December 3, 2008
Maryland fans are vocal and passionate, and they want to see their beloved Terrapins get back into the NCAA tournament this season. The schedule actually favors Maryland and the Maryland fans all the way into ACC play, with a ton of home games to polish their fundamentals with enough big match ups mixed in to keep working towards the tough ACC schedule.
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Some interesting games in the upcoming schedule include Charlotte, and of course, Duke, UNC and Georgia Tech. Maryland’s long home stretch from December 12 through January 10 seems like it was designed by Gary Williams to get the team ready for the Georgia Tech game in College Park.
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November 22, 2008
Wake Forest has a team that I’ve been praising since last spring, with the high octane offense of future NBA talent. This is going to be a team that’s fun to watch…unless you are the opposition, of course.
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Notable games this season include home and away versus Duke, which in recent years has gone from being an ACC rivalry to a ‘bad blood’ brawl, Indiana, NCAA tournament giant-killer Bucknell and of course, North Carolina.
November 17, 2008
Here’s another schedule of games for the ACC, this time we feature the NC State Wolfpack.
Notable games on the schedule include a trip to Charlotte on December 6 to take on Stephen Curry and the Davidson Wildcats, and later at trek to Gainesville to take on Billy Donavon’s Florida Gators on January 3rd. The Florida game comes in a tough away stretch, being followed by a game at Clemson which could be pivotal for the Pack’s season.
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The Wolfpack take on Duke at Cameron Indoor in Durham on January 20th, UNC at home on January 31st and in Chapel Hill on February 18th.
And of course, all the games in between, such as Wake Forest, Maryland and Boston College.
November 11, 2008
For those Duke fans who have been waiting for the season to tip off, what’s better than seeing Duke play full court K-style basketball in hi-def television?
Why, seeing it in person, of course (either at legendary Camaron Indoor or anywhere else). Thus, the Duke faithful can browse the schedule and pick the specific game you want to see in person:
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Of course, big games are the Febuary 11 UNC-Duke matchup (a small annual affair for Tar Heel and Blue Devil fans) as well as Maryland and Wake Forest. Gerald Henderson should have a monster season, Kyle Singler has bulked up and Nolan Smith is coming into his own. Duke has several away games that could be great games, so if you are a Duke fan and live near another ACC school, be sure to check out the schedule, because you can often get great deals on those games.
Did Coach K pick up anything during his stint with the U.S. Olympic team during their tear through China on the way to getting gold medals? Will he try something new after working with Jason Kidd and Chris Paul? Only time will tell. One thing is for sure: it’s never a dull moment at Camaron Indoor.
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October 2, 2008
UNC fans are getting excited, looking for basketball tickets for their Tar Heels of 2008-2009. Which is fine, and you can get your UNC tickets right here:
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And one thing about UNC fans is that the Tar Heels always have a lot of buzz about their recruits. So, even though we’re talking about the 2008-09 season (and, don’t worry, non-UNC fans, I will have information on all the teams), here’s some nice video of Dexter Strickland, who will be joinining the Heels next season, when UNC fans will be dealing with Life After Hansbrough:
Okay, so go get your tickets, ACC season approacheth!
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