Guilty. I don't like 7 days off between games unless it is due to exams or Christmas break. Of course, if I made the schedule, I would have Miami playing FIU or USF during those 7 day breaks outside of exams and Christmas.12 of 20 Conference games will be on ACCN.
It looks like our byes are the early December set of league games and late February. The no breaks in conference play crowd should be very happy....
I hope it means they are considering TV coverage and so will juggle games for Prime Time interest, like Football (Saturday games = TBD). There's a saying in Tallahassee no single ticket is a bargain for Saturday if the team sucks since there will be a 12 noon start (rather than 5 or 8PM) and the for-purchase visitor side is worse than direct seats on the sun itself.Why are so many of the times TBA?
Hopefully we get that saturday night primetime gameTip times have been added for league games. The opener tips at 6:30 on Tuesday. The Duke home game is a flex time between 3pm and the 8pm primetime slot.
I agree. I would have preferred seeing the ACC keeping Maryland and adding West Virginia instead of Syracuse and Boston College.U of Maryland's move to the B1G seems to have screwed me out of the ACCN up here in Maryland. I'm stuck with Comcast giving me the B1G Network for all the Terps fans and the SEC Network (why I have no idea). With UVA and VT treated as semi home-teams, I guess there's still a chance.
Full league schedule including networks and tips for the remaining non conference games.
Looks like CBS is completely out of the ACC controlled TV rotation.