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Duquesne will start the Atlantic 10 men's basketball season with a nationally televised game Jan. 3 at Dayton, part of an 18-game conference schedule released Wednesday.

NBC Sports Network will televise the conference opener as part of a tripleheader, one of at least five times (three at home) this season the Dukes will play on TV. The team's TV schedule includes two games at Consol Energy Center — Jan. 17 vs. VCU (CBS Sports Network) and Feb. 21 vs. Dayton (NBCSN) and one at Palumbo Center on Feb. 11 vs. George Washington (A-10 Network). A Feb. 7 game at Davidson is scheduled for the A-10 Network.

Also visiting Palumbo Center are Saint Joseph's (Jan. 7), Rhode Island (Jan. 10), St. Bonaventure (Jan. 22), George Mason (Jan. 31), Saint Louis (Feb. 25) and Davidson (March 7).

The A-10 road trips are at Dayton (Jan. 3), at Saint Louis (Jan. 14), at George Washington (Jan. 24), at Richmond (Jan. 28), at Davidson (Feb. 7), at UMass (Feb. 14), at La Salle (Feb. 18), at St. Bonaventure (Feb. 28) and at Fordham (March 4).

Chris Harlan is a staff writer for Trib Total Media. Reach him at charlan@tribweb.com or via Twitter @CHarlan_Trib.

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