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Game #1: Delaware (Aug. 31) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #2: West Virginia (Sept. 2) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #3: vs. Stanford (Sept. 7) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #4: at Santa Clara (Sept. 9) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #5: Colorado (Sept. 14) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #6: Arizona (Sept. 16) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #7: Liberty (Sept. 21) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #8: William & Mary (Sept. 23) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #9: Duke (Sept. 27) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #10: Wake Forest (Sept. 30) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #11: Florida State (Oct. 4) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #12: Miami (Oct. 7) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #13: NC State (Oct. 11) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #14: Clemson (Oct. 14) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #15: Virginia Tech (Oct. 18) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #16: Maryland (Oct. 25) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #17: Boston College (Oct. 28) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #18: North Carolina (Nov. 2) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #19: Miami-ACC Quarterfinals (Nov. 7) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #20: North Carolina-ACC Semifinals (Nov. 9) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #21: Loyola (Md.)-NCAA 1st Round (Nov. 16) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #22: William & Mary-NCAA 2nd Round (Nov. 18) Get Acrobat Reader
Game #23: UCLA - NCAA 3rd Round (Nov. 23) Get Acrobat Reader

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