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ACC Announces 2012-2013 Virginia Men's Basketball Schedule

Virginia's Tony Bennett and company have a tall order in front of them in replacing Mike Scott.
Virginia's Tony Bennett and company have a tall order in front of them in replacing Mike Scott.

We interrupt our ongoing coverage of Virginia football to pass this along for those of you who can't wait for basketball season to start back up again. The ACC released the 2012-13 basketball schedule today, which follows below.

The conference has moved to an 18-game conference schedule. The Hoos get to face each of Virginia Tech, Maryland, North Carolina, Florida State, Boston College, Georgia Tech and Clemson twice. They'll travel to Miami and Wake Forest, and will host Duke and NC State without the return visit.

The good news is that there's no visit to Duke or NC State, both of whom are picked to finish at the top of the conference. The bad news is that the home game against the Tar Heels is slated during the winter break, which means an empty arena and the loss of a sixth man presence. It just so happens that that is also the ACC season opener for both teams.

The full UVA conference schedule follows the jump.

Date Day Game Time Television
Jan. 6 Sunday North Carolina at Virginia 8:00 ESPNU
Jan. 9 Wednesday
Virginia at Wake Forest 9:00 RSN
Jan. 12 Saturday Virginia at Clemson 12:00 ACCN
Jan. 19 Saturday Florida State at Virginia 4:00 ACCN
Jan. 24 Thursday Virginia at Virginia Tech 8:00 ACCN
Jan. 26 Saturday Boston College at Virginia 1:00 RSN
Jan. 29 Tuesday NC State at Virginia 7:00 ESPN2
Feb. 3 Sunday Virginia at Georgia Tech 3:00 ESPNU
Feb. 7 Thursday Clemson at Virginia 7:00 ESPN/ESPN2
Feb. 10 Sunday Virginia at Maryland 1:00 ACCN
Feb. 12 Tuesday Virginia Tech at Virginia 7:00 ESPNU
Feb. 16 Saturday Virginia at North Carolina 12:00 ACCN
Feb. 19 Tuesday Virginia at Miami 9:00 ESPNU
Feb. 24 Sunday Georgia Tech at Virginia 2:00 ACCN
Feb. 28 Thursday Duke at Virginia 9:00 ESPN/ESPN2
Mar. 3 Sunday Virginia at Boston College 4:00 ACCN
Mar. 7 Thursday Virginia at Florida State 9:00 ESPN/ESPN2
Mar. 10 Sunday Maryland at Virginia 6:00 ESPNU

Home games are in bold. By the way, all the games will be available through WatchESPN, accessible online at and through smartphones and tablets via the WatchESPN app to fans who receive their video subscription from an affiliated provider.

Here is a PDF of the rest of the conference's games.