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- 40 televised games, making up 78 television appearances, including a CBS telecast of North Carolina at defending national champion Connecticut on Jan. 9 to open the 2009-10 television package..
- Six ESPN2 games, highlighted by Maryland at Virginia on Jan. 11, Connecticut at Duke on Jan. 18, Miami at NC State on Feb. 14 for “Pink Frenzy” and Florida State at Maryland on Feb. 28.
- Five additional nationally televised games on Fox Sports Net and affiliates, including a rematch of the 2009 ACC overtime championship game and the 2006 NCAA national title game between Duke and Maryland on Jan. 24 and the classic in-state rivalry of Duke at North Carolina on Sunday, Feb. 28, which will conclude the 2009-10 regular season.
- 28 conference match-ups on the league’s regional sports networks, which include Comcast SportsNet, Fox Sports Net South, Fox Sports Net Florida, and New England Sports Network. The regional sports networks reach approximately 24 million households.
- Seven games of the 2010 ACC Women’s Basketball Tournament to be held March 4-7 at the Greensboro (N.C.) Coliseum – four on the league’s regional sports networks and three nationally on Fox Sports Net and affiliates. FSN will broadcast the ACC Tournament semifinal games and the 2010 ACC Championship game.
- A nationally televised hour-long preview show on Fox Sports Net and affiliates with a time and date yet to be determined.