Feb 25, 2012; Winston-Salem, NC, USA; Boston College Eagles forward Ryan Anderson (12) goes up for a dunk during the second half against the Wake Forest Demon Deacons. Wake Forest defeated Boston College 85-56 at Lawrence Joel Veterans Memorial Coliseum. Mandatory Credit: Jeremy Brevard-US PRESSWIRE
Boston College missed a big opportunity yesterday to, well, not finish last in the ACC this season. At 3-11, the Eagles are now in last place, losing the head-to-head tiebreaker to Georgia Tech, also 3-11. BC will have the opportunity to jump the Jackets in the ACC standings this Wednesday at Conte Forum.
If the tournament were today, Boston College would earn the 12th seed and a first round date with Miami. The Eagles got drilled by the Hurricanes earlier this year 76-54, but get a second crack at the U in the regular season finale on Saturday.
Here's how the ACC Tournament currently shakes out.
No. 5 Miami (8-6) vs. No. 12 Boston College (3-11)
No. 6 Clemson (7-7) vs. No. 11 Georgia Tech (3-11)
No. 7 N.C. State (7-7) vs. No. 10 Virginia Tech (4-10)
No. 8 Maryland (6-8) vs. No. 9 Wake Forest (4-10)
No. 1 Duke (12-2) vs. 8/9 winner
No. 2 North Carolina (12-2) vs. 7/10 winner
No. 3 Florida State (10-4) vs. 6/11 winner
No. 4 Virginia (8-6) vs. 5/12 winner
With two regular season games remaining, here is the exhaustive list of ACC Tournament seeding scenarios for BC. Rooting interests after the jump.
Wake Forest (4-10) hosts Duke and plays at Georgia Tech.
Virginia Tech (4-10) plays at Clemson and hosts N.C. State.
Georgia Tech (3-11) plays at BC and hosts Wake Forest.
Boston College (3-11) hosts Georgia Tech and plays at Miami.
2/28 Duke at Wake Forest -- Duke
2/29 Georgia Tech at Boston College -- Duh
3/1 Virginia Tech at Clemson -- Need Virginia Tech to lose this game or vs. N.C. State
3/3 Boston College at Miami -- Duh
3/3 Wake Forest at Georgia Tech -- Georgia Tech
3/4 N.C. State at Virginia Tech -- Need Virginia Tech to lose this game or at Clemson