In a time with no live sports for the foreseeable future, a lot of networks are re-airing old games. The ACC Network is no exception.
My personal DVR is halfway full with the 2019 football games against South Carolina, Clemson, Georgia Tech, and Virginia for future consumption, the network rolled out pretty much all of its football inventory over the past two weeks. Unfortunately, my cable provider (Hulu+) does not seem to provide archival data for games I missed on the DVR, such as the Miami game.
This week, the focus is on Olympic sports and original programming. Here’s the Tar Heel-specific rundown for this week:
- 6:00pm: Men’s Soccer vs. Syracuse (10/12/19)
- 8:00pm: Women’s Soccer vs. Florida State (10/24/19)
- 10:00pm: Men’s Soccer vs. Wake Forest (10/18/19)
- 4:00am: Men’s Soccer vs. Syracuse (10/12/19)
- 1:30pm: Volleyball vs. N.C. State (10/2/19)
- 3:00pm: Field Hockey vs. William and Mary (9/15/19)
- 11:30pm: All-Access with Carolina basketball (episode 5)
- 1:30am: Volleyball vs. N.C. State (10/2/19)
- 6:00am: Field Hockey vs. William and Mary (9/15/19)
- 10:00am: Wrestling vs. Virginia Tech (1/25/20)
- 2:00pm: Lacrosse vs. Lafayette College (2/15/20)
- 2:00am: Lacrosse vs. Lafayette College (2/15/20)
- 4:00am: All-Access with Carolina Basketball (FULL SERIES RUNNING THROUGH 9:30am, set your DVR if you haven’t watched it yet)
- 1:30pm-7pm: All-Access with Carolina Basketball, full series, again.
- Midnight-5:30am: All-Access with Carolina Basketball, if you don’t have DVR and do have insomnia.
- 12:00pm: Men’s Basketball vs. Notre Dame (11/6/19)
Monday, April 6th— its readily apparent that this will be basketball week.
- 2:00am: Men’s Basketball vs. Notre Dame (11/6/19)
- 3:30pm: Women’s Basketball vs. N.C. State (1/9/20- the one they won)
- 8:00pm: Men’s Basketball vs. Clemson (1/11/20, don’t do this)
Tuesday, April 7th
- 4:30am: Women’s Basketball vs. N.C. State (1/9/20- the one they won)
- 8:00pm: Men’s Basketball vs. Virginia Tech (doesn’t specify regular season or tournament, assume regular season)
There is some good higher-level (ESPN-sponsored bowl games, Women’s Final Four) action on ESPNU over the course of the week, but they haven’t released their entire schedule and there were no Tar Heels to be found through Friday.
Stay safe, stay at home, and enjoy some slightly less-prominent Carolina sports this week!