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2018 ACC tournament TV schedule: NC State’s opener set to air on ESPN

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It’s tourney time!

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Welcome to prestigious ACC tournament Tuesday, a tradition as old as time! Okay maybe not quite. This year’s tournament will have plenty of national television coverage, with ESPN’s various networks handling the coverage. That coverage will move around a few ESPN channels over the first couple of days, so in an effort to help folks avoid confusion, here’s a quick viewing guide for the first few days:

Tuesday, March 6

Noon ET, ESPN2: (12) Boston College vs. (13) Georgia Tech

2:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2: (10) Notre Dame vs. (15) Pittsburgh

7 p.m. ET, ESPNU: (11) Syracuse vs. (14) Wake Forest

Wednesday, March 7

Noon ET, ESPN: (8) Florida State vs. (9) Louisville

2:30 p.m. ET, ESPN: (5) NC State vs. BC/GT winner

7 p.m. ET, ESPN2: (7) Virginia Tech vs. ND/Pitt winner

9:30 p.m. ET, ESPN2: (6) UNC vs. Syracuse/Wake winner

Thursday, March 8

Noon ET, ESPN: (1) UVA vs. FSU/Louisville

2:30 p.m. ET, ESPN: (4) Clemson vs. NCSU/BC/GT

7 p.m. ET, ESPN: (2) Duke vs. VT/ND/Pitt

9:30 p.m. ET, ESPN: (3) Miami vs. UNC/Cuse/Wake

The semifinals will air on either ESPN or ESPN2—that has not been determined yet—and the championship game will be on ESPN in Saturday prime time.

And as always, there will be Raycom/ACC Network coverage of each contest, if that’s your preference. The channels airing the Raycom broadcasts will vary by market.