What channel is Duke vs. UNC on today? Time, TV schedule for women’s college basketball game

The Duke and North Carolina women’s basketball teams head into their regular-season finals, and it’s only fitting that the state’s historic rivals pit the shuffle against one another.

Duke (24-4, 14-3 ACC) comes into the matchup in 11th place after beating North Carolina State 77-62 on Thursday. Blue Devils senior duo Celeste Taylor and Elizabeth Balogun carried the convincing win on their backs, Taylor notching a second 20+ victory this year and Balogun a third double-double performance this year.

The Blue Devils are undefeated at home this season, not a good sign for the Tar Heels, who are making the short trip up the road hoping to quell their three-game losing streak.

UNC (19-10, 10-7 ACC) fell in bitter disappointment against No. 9 Virginia Tech Thursday night when senior Elizabeth Kitley hit the go-ahead jumper at last buzzer to send the Hokies to a 61-59 exit to urge.

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Here’s the full guide to watching Sunday’s Duke vs. UNC game, including start time, TV channel and details of the post-season tournament starting Wednesday.

What channel is Duke vs. UNC on today?

  • Channel: Select regional sports networks
  • Live broadcast: ACC Extra (an ESPN network)

Duke vs. North Carolina will be broadcast on ACC Extra, an ESPN network. The ACC Network and ACC Extra platforms are only available to authenticated subscribers through a subscription to a Pay TV provider.

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The game will also be available on select regional sports networks including Bally Sports South, YES and MASN, among others.

Duke vs. UNC start time

  • Date: Sunday 26 February
  • Tip: noon ET

The Blue Devils vs. Tar Heels begins Sunday, February 26 at 12:00 p.m. ET. The competition will be held at Cameron Indoor Stadium, located on the Duke University campus in Durham, NC

Duke will celebrate Senior Day when the regular season comes to an end.

Schedule for the first round of the ACC tournament

Below is the schedule for the first round of the ACC Women’s Tournament beginning Wednesday, March 1st in Greensboro, North Carolina. The rest of the schedule and any betting times can be found here, and the official series of matchups will be released on Sunday.




Tip (ET)

TV channel


Wednesday March 1st

Seed #12 vs. Seed #13


ACC network


Wednesday March 1st

Seed #10 vs. Seed #15


ACC network


Wednesday March 1st

Seed #11 vs seed #14


ACC network

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