The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Tuesday the conference schedules for the 2022-23 men’s basketball season, with Duke opening the ACC slate at Cameron Indoor Stadium on Saturday, Dec. 3.
The Blue Devils’ 20 ACC games include home-and-home tilts versus North Carolina, Wake Forest, Boston College, Miami, NC State and Virginia Tech, while also welcoming Florida State, Louisville, Notre Dame and Pittsburgh to Durham. On the road, Duke battles Clemson, Georgia Tech, Syracuse and Virginia.
On the heels of an 11-game non-conference schedule that had been previously announced, head coach Jon Scheyer faces Boston College in his first ACC game as Duke’s head coach, set for Saturday, Dec. 3 at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
The Blue Devils are set for two more ACC games before the New Year – at Wake Forest (Dec. 20) and home versus Florida State (Dec. 31). Five of Duke’s eight games in January are on the road, including the first two tilts in 2023 – at NC State (Jan. 4) and at Boston College (Jan. 7).
February sees Duke at home five times in eight games, including bookending the month at Cameron Indoor against rivals North Carolina (Feb. 4) and NC State (Feb. 28). The return game in Chapel Hill is Duke’s regular-season finale on Saturday, March 4.
Duke’s ACC slate includes 11 Saturday games – five at home – and three matchups on Big Monday – at Virginia Tech (Jan. 23), at Miami (Feb. 6) and home versus Louisville (Feb. 20).
Times and TV for Duke’s entire 2022-23 regular season schedule have not yet been announced.
Duke’s Countdown to Craziness event is Friday, Oct. 21 at Cameron Indoor Stadium and the lone exhibition game is against Fayetteville State on Wednesday, Nov. 6 at Cameron Indoor. The regular-season opener – and the first game of Scheyer’s tenure – is Monday, Nov. 7 versus Jacksonville in Durham.