GREENSBORO, N.C. (WNCN) – The 2019-20 ACC men’s basketball season will tipoff with more intensity than normal.
The ACC will start the season with conference match-ups.
The announcement comes as the ACC moves to a 20-game conference schedule.
Commissioner John Swofford said called the round of conference games “truly unique.”
The ACC Network will broadcast four of the early-season conference games.
Those games include:
- Louisville at Miami – Nov. 5
- Georgia Tech at N.C. State Nov. 5
- Notre Dame at North Carolina – Nov. 6
- Virginia at Syracuse – Nov. 6
“We believe it will be a great way to tipoff another outstanding season of ACC basketball for our coaches, student-athletes and fans,” Swofford said. “In addition, we’re pleased to have a terrific partner in ESPN to televise these games on the new ACC Network and its other channels.”
Three additional conference games will be aired on ESPN2 or ESPNU.
- Virginia Tech at Clemson – Nov. 5
- Wake Forest at Boston College – Nov. 6
- Florida State at Pitt – Nov. 6
Duke is set to compete in the State Farm Champions Classic on Nov. 5, which will be aired on ESPN.
All seven conference game times will be determined at a later date.