With Boston College's 74-72 victory over Georgia Tech, the Eagles are now locked into the ACC Tournament's no. 8 seed. Next week's first round ACC Tournament game will be at noon on ESPNU and the ACC Network.
Let's take a look at the current ACC Tournament bracket and where we stand after the BC-Georgia Tech game.
*1. Miami Hurricanes (14-3)
*2. Duke Blue Devils (13-4)
3. North Carolina Tar Heels (12-5)
4. N.C. State Wolfpack (11-6)
5. Virginia Cavaliers (10-7)
6. Florida St. Seminoles (8-9)
7. Maryland Terrapins (8-9)
*8. Boston College Eagles (7-11)
9. Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets (6-12)
10. Clemson Tigers (5-12)
11. Wake Forest Demon Deacons (5-12)
12. Virginia Tech Hokies (4-13)
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And the tournament bracket:
Thursday, March 14 - First Round
Game 1: #8 Boston College vs. #9 Georgia Tech, noon ESPNU/ACC Network
Game 2: #5 Virginia vs. #12 Virginia Tech, 2 p.m. ESPNU/ACC Network
Game 3: #7 Maryland vs. #10 Clemson, 7 p.m. ESPNU/ACC Network
Game 4: #6 Florida State vs. #11 Wake Forest, 9 p.m. ESPNU/ACC Network
Friday, March 15 - Quarterfinals
Game 5: #1 Miami vs. Game 1 winner, noon ESPN2/ACC Network
Game 6: #4 N.C. State vs. Game 2 winner, 2 p.m. ESPN2/ACC Network
Game 7: #2 Duke vs. Game 3 winner, 7 p.m. ESPN2/ACC Network
Game 8: #3 North Carolina vs. Game 4 winner, 9 p.m. ESPN2/ACC Network
-- Florida State owns the head-to-head tiebreaker over the Terrapins, winning the regular season series 2-0.
-- Clemson owns the tiebreaker over Wake Forest, winning the only meeting between the two programs this year.
As for the opponent, BC will draw either Georgia Tech or Clemson, depending on the outcome of the Clemson-Miami game later this afternoon.
Boston College will face No. 9 Georgia Tech with a Clemson loss (at Miami).
Boston College will face No. 9 Clemson with a win.
Clemson or Georgia Tech? Who do you want the Eagles to face in the first round?