Heel Tough Blog: ACC Announces Home/Away Opponents for Next 3 Years


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The college basketball season is roughly 5 months away, but we’re starting to get a clearer picture of the ACC schedule, Carolina will be tasked with this season. Yesterday the league office announced the home and away opponents, for all ACC teams for the next seasons. The ACC will continue its 20 game conference schedule for the foreseeable future. With that in mind, here’s a look at UNC’s ACC opponents for the foreseeable future:


2022-23:

As always, UNC will host and travel to longtime rivals Duke and NC State, the one constant on the schedule since the league expanded conference play. In addition to those two opponents, UNC will host and travel to Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, Virginia, and Wake Forest. With the recent rise of the Wake program, it’s no shock to see them on the schedule twice, as the ACC greatly benefits from more games between the Big Four schools. Carolina will host Boston College, Clemson, Georgia Tech, and Miami, which will give them a formidable home slate next season. Meanwhile, they will go on the road to take on Florida State, Virginia Tech, Syracuse, and Louisville, all difficult road venues.


2023-24:

As usual, Carolina will host, and go on the road to Duke and NC State. The four other opponents they will play twice are, Miami, Syracuse, Clemson, and Florida State. They will only host Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, Louisville, and Notre Dame. Their road only opponents are Virginia, Pitt, Georgia Tech, and Boston College.


2024-25:

Finally, Carolina will once again host, and visit Duke and NC State, The other opponents they will host, and travel to are Georgia Tech, Louisville, Boston College, and Virginia Tech. The teams they will only host will be Florida State, Pitt, Virginia, and Syracuse. The teams Carolina will visit only will be Miami, Clemson, Wake Forest, and Notre Dame.


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