ACC Tournament Schedule: A Quick Glance at the ACC Brackets
When Does Your Favorite ACC Team Play and Where Can You Watch Them?
The ACC tournament gets underway Thursday with four games being played. Every single year we talk about the ACC tournament, but really we should just talk about Duke because they have won nine of the last 12 ACC tournaments.
This year feels a little different, despite the fact that Duke is the No. 2 seed. They are coming off of a loss to North Carolina, they really struggle when they aren't hitting their three's because they have virtually no inside presence at all.
Speaking of North Carolina, how good have they been lately? They enter the ACC tournament with all the momentum in the world. They beat their nemesis, Duke, on the last day of the season to win the conference regular season crown. They are 20-3 in their last 23 games. Roy Williams' squad is dangerous.
Here is a look at all the games being played and where you can watch them.
All ACC tournament games take place at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Thursday, March 10
No. 8 Virginia vs No. 9 Miami - Noon EST, ACC Network
No. 5 Boston College vs No. 12 Wake Forest - 2 PM EST, ACC Network
No. 7 Maryland vs No. 10 N.C. State - 7 PM EST, ESPN 2
No. 6 Virginia Tech vs No. 11 Georgia Tech - 9 PM EST, ACC Network
Friday, March 11
No.1 North Carolina vs Virginia/Miami winner - Noon EST, ESPN 2 and ACC Network
No. 4 Clemson vs Boston College/Wake Forest winner - 2 PM EST, ESPN 2 and ACC Network
No. 2 Duke vs Maryland/N.C. State winner - 7 PM EST, ESPN 2 and ACC Network
No. 3 Florida State vs Virginia Tech/Georgia Tech winner - 9 PM EST, ESPN 2 and ACC Network
Saturday, March 12
First Semi-Final Game - 1PM EST, ESPN
Second Semi-Final Game - 3 PM EST, ESPN
Sunday, March 13
ACC Championship Game - 1 PM EST, ESPN
For complete tournament schedule and more information regarding the ACC, check out the ACC website here.
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