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How to watch: Tennessee vs. North Carolina

The ACC/SEC Challenge rolls on.

NCAA Basketball: Battle 4 Atlantis Third Place-Arkansas at North Carolina Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

The season is young, but the tests keep coming for Tennessee basketball. The Volunteers picked up a win over Syracuse last week in Honolulu, but fell on back to back days facing the No. 1 and No. 2 teams in the country in the Maui Invitational. Both Purdue and Kansas got the better of Tennessee, and now the Vols are set to take on yet another powerhouse program.

Rick Barnes will head back to his home state of North Carolina tonight, set to take on the Tar Heels at the Dean E. Smith Center. North Carolina is off to a 5-1 start on the year, coming off of two wins last week in the Battle 4 Atlantis. The Tar Heels came back to beat Northern Iowa, beat Arkansas, but lost to eventual champion Villanova.

North Carolina may or may not have the services of standout guard Cormac Ryan, who was injured against Arkansas. Ryan averages nearly 11 points per game, and is considered a gametime decision tonight.

North Carolina is favored in their home gym by two points, per DraftKings Sportsbook.

SEC/ACC Challenge Scoreboard

Tuesday Night

Mississippi State 59, Georgia Tech 67

Notre Dame 53, South Carolina 65

LSU 57, Syracuse 80

Missouri 71, Pittsburgh 64

Miami 73, Kentucky 95

NC State 52, Ole Miss 72

Clemson 85, Alabama 77

Wednesday Night

7:15pm: Tennessee at North Carolina (ESPN)

7:15pm: Texas A&M at Virginia (ESPN2)

7:15pm: Florida at Wake Forest (ESPNU)

9:15pm: Duke at Arkansas (ESPN)

9:15pm: Virginia Tech at Auburn (ESPN2)

9:15pm: Georgia at Florida State (ACC Network)

9:15pm: Boston College at Vanderbilt (SEC Network)

How to watch: Tennessee vs. North Carolina

Location: Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Time: 7:15 ET


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