CHARLOTTE, N.C. (TheACC.com) – The Atlantic Coast Conference today announced its 2023-24 men’s basketball conference schedule, including most game times and television designations. The season tips off on Monday, Nov. 6, with 14 ACC teams taking the court.
2023-24 ACC Men's Basketball Composite Schedule (PDF)
“The annual anticipation and excitement surrounding ACC Basketball – both men’s and women’s – never disappoints, and we look forward to another year of incredible competition,” said ACC Commissioner Jim Phillips, Ph.D. “Our men’s and women’s schedules will once again feature fantastic matchups as our amazing student-athletes and programs compete for championships. We continue to appreciate our partners at ESPN and ACC Network for making every game accessible to our fans, and we welcome The CW to our television package this season.”
The ACC’s regular-season conference slate begins Dec. 2 and finishes March 9. For the fifth straight season, ACC play consists of a 20-game conference schedule for each program. Teams will play their two primary rivals both home and away (four games) and four repeat opponents both home and away (eight games). The remaining eight opponents will be single games, with four at home and four on the road.
The 2024 ACC Men’s Basketball Tournament is scheduled for March 12-16 at Capital One Arena in Washington, D.C.
All 150 ACC regular-season conference games will be available on either ESPN networks, including ACC Network (ACCN), or The CW. ACCN will feature more than 100 games, including more than 60 conference matchups. In addition, ACCNX, ACCN’s digital platform available on the ESPN App, will stream several matchups throughout the season.
Twenty-eight games, including 23 league matchups, are slated for national broadcast on the CW Network, which is televising ACC games for the first time this season. The CW will feature 14 Saturday doubleheaders in December, January, February and March.
The broadcast networks for the inaugural 2023 ACC/SEC Challenge, scheduled for Nov. 28-29, were announced Monday by ESPN. All 14 games will air on ESPN’s networks and be available to stream via the ESPN app to authenticated subscribers.
Three ACC programs are ranked in ESPN’s Way Too Early Top 25 poll: No. 2 Duke, No. 15 North Carolina and No. 18 Miami.
The ACC’s current 15 member schools have captured three of the last eight NCAA Championships, with 99 NCAA Tournament wins in those eight years. Current ACC schools have won eight NCAA titles in the last 22 years and own 17 national championships overall. The ACC’s member schools have combined for 67 Men’s Final Four appearances and a national-best 664 NCAA Tournament wins. Miami made its first Final Four appearance last season.
All 15 league members own 1,000 or more all-time wins, including eight schools with 1,500 or more victories. Four of the top eight and six of the top 30 winningest programs in NCAA Division I basketball history currently reside in the ACC.