Florida State: Clemson and Miami.
Georgia Tech: Clemson and Notre Dame.
Maryland: Pitt and Virginia.
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Miami: Florida State and Virginia Tech.
North Carolina: Duke and North Carolina State.
N.C. State: North Carolina and Wake Forest.
Notre Dame: Boston College and Georgia Tech.
Pitt: Maryland and Syracuse.
Syracuse: Boston College and Pitt.
Virginia: Virginia Tech and Maryland.
Virginia Tech: Virginia and Miami.
Wake Forest: Duke and N.C. State.
The ACC tournament will start with three first-round games Wednesday between seeds 10-15. Those winners join seeds 5-9 for Thursday’s four second-round games. The top four seeds have byes into Friday’s quarterfinals.
Also Wednesday, the ACC decided that its 12 highest-ranked basketball teams in the Rating Percentage Index will compete the following season in the ACC-Big Ten Challenge. The Big Ten has 12 members.
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