For months, pieces of Duke's schedule have revealed themselves. Now, that schedule is here in its entirety.
The ACC announced its 2022-23 conference schedule Tuesday afternoon, completing the details of new Duke head coach Jon Scheyer's first regular season in his new role. The Blue Devils, who secured their first outright regular-season ACC title since 2006 a season ago, open conference play at home Dec. 3 against Boston College—prior to their final two nonconference games—and wrap up their ACC slate in nearby Chapel Hill against rival North Carolina.
Tuesday's reveal supplements an 11-game nonconference gauntlet for Duke featuring a handful of high-profile games. The Blue Devils will look to navigate a talented field at November's Phil Knight Legacy and are set to face Ohio State along with two reigning Power Five conference tournament champions in Iowa and Kansas, the latter of which also won the national championship.
Full 2022-23 schedule (conference games in bold):
Nov. 2 vs. Fayetteville State (exhibition)
Nov. 7 vs. Jacksonville
Nov. 11 vs. USC Upstate
Nov. 15 vs. Kansas in Indianapolis for the State Farm Champions Classic
Nov. 18 vs. Delaware
Nov. 21 vs. Bellarmine
Nov. 24 vs. Oregon State in Portland, Ore., for the Phil Knight Legacy
Nov. 25 vs. Florida or Xavier for the Phil Knight Legacy
Nov. 27 vs. TBD for the Phil Knight Legacy
Nov. 30 vs. Ohio State for the ACC/Big Ten Challenge
Dec. 3 vs. Boston College
Dec. 6 vs. Iowa in New York for the Jimmy V Classic
Dec. 10 vs. Maryland Eastern Shore
Dec. 20 at Wake Forest
Dec. 31 vs. Florida State
Jan. 4 at N.C. State
Jan. 7 at Boston College
Jan. 11 vs. Pittsburgh
Jan. 14 at Clemson
Jan. 21 vs. Miami
Jan. 23 at Virginia Tech
Jan. 28 at Georgia Tech
Jan. 31 vs. Wake Forest
Feb. 4 vs. North Carolina
Feb. 6 at Miami
Feb. 11 at Virginia
Feb. 14 vs. Notre Dame
Feb. 18 at Syracuse
Feb. 20 vs. Louisville
Feb. 25 vs. Virginia Tech
Feb. 28 vs. N.C. State
March 4 at North Carolina
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Jonathan Levitan is a Trinity junior and sports editor of The Chronicle's 118th volume.