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Duke men's basketball's game at Virginia will be shown on big screen at Cameron Indoor Stadium

<p>Zion Williamson will be key to attacking North Carolina down low.</p>

Zion Williamson will be key to attacking North Carolina down low.

Duke students and fans who were fortunate enough to be in the building for the Blue Devils' epic 72-70 victory against Virginia three weeks ago will now be able to return to their lucky spots at Cameron Indoor Stadium to watch Duke face the Cavaliers again Saturday at 6 p.m.

Duke's line monitors announced on Twitter Wednesday that the road game in Charlottesville, Va., will be shown on the big screen at Cameron. Watch parties like this for games away from home are typically held for national championships, but rarely for regular-season contests.

After the game in Durham exceeded the extraordinary hype, as Zion Williamson and R.J. Barrett carried the Blue Devils to a victory without Tre Jones, this week's rematch is generating just as much buzz with Virginia seeking revenge in the top-three matchup. Neither team has lost since they faced each other, and ESPN's College GameDay will be in Charlottesville Saturday morning previewing the primetime game.