Acu Basketball Schedule: Your Guide to the Season

The official 2019-20 Men’s Basketball Schedule for the Army West Point Black Knights


Welcome to the Acu Basketball Schedule! We are excited to be able to provide you with this guide to the upcoming season In it, you will find information on all of the games, as well as tips on how to get the most out of your experience.

We encourage you to use this resource to plan your attendance at games, and to familiarize yourself with the team and the schedule. We hope that you will join us for what promises to be an exciting season!

The Regular Season

The regular season is the time when all the teams in the NBA compete against each other to see who will make it to the playoffs. Each team plays 82 games, which are evenly split between home and away games. The season starts in October and ends in April, with a break in December for the holidays.

During the regular season each team has the chance to play every other team in the league at least once. In a typical season, each team will play about 41 home games and 41 away games. However, this can vary slightly from year to year depending on the schedule.

The Regular Season is important because it determines seedings for the playoffs. The seedings are determined by each team’s win-loss record. The team with the best record in the league is said to have the best record overall, or the best winning percentage. The team with the second-best record is said to have the second-best overall record, and so on.

At the end of the regular season the top eight teams in each conference (the Eastern Conference and Western Conference) make it to the playoffs. These teams are seeded according to their records, with the team with the best overall record being seeded first, and so on.

The Conference Schedule

The conference schedule is always a rollercoaster ride. There are always a few teams that unexpectedly rise to the top and a few teams that fall back. This season is no different.

Here is a look at the conference schedule.

-Auburn: The Tigers have a tough road ahead of them if they want to make it back to the NCAA tournament They will have to battle it out with some tough opponents, including Alabama, Florida, and LSU.
– Baylor: The Bears had a record-breaking season last year and are looking to build on that success. They will have their work cut out for them, however, as they face off against some of the best teams in the country, including Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, and West Virginia
– Duke: The Blue Devils are once again one of the top teams in the country and are favored to win the conference. They will have to face some tough competition from North Carolina Virginia, and Louisville though.
– Florida: The Gators are looking to get back to the NCAA Tournament after missing out last year. They will have their work cut out for them as they take on Auburn, Kentucky, South Carolina and Tennessee.

The Post-Season Schedule

The post-season schedule for Acu Basketball is as follows:

First Round: March 14-15
Second Round: March 16-17
Sweet Sixteen March 18-19
Elite Eight: March 20-21
Final Four: April 3-5

The Rivalry Games

Rivalry games are always highly anticipated and this year is no different. Here are the games you won’t want to miss:
-November 27: vs. Duke
-February 10: vs. UNC
-February 24: vs. Louisville

The Key Games

The Liberty Flames men’s basketball team will tip off its 2019-20 season on Tuesday, Nov. 5, hosting in-state foe Norfolk State The game will be the first of 29 regular season contests for Liberty, which is coming off a 27-win campaign and an appearance in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2013.

The non-conference portion of Liberty’s schedule features eight games at Vines Center, highlighted by a Nov. 29 matchup with Old Dominion, as well as visits from James Madison (Dec. 7), East Tennessee State (Dec. 21) and Robert Morris (Jan. 4).

Big South conference play will begin on Saturday, Jan. 11 with a home contest against Campbell before Liberty hits the road for three straight games at Gardner-Webb (Jan. 14), UNC Asheville (Jan. 18) and Radford (Jan. 25).

Liberty’s conference home opener against High Point on Jan. 28 will begin a stretch of seven of 10 games at Vines Center to close out the regular season

Tickets for all Liberty home games can be purchased online at or by calling (434) 582-SEAT (7328).

The TV Schedule

The full television schedule for the 2019-20 season has not yet been released, but here is a list of the channels that will be televising Atlantic Coast Conference basketball games this season:

-ESPN (ACC Network)
--FOX Sports South
-Raycom Sports
-YES Network

The Ticket Information

Acu Basketball Schedule Your Guide to the Season starts on Tuesday, October 29th against crosstown rivals Hardin-Simmons University. The Cowboys will be looking to avenge last year’s loss to the Bulldogs in this season opener

Tickets for all home games can be purchased online at or by calling the ACU ticket office at 325-674-2787. Faculty, staff and students can purchase discounted tickets by presenting their valid ID at the Ticket Office window on game days.

The Support Your Team

Your team. Your colors. Your home court There is nothing like watching a game in person and feeling the excitement of the crowd as your favorite players run up and down the court. But if you can’t make it to every game, you can still support your team by following their schedule and catching them when they play on TV. Here is a guide to the upcoming season so you won’t miss a minute of the action.

The Concluding Thoughts

As we come to the end of our 2019-20 Basketball season the question on all our minds is, “What will next season’s schedule look like?”

Of course, we don’t know for sure what the answer is, but we can take a look at the likelihoods and make some educated guesses.

The first thing to note is that the conference realignment that took place last year will have an impact on next season’s schedule. The most notable change is that the ACC will now have 20 teams instead of 15. This means that each team will play four games against each of their opponents, instead of two.

In addition, there are a few new teams joining the conference next season. These include Pittsburgh, Notre Dame and Syracuse. With these new additions, it is likely that the conference schedule will be expanded to accommodate these extra games.

Finally, it’s worth noting that there are a few teams who are leaving the ACC next season. These include Louisville, Pittsburgh, and Syracuse. While it’s possible that these teams could be replaced by other teams from different conferences (such as the Big Ten or the SEC), it’s also likely that the conference schedule will be smaller next year as a result.

So what does all this mean for next season’s schedule? It’s hard to say for sure, but one thing is certain: it’s going to be an exciting year for college basketball!

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