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Basketball schedule released

We'll evaluate how smart of a schedule it is in late October, but for now, here it is.

Date Opponent TV
8-Nov Jacksonville
13-Nov @ UCF
17-Nov UT Martin
21-Nov Virginia Commonwealth* ESPNU
22-Nov Michigan/Long Beach State* ESPN2/U
24-Nov TBD* ESPNU/2/3
29-Nov @ Florida ESPN2
3-Dec @ Minnesota ESPNU
8-Dec Jacksonville State
17-Dec Charlotte
21-Dec U Mass
30-Dec Charleston Southern
4-Jan Virginia ESPN2
9-Jan @ Clemson RSN
12-Jan Maryland ESPNU
15-Jan @ Miami ACCN
18-Jan @ Virginia ACCN
21-Jan Notre Dame ACCN
25-Jan @ Duke ESPN/2
29-Jan @ NC State ACCN
1-Feb Clemson ESPN/2
5-Feb Virginia Tech RSN
8-Feb @ Maryland ESPN2
10-Feb Miami ESPNU
15-Feb @ Wake Forest RSN
17-Feb North Carolina ESPN
23-Feb @ Pittsburgh ESPNU
2-Mar Georgia Tech ESPNU
4-Mar @ Boston College ESPNU
9-Mar Syracuse ACCN

The out of conference home schedule doesn't have too much to offer for students. The two good games (Charlotte and U Mass) come after the fall semester has ended. The rest of the OOC schedule is excellent, with trips to UCF and Florida, and a potentially epic tournament in Puerto Rico where the Noles have a chance of facing Virginia Commonwealth and Michigan on back-to-back days.

The home schedule in the ACC in solid. FSU hosts North Carolina on Big Monday, and fans will get a shot at conference newcomers Notre Dame and Syracuse. Virginia also opens the conference slate, meaning FSU fans will see three of the likely top-4 preseason conference teams (Syracuse, UNC, UVA, but miss Duke).