UM gets Duke, UVa. twice next 3 seasons

Terps to play Duke, Virginia at home, away for 3 seasons

February 25, 2005|By FROM STAFF REPORTS

Maryland is guaranteed home-and-away games with Duke and Virginia for the next three seasons, according to the scheduling plan released yesterday by the Atlantic Coast Conference.

The Blue Devils and Cavaliers are the Terps' primary partners in the conference schedule from 2005-06 to 2007-08.

The plan also divides each school's other league opponents into three groups of rotating partners. Three of those opponents will play in home-and-away series, three will be played only at home and three only on the road. The rotating groups alternate over the next three seasons.

In 2005-06, Maryland will play Duke and Virginia twice, as it will North Carolina, Georgia Tech and Miami. It will also play Wake Forest, Boston College and Virginia Tech at home and North Carolina State, Florida State and Clemson on the road.

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