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Virginia Tech basketball announces tentative 2012-13 schedule

Next season, the ACC will debut an 18-game league schedule in men’s basketball, and on Wednesday Virginia Tech released a tentative 2012-13 schedule that includes home-and-home series with Maryland, Wake Forest, Virginia, Duke, Clemson, Georgia Tech and Miami. Virginia Tech will also face Boston College and Florida State at Cassell Coliseum and North Carolina and North Carolina State on the road.

In addition, the Hokies announced portions of their nonconference schedule, although much of it had already been reported. Virginia Tech will play home games against Iowa, Oklahoma State, Rhode Island and VMI. It will play road games at West Virginia and UNC Greensboro, because the 2013 ACC tournament will be held at the Greensboro Coliseum.

The Hokies also face BYU in Salt Lake City and compete in the Continental Tire Las Vegas Classic, an exempt tournament that will feature a pair of home games for Virginia Tech at Cassell Coliseum and a trip to Las Vegas the week before Christmas.

After the jump, you’ll find tentative dates for all of Virginia Tech’s ACC games:

Jan. 5/6 at Maryland

Jan. 8/9/10 Boston College

Jan. 12/13 at Georgia Tech

Jan. 19/20 Wake Forest

Jan. 22/23/24 Virginia

Jan. 26/27 at Clemson

Jan. 29/30/31 Miami

Feb. 2/3 at North Carolina

Feb. 5/6/7 Maryland

Feb. 9/10 Georgia Tech

Feb. 12/13/14 at Virginia

Feb. 16/17 at NC State

Feb. 19/20/21 Duke

Feb. 23/24 Florida State

Feb. 26/27/28 at Miami

March 2/3 Clemson

March 5/6/7 at Duke

March 9/10 at Wake Forest

Mark Giannotto is a Montgomery County native who covers high school sports for The Washington Post. He previously covered Virginia and Virginia Tech football for five years.

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