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Order of 2012-13 UNC ACC basketball schedule set

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James Michael McAdoo (center) and the Tar Heels will begin ACC play next season at Virginia. PHOTO: Robert Willett

The ACC portion of North Carolina’s 2012-13 basketball schedule has been released. Sort of.

We don’t yet know the final dates of the Tar Heels’ conference games – and won’t until the complete schedule is released later this summer – but at least we know the order in which UNC will play its league opponents.

UNC earlier today released the order of its ACC schedule, and a range of dates on which games will be played. Valentine’s Day night in Cameron Indoor Stadium is a possibility for the Tar Heels, as is a home game against Virginia Tech on Super Bowl Sunday.

So without further delay, the order of UNC’s 2012-13 ACC schedule:

Jan. 5/6 at Virginia
Jan. 8/9/10 vs. Miami
Jan. 12/13 at Florida State
Jan. 19/20 vs. Maryland
Jan. 22/23/24 vs. Georgia Tech
Jan. 26/27 at NC State
Jan. 29/30/31 at Boston College

Feb. 2/3 vs. Virginia Tech
Feb. 5/6/7 vs. Wake Forest
Feb. 9/10 at Miami
Feb. 12/13/14 at Duke
Feb. 16/17 vs. Virginia
Feb. 19/20/21 at Georgia Tech
Feb. 23/24 vs. NC State
Feb. 26/27/28 at Clemson

March 2/3 vs. Florida State
March 5/6/7 at Maryland
March 9/10 vs. Duke

One thing to note about the above: The games with a pair of days listed next to them will be played on a weekend. Those with three days listed as possibilities will be played during the week.

The ACC tournament, meanwhile, returns to the Greensboro Coliseum in 2013 (Stamey’s – prepare for my return). The tournament will begin on March 14 and conclude on March 17.


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Speaking of Allen and Son's,

Speaking of Allen and Son's, went in there for the first time in years about two months ago, and while it was still good, it wasn't as quite as great as I remember it being. Maybe I caught it on an off day. You know I'll be back. 





You eat that garbage? Western NC BBQ is inferior ... I grew up on it.

While I prefer Eastern N.C.

While I prefer Eastern N.C. style, I won't shun Stamey's. I spent seven years in the BBQ wasteland that is Florida, so eastern style or western style, I'm having it when I can now that I'm back in N.C. 


Can't argue with Florida and their BBQ. If their pork doesn't include a slice of ham, cheese,pickle and mustard it doesn't need to be eaten at all. :)

..the good Stameys

..the good Stameys now has an Eastern NC BBQ as's not Allen and Sons...but it will pass in this part of the state...

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Andrew Carter is the University of North Carolina beat writer for the News & Observer.