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Hoos open with Wake Forest in ACC play as schedule is released

We have a schedule!

NCAA Basketball: Duke at Virginia Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

With the season starting two weeks from tomorrow, the ACC finally released the 2020-21 schedule. Mark Packer and Wes Durham announced the entire conference slate on Tuesday morning’s Packer and Durham on the ACC Network. Each team is playing 20 conference games, with ACC play kicking off on December 16.

It’s still unclear how — and how dramatically — the season will change as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The Cavaliers finished 15-5 in ACC play last season, and was riding an eight game winning streak before the postseason was canceled on March 12, 2020.

Virginia will start off with Wake Forest on the road on December 16, then continue the road trip to South Bend to play Notre Dame. The Hoos get Florida State, North Carolina, and Duke just one time in the regular season, with only the Tar Heels at home in Charlottesville.

Six of the final 10 games for the Hoos will be on the road, with Virginia closing the regular season at Louisville on March 6. The ACC tournament is scheduled to take place in Washington, DC, March 9-13.

Here’s the full schedule:

December 16 - @ Wake Forest

December 29/30 - @ Notre Dame

January 2 - Virginia Tech

January 5/6 - Wake Forest

January 9 - @ Boston College

January 12/13 - Notre Dame

January 16 - @ Clemson

January 19/20 - NC State

January 23 - Georgia Tech

January 25 - Syracuse

January 30 - @ Virginia Tech

February 2/3 - @ NC State

February 6 - Louisville

February 9/10 - @ Georgia Tech

February 13 - North Carolina

February 15 - @ Florida State

February 20 - @ Duke

February 23/24 - Pitt

March 2/3 - Miami

March 6 - @ Louisville