Louisville Men’s Basketball has already announced tip times and networks for their early December slate of games. Tomorrow, they play WKU at home. The game tips at 6 pm on the ACC Network. They then play on 12/4 at 2 pm against UNC Greensboro at home and Wisconsin in the ACC-Big 10 Challenge at 8:15 on Wednesday 12/9 in Madison. We didn’t have the tip times or networks for their remaining slate of December games. Now, we do.
Louisville will kick off their ACC campaign on December 16th at home against former Louisville assistant Kevin Keatts and his NC State squad. That game will tip at 7 pm on ESPN. Six days later on December 22nd, the Cards will play their first ACC road game against Pittsburgh. That game tips at 7 pm on the dreaded regional sports network. Of course, the final December game is set for December 26th against arch-rival uk in the KFC Yum! Center. That game is a noon tip on ESPN2.
For all the details, check out UofL’s press release below:
PRESS RELEASE FROM THE UNIVERSITY OF LOUISVILLE ATHLETIC DEPARTMENT:
Louisville’s December Men’s Basketball Game Times, TV Set
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Game times and television coverage have been set for the University of Louisville’s men’s basketball games through the remainder of the calendar year.
The Cardinals’ ACC opener against NC State on Dec. 16 in the KFC Yum! Center will tip off at 7 p.m. in a game televised by ESPN. Louisville’s first ACC road game of the 2020-21 season on Dec. 22 at Pittsburgh is scheduled for a 7 p.m.start and will be televised by regional sports networks (Fox Sports South in Louisville).
UofL’s Dec. 26 intrastate rival game against Kentucky in the KFC Yum! Center will start at noon and air on ESPN2, as Louisville’s last non-conference game on the schedule and the final game of the calendar year.
In addition, dates have been set for mid-week ACC games that had been previously listed as either Tuesdays or Wednesdays. Those game dates set are Jan. 6 vs. Virginia Tech, Jan. 13 at Wake Forest, Feb. 3 at Syracuse, Feb. 10 vs. Pittsburgh, Feb. 17 vs. Syracuse, Feb. 23 vs. Notre Dame and March 3 at Clemson.