louisville, Pittsburgh and Duke. NC State, as seen this season, won't be a cake walk and Wake Forest is always a tough venue. That leaves the Heels playing at Georgia Tech, Miami, Clemson and Boston College which all should be winnable games if UNC plays up to snuff.

With Louisville entering the league, the ACC put both UNC and Duke on the road against the Cardinals with UNC getting a home date as well. Duke will play Syracuse in a home and away. The following season UNC will play the Orange home and away with Duke and Louisville doing the same. In other words, the ACC set up a two year schedule that creates multiple opportunities for UNC, Duke, Louisville and Syracuse to play each other. Also interesting to note that Wake Forest is now Duke's second permanent partner replacing Maryland.

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