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August 22, 2013CHAPEL HILL - The University of North Carolina men's basketball team begins regular-season play on Friday, November 8th, at home against Oakland University, one of 32 dates announced today by the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The Tar Heels have a possible matchup against defending national champion Louisville in the Hall of Fame Tipoff Tournament in Uncasville, Conn., and play 2012 NCAA champion Kentucky at the Smith Center on December 14th.
In addition to 18 ACC games, the Tar Heels play 13 non-conference games and an exhibition (Nov. 1) against UNC Pembroke.
Carolina plays Holy Cross and Belmont at home in the Hall of Fame event and faces Richmond on November 23rd in Uncasville. Fairfield and Louisville are in the other bracket and UNC will play one of those schools on November 24th in either the championship or consolation game.
UNC begins December with a trip to East Lansing, Mich., on December 4th to play at Michigan State in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge. The Tar Heels then play their final six non-ACC games in Chapel Hill, beginning with an in-state matchup against UNC Greensboro on December 7th and culminating with a New Year's Eve game against UNC Wilmington.
ACC play begins on Sunday evening, January 5th, when UNC travels to Winston-Salem to play Wake Forest. The Deacons are one of four opponents the Tar Heels play home-and-away. The others include Duke, NC State and Notre Dame. Each of the 15 ACC schools will play four opponents twice and 10 opponents one time. The Tar Heels will play host to Boston College, Clemson, Maryland, Miami and Pittsburgh and travel to Florida State, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
Carolina plays at Syracuse on January 11th, is host to Pittsburgh on February 15th and plays Notre Dame twice (in South Bend, Ind., on February 8th and Chapel Hill on March 3rd).
Duke visits the Smith Center on February 12th; Carolina plays at Duke on March 8th, a game that will be featured on ESPN's Gameday.
The ACC Tournament is March 12-16 at the Greensboro Coliseum.
A number of games have times and television designations still to be determined. Those times and designations are expected to be announced by mid-September.
The 11th annual Late Night with Roy Williams is Friday, October 25th. More details about Late Night will be announced in the next few weeks.
2013-2014 UNC Basketball Schedule
Fri. Nov. 1 UNC Pembroke (exhibition) Chapel Hill TBA GoHeels.com
Fri. Nov. 8 Oakland Chapel Hill TBA TBA
Hall of Fame Tipoff Tournament
Fri. Nov. 15 Holy Cross Chapel Hill TBA ESPNU
Sun. Nov. 17 Belmont Chapel Hill 4 p.m. ESPNU
Sat. Nov. 23 vs. Richmond (Mohegan Sun) Uncasville, Conn. Noon ESPN3
Sun. Nov. 24 vs. Fairfield or Louisville (Mohegan Sun) Uncasville, Conn. 1 p.m. or 3:30 p.m. ESPN/ESPN3
Sun. Dec. 1 at UAB (Bartow Arena) Birmingham, Ala. TBA TBA
ACC/Big Ten Challenge Presented by DICK'S Sporting Goods
Wed. Dec. 4 at Michigan State (Breslin Center) East Lansing, Mich. 9 p.m. ESPN
Sat. Dec. 7 UNC Greensboro Chapel Hill 7 p.m. ESPNU
Sat. Dec. 14 Kentucky Chapel Hill 5:15 p.m. ESPN
Wed. Dec. 18 Texas Chapel Hill 7 p.m. ESPN2
Sat. Dec. 21 Davidson Chapel Hill 5 p.m. ESPNU
Fri. Dec. 27 Northern Kentucky Chapel Hill 7 p.m. ESPNU
Tue. Dec. 31 UNC Wilmington Chapel Hill TBA ESPNU
Sun. Jan. 5 at Wake Forest (LJVM Coliseum) Winston-Salem, N.C. 8 p.m. ESPNU
Wed. Jan. 8 Miami Chapel Hill 9 p.m. ESPN2
Sat. Jan. 11 at Syracuse (Carrier Dome) Syracuse, N.Y. Noon ESPN
Sat. Jan. 18 Boston College Chapel Hill Noon ESPN or ESPN2
Mon. Jan. 20 at Virginia (John Paul Jones Arena) Charlottesville, Va. 7 p.m. ESPN
Sun. Jan. 26 Clemson Chapel Hill 6 p.m. ESPNU
Wed. Jan. 29 at Georgia Tech (McCamish Pavilion) Atlanta, Ga. 7 p.m. ESPN2
Sat. Feb. 1 NC State Chapel Hill 2 p.m. ESPN or ESPN2
Tue. Feb. 4 Maryland Chapel Hill 8 p.m. ACC Network
Sat. Feb. 8 at Notre Dame (Purcell Pavilion) South Bend, Ind. Noon ACC Network
Wed. Feb. 12 Duke Chapel Hill 9 p.m. ESPN and ACCN
Sat. Feb. 15 Pittsburgh Chapel Hill 1 p.m. CBS
Mon. Feb. 17 at Florida State (Donald L. Tucker Center) Tallahassee, Fla. 7 p.m. ESPN
Sat. Feb. 22 Wake Forest Chapel Hill Noon ACC Network
Wed. Feb. 26 at NC State (RBC Center) Raleigh, N.C. 8 p.m. ACC Network
Sat. March 1 at Virginia Tech (Cassell Coliseum) Blacksburg, Va. 2:30 p.m. ACC Network
Mon. March 3 Notre Dame Chapel Hill 7 p.m. ESPN
Sat. March 8 at Duke (Cameron Indoor Stadium) Durham, N.C. 9 p.m. ESPN
2014 Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament (Greensboro Coliseum)
Wed. March 12 seed 12 vs. seed 13, 10 vs. 15, 11 vs. 14 (times TBA, ESPN Networks/ACC Network)
Thu. March 13 8 vs. 9 (Noon), 5 vs. 12/13 (2:30 p.m), 7 vs. 10/15 (7 p.m.) and 6 vs. 11/14 (9:30 p.m.) (ESPN Networks/ACC Network)
Fri. March 14 Quarterfinals (Noon, 2:30, 7 and 9:30 p.m., ESPN Networks/ACC Network)
Sat. March 15 Semifinals (1 and 3:30 p.m., ESPN/ACC Network)
Sun. March 16 Championship (1 p.m., ESPN/ACC Network)
2014 NCAA Tournament Sites
First Round: March 18-19, Dayton, Ohio; Second & Third Rounds: March 20-22, Buffalo, N.Y.; Milwaukee, Wis.; Orlando, Fla.; Spokane, Wash.; March 21-23, Raleigh, N.C.; San Antonio, Texas; San Diego, Calif; St. Louis, Mo.; Regionals: March 27-29, Memphis, Tenn. (South); Anaheim, Calif. (West); March 28-30, Indianapolis, Ind. (Midwest); New York, N.Y. (East); Final Four: April 5-7, Arlington, Texas