North Carolina coach Roy Williams and the Tar Heels will play ACC road games next season in South Bend, Ind., Tallahassee, Fla., and Syracuse, N.Y., among other places. ROBERT WILLETT
CHAPEL HILL — The locations and home-and-home opponents for North Carolina’s 2013-14 ACC schedule has been set. In addition to playing permanent partners Duke and N.C. State home and away, the Tar Heels next season will also play Wake Forest and Notre Dame at home and on the road.
In addition to those four home games, UNC will host Boston College, Clemson, Maryland, Miami and Pittsburgh. The Tar Heels will go on the road to play Florida State, Georgia Tech, Syracuse, Virginia and Virginia Tech.
Each of the 15 ACC schools will play four opponents twice and 10 opponents once.
A couple quick scheduling notes, courtesy UNC:
--The Tar Heels and Wake Forest will play a home-and-home for the second time in seven seasons.
--UNC’s game at Notre Dame will be the Heels’ first in South Bend, Ind., since Feb. 23. 1994.
--This will be the second time that UNC will have played at Syracuse.
--Pittsburgh will be playing in Chapel Hill for the fourth time, and for the first time since 1996.
Dates and times for these games will be released in the summer.