2004-2005 Basketball Schedule w/Results

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2004-2005 SCHEDULE
Date Opponent Location Time/TV
Oct. 15 Late Night with Roy Chapel Hill recap
Nov. 5 Exhib: Winston-Salem State Chapel Hill W, 113-54
Nov. 12 Exhib: Mount Olive Chapel Hill W, 100-69
Nov. 19 Santa Clara Oakland, Calif. L, 77-66
Nov. 22 Maui Invit: BYU Maui, Hawaii W, 86-50
Nov. 23 Maui Invit: Tennessee Maui, Hawaii W, 94-81
Nov. 24 Maui Invit: Iowa Maui, Hawaii W, 106-92
Nov. 28 Southern Cal Chapel Hill W, 97-65
Dec. 1 Indiana Bloomington, Ind. W, 70-63
Dec. 4 Kentucky Chapel Hill W, 91-78
Dec. 12 Loyola (Ill.) Chapel Hill W, 109-60
Dec. 19 Virginia Tech Blacksburg, Va. W, 85-51
Dec. 21 Vermont Chapel Hill W, 93-65
Dec. 28 UNC-Wilmington Chapel Hill W, 96-65
Dec. 30 Cleveland State Chapel Hill W, 107-64
Jan. 2 William & Mary Chapel Hill W, 105-66
Jan. 8 Maryland Chapel Hill W, 109-75
Jan. 12 Georgia Tech Chapel Hill W, 91-69
Jan. 15 Wake Forest Winston-Salem, N.C. L, 95-82
Jan. 19 Clemson Clemson, S.C. W, 77-58
Jan. 22 Miami Chapel Hill W, 87-67
Jan. 29 Virginia Charlottesville, Va. W, 110-76
Feb. 3 NC State Chapel Hill W, 95-71
Feb. 6 Florida State Tallahassee, Fla. W, 81-60
Feb. 9 Duke Durham, N.C. L, 71-70
Feb. 13 UConn Hartford, Conn. W, 77-70
Feb. 16 Virginia Chapel Hill W, 85-61
Feb. 19 Clemson Chapel Hill W, 88-56
Feb. 22 NC State Raleigh, N.C. W, 81-71
Feb. 27 Maryland College Park, Md. W, 85-83
March 3 Florida State Chapel Hill W, 91-76
March 6 Duke Chapel Hill W, 75-73
Mar. 11 ACC: Clemson Washington, D.C. W, 88-81
Mar. 12 ACC: Georgia Tech Washington, D.C. L, 78-75
Mar. 18 NCAA: Oakland Charlotte, N.C. W, 96-68
Mar. 20 NCAA: Iowa St. Charlotte, N.C. W, 92-65
Mar. 25 NCAA: Villanova Syracuse, N.Y. W, 67-66
Mar. 27 NCAA: Wisconsin Syracuse, N.Y. W, 88-82
Apr. 2 NCAA: Michigan St. St. Louis, Mo. W, 87-71
Apr. 4 NCAA: Illinois St. Louis, Mo. W, 75-70

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