Home Games Against Duke, North Carolina Highlight Louisville's 2014-15 ACC Basketball Schedule

Mark L. Baer-USA TODAY Sports

There will be no complaining about the lack of excitement on Louisville's conference schedule in 2014-15.

In their first season as members of the ACC, U of L will host perennial power houses Duke and North Carolina, as well as defending regular season and tournament champion Virginia. The Cards will play home and homes against theTar Heels, Cavaliers, Pittsburgh and Miami, and face every other team in the conference once.

Here's the full slate for U of L's debut ACC campaign:

Louisville: 2014-15
Home/Road: Pittsburgh, Virginia, Miami, North Carolina
Home: Clemson, Duke, NC State, Virginia Tech, Notre Dame
Road: Florida State, Georgia Tech, Wake Forest, Boston College, Syracuse

Two seasons from now, the Cards will face the quartet of Pittsburgh, Virginia, Georgia Tech and Duke twice, and will again host North Carolina inside the Yum Center.

Here's the full 2015-16 lineup:

Louisville 2015-16
Home/Road: Pittsburgh, Virginia, Georgia Tech, Duke
Home: Florida State, North Carolina, Wake Forest, Boston College, Syracuse
Road: Miami, Clemson, NC State, Virginia Tech, Notre Dame

This is the day the memories of facing the likes of Temple, UCF and Houston died forever.

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