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Carolina Basketball

The ACC released its men's basketball schedule for the 2005-06 season on Tuesday, and there's a lot in it:
Now, there are 12
Raleigh News & Observer

ACC teams will make 147 appearances on national television networks, including 49 appearances on ESPN, 35 on Fox Sports Net and affiliates, 33 on ESPN2, 12 on ESPNU, 10 on CBS, seven on ABC and one on ESPN Classic.
ACC announces men's basketball schedules
Durham Herald-Sun

The made-for-TV delay in the release of the 2005-06 ACC men's basketball schedule ended Tuesday, when the league completed a list that had trickled out in pieces.
ACC solves schedule puzzle
Greensboro News & Record

North Carolina is certainly playing a national championship-caliber schedule this season. But with all five starters gone from last season's team, that could mean a treacherous road awaits the Tar Heels, who not only have to host the Fighting Illini just four games into the season, but then travel to Kentucky four days later.
Tough stretch awaits UNC
Fayetteville Observer

Carolina Football

Plays subject to review include those governed by the sideline, goal line, end zone and end line; passing plays; forward progress with respect to first down; 12 men on the field, and forward passes attempted beyond the line of scrimmage.
ACC Instant Replay: How It Works
Charlotte Observer

The ACC's version of 21st-century, high-technology football arrived at Duke yesterday.
ACC's instant-replay system gets a trial run at Duke
Winston-Salem Journal

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