Virginia Tech Releases ACC Men’s Basketball Schedule

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Mike Young and Virginia Tech will play 20 ACC games in 2020-21. (Jon Fleming)

The Virginia Tech men’s basketball ACC schedule was released on Tuesday morning.  The Hokies will begin conference play at home against Clemson on December 15.  They’ll play a 20-game ACC schedule that will wrap up at NC State on either March 5 or March 6.

Tech will face the following teams at home: Clemson, Miami, Notre Dame, Duke, Boston College, UVA, FSU, Louisville, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest.

The Hokies will play the following opponents on the road: Virginia, Louisville, Wake Forest, Syracuse, Notre Dame, Pitt, Miami, UNC, FSU and NC State.

Some non-conference games have also been announced.  Virginia Tech will face Temple (Nov. 28) and USF (Nov. 29) in the Air Force Reserve Basketball Hall of Fame Tip-Off in Connecticut.  They’ll also host Penn State in the ACC/Big Ten Challenge on December 8.

Other non-conference games have been scheduled, but they have yet to be officially announced:

  • November 25: Radford
  • December 2 or 3: VMI

More non-conference games could be announced at a later date.

The Hokies are coming off a 16-16 season as head coach Mike Young begins his second year in Blacksburg.

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  1. Dark Winter coming…USA to be shut down until IMF full implementation of cashless society, forced nanobot infested “vaccinations” and the Gates body piercing “travel pass” AKA, mark of the beast.

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  2. According to SteveinBaltimore Coppin State has us on their schedule for Dec 19 at Bburg. So, there might be three more teams to be added to the schedule.

  3. After being thoroughly disappointed with the football team, it’s on to basketball! It will be interresting to see the NCAA Tourney selection with everyone playing mostly conference schedules.

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