CHARLOTTE, N.C. – Virginia men's basketball team was in the ACC contest for Friday night, but the Cavaliers already have an opponent for opening the next seasons.
The Wahoos will begin the season at Syracuse on November 6th in a broadcast broadcast on the ACP Network, which will launch August 22. The ACC announced its first meeting on Friday.
“Next year our transition to a 20-game conference schedule begins, and as a result of being able to open the season to a round of conference games, it is truly unique,” said ACC Commissioner John Swofford in a statement. “We believe it will be a great way to reach out to other ACP basketball season for our coaches, athletes and fans. In addition, we are delighted to be a great partner in ESPN to inform these games about the new ACP Network and its other ways. ”
The game Virginia-Syracuse is one of several AC replicas that will kick off the 2019-20 basketball season. The other Virginia Tech are at Clemson (November 5), Louisville at Miami (November 5), Georgia Tech at NC State (November 5), Notre Dame in North Carolina (November 6), Wake Forest at Boston College (November 6). ) and Florida State Pittsburgh (6 November).
A iteration of next season could have a very different look.
Center Jack Salt is the single UV player whose qualification will be completed at the end of this season, but some procosticators think that star guards Dendre Hunter and Jerome House could leave and confirm the program for the Draft NBA 2019.
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