Tuesday, March 6, 2018

Here’s My 2018 ACC Tournament Brackets

My March Madness officially begins today with the First Round of the ACC Tournament from the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, NY.  The Second Round is the following day.
Duke (25-6) opens the ACC tournament Thursday, along with the other top four seeds—including No. 1 Virginia (28-2), the Conference’s regular season champion. 
A monster second half effort propelled No. 5 Duke to a 74-64 win over arch rival and ninth-ranked North Carolina Saturday night at Cameron Indoor Stadium.
Duke’s 74-64 victory over the Heels was sweet revenge for an 82-78 loss to the Heels on Feb. 8. With the win, Coach K’s team locked up the No. 2 seed and Carolina will be the No. 6 seed.
Coach Krzyzewski has more ACC titles than any ACC coach.
Here’s hoping Duke brings it during the ACC Tournament earning them a good pairing on Selection Sunday for the NCAA National Championship Tourney.

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