Virginia Tech Announces 2019-2020 Men’s Basketball Schedule

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2019-2020 men's basketball schedule
(Ivan Morozov)

Virginia Tech and the ACC released their 2019-2020 men’s basketball schedules Thursday night. The Hokies open the season on Tuesday, November 5 with a trip to Clemson.

With the advent of the ACC Network, the conference schedule expands to 20 games this year. Last year, with an 18-game conference schedule, Virginia Tech didn’t play any conference games before January. This year, they’ll play two before January: at Clemson on November 5, and Duke on December 6.

Virginia Tech will play 11 non-conference games this year, including the Maui Jim Invitational from November 25 to November 27, where they’ll open with Michigan State, then will face either Georgia or Dayton, plus a third game against an opponent TBD. The Maui Jim Invitational field includes Virginia Tech, Michigan State, Georgia, Dayton, BYU, Kansas, UCLA, and Chaminade.

Virginia Tech does not play in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge this year. The Hokies will play at least nine games on the newly-minted ACC Network, plus eight more games on the ESPN family of networks (with three of those possibly winding up on the ACC Network).

TechSideline.com has integrated the schedule into the site in multiple places and has also added the 2019-20 roster to the site. For the full schedule, check out the table below.

Date Opponent, Time (EST), TV
Tue, Nov 5@ Clemson, TBD, ESPNU
Fri, Nov 8Coppin State, TBD
Wed, Nov 13USC Upstate, TBD
Sat, Nov 16Lehigh, TBD
Wed, Nov 20Delaware State, TBD
Mon, Nov 25Michigan State, 5 PM, ESPN2
Maui Invitational
Tue, Nov 26Georgia or Dayton
ESPN or ESPN2
Maui Invitational
Wed, Nov 27TBA, ESPN/2/U
Maui Invitational
Fri, Dec 6Duke, ACC Network
Wed, Dec 11Chattanooga, TBD
Sun, Dec 15Gardner Webb, TBD
Sat, Dec 21VMI, TBD
Sun, Dec 29MD-Eastern Shore, TBD
Sat, Jan 4@ Virginia, TBD, RSN
Tue, Jan 7@ Syracuse, TBD, ACC Network
Sat, Jan 11NC State, TBD, RSN
Tue, Jan 14@ Wake, TBD, ACC Network
Sat, Jan 18Syracuse, TBD, RSN
Wed, Jan 22UNC, TBD, ACC Network
Sat. Jan 25@ BC, TBD, ESPN2/U
Tue, Jan 28@ Miami, TBD, ACC Network
Sat, Feb 1Florida State, TBD, RSN
Tue, Feb 4@ Georgia Tech, TBD
ESPN/2/U/ACCN
Sat, Feb 8Boston College, TBD, RSN
Sat, Feb 15Pitt, TBD, ACC Network
Wed, Feb 19Miami, TBD, RSN
Sat, Feb 22@ Duke, TBD
ESPN/2/U/ACCN
Wed, Feb 26Virginia, TBD
ESPN/2/U/ACCN
Sun, Mar 1@ Louisville, TBD, ACC Network
Wed, Mar 4Clemson, TBD, ACC Network
Sat, Mar 7@ ND, TBD, ACC Network
Mar 10-Mar 14ACC Tournament
Greensboro, NC
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    1. The ACCN can’t cover multiple games in the same time slot. ACCN/ESPN will subcontract excess inventory to Raycom.

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