ACC Tournament 2017: Updated Bracket and Scores for Men’s Basketball

The ACC is arguably the best conference in college basketball, and when you have 10 teams projected to make the NCAA tournament this season, it’s for good reason. This conference features absolute powerhouses such as Duke, North Carolina, and Louisville just to name a few.

The ACC tournament always proves to be one of the most competitive and fun to watch as we’ve already seen so far in the first three rounds. There are currently six teams in the AP top 25, and all of them have the potential to run away with the conference title.

UNC is looking to win back-to-back ACC championships and are the number one overall seed in the tournament. You can throw away any home-court advantages, though, because the tournament is being held at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, and there are some fierce rivals aiming to squash the Tar Heels. This is a tournament no one will want to miss, especially with the greatest rivalry in college basketball going down for the third time this season, Duke vs. UNC.

The updated bracket and all the current scores are listed below.


2017 ACC Tournament Bracket

ACC Bracket

The ACC


2017 ACC Tournament Schedule and Scores

Tuesday, March 7 (First Round)

Game 1: Clemson 75, NC State 61
Game 2: Wake Forest 92, Boston College 78
Game 3: Pittsburgh 61, Georgia Tech 59

Wednesday, March 8 (Second Round)

Game 4: Miami 62, Syracuse 57
Game 5: Duke 79,  Clemson 72
Game 6: Virginia Tech 99, Wake Forest 90
Game 7: Virginia 75, Pittsburgh 63

Thursday, March 9 (Quarterfinals)

Game 8: North Carolina 78, Miami 63
Game 9: Duke 81, Louisville 77
Game 10: Florida State 74, Virginia Tech 68
Game 11: Notre Dame 71, Virginia 58

Friday, March 10 (Semifinals)

Game 12: North Carolina vs. Duke, 7:00 P.M. ET on ESPN or ESPN2/ACC Network
Game 13: Florida State vs. Notre Dame, 9:00 P.M. ET on ESPN or ESPN2/ACC Network

Saturday, March 11 (Final)

Championship: Game 12 winner vs. Game 13 winner, 9:00 P.M. ET on ESPN/ACC Network


  • Cristian ScovellCOED Writer
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