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  • ACC looking more and more like a five-bid league

    ACC looking more and more like a five-bid league
    During its final six seasons, 2008-13, the old Big East basketball conference averaged an unrivaled 8.5 NCAA tournament bids. In one remarkable fit of gluttony, 11 league teams landed in the 2011 bracket, and ninth-place Connecticut – ninth! –...
  • Notre Dame still has work to do for NCAA tournament

    Notre Dame still has work to do for NCAA tournament
    The message came a couple of hours after Notre Dame toppled No. 4 Duke. "Do you think Notre Dame will be a No. 1 seed?" As in for the NCAA tournament. I answered that the Irish still had work to do. There were no such texts after Saturday's...
  • No. 2 Virginia holds off NC State, 51-47

    RALEIGH, N.C. N.C. State knew what was at stake against No. 2 Virginia. There was no subtext necessary to what a win would do for the Wolfpack's NCAA tournament hopes. N.C. State will have to find another way to bolster its NCAA case after Wednesday's...
  • Jerian Grant leads No. 10 Notre Dame to 60-58 win at Clemson

    CLEMSON, S.C. (AP) — Jerian Grant scored 22 points and Demetrius Jackson hit the tying and go-ahead baskets as No. 10 Notre Dame outlasted Clemson 60-58 on Tuesday night. The Tigers (14-10, 6-6 Atlantic Coast Conference) missed two shots at the...
  • Five 'Canes earn All-ACC Academic honors

    Five 'Canes earn All-ACC Academic honors
    Five Hurricanes were honored Wednesday not for their work on the football field, but in the classroom. Receiver Braxton Berrios, defensive end Anthony Chickillo, safety Nantambu-Akil Fentress, defensive tackle Calvin Heurtelou and punter Justin Vogel...
  • Ball security key for Virginia offense without injured Anderson

    Ball security key for Virginia offense without injured Anderson
    Virginia endured its second-worst shooting night of the season Saturday, missed 12-of-14 attempts from beyond the 3-point arc and lost the rebounding battle. Hardly a promising victory formula against the nation’s ninth-ranked team and a Hall of...
  • Notre Dame hopes to develop 'short memories'

    Notre Dame hopes to develop 'short memories'
    The results were vastly different for Notre Dame in its two games against Duke. First came a four-point win. Then came a 30-point loss. Despite the differences, the Irish are taking similar steps to turn the page after playing the Blue Devils. No....
  • Quinn Cook scores season-high 25 as No. 4 Duke holds off Florida State 73-70

    Mike Krzyzewski has seen how this grueling stretch has affected his Duke team: three wins in six days. And he has also seen the Blue Devils go from struggling in Atlantic Coast Conference play after back-to-back losses to North Carolina State and Miami...
  • U.Va. looks to move forward after losing Justin Anderson in win against Louisville

    Virginia coach Tony Bennett knew guard Justin Anderson's left hand was in pretty rough shape Saturday night early in the second half of No. 3 U.Va.'s 52-47 win against Louisville. Anderson wasn't ready to play after halftime, which instantly raised a...
  • Solid second half helps 'Canes pick up much-needed ACC win

    Solid second half helps 'Canes pick up much-needed ACC win
    Over the course of the past month, the Hurricanes have been plenty inconsistent. They've won at venues including Cameron Indoor Arena and the Carrier Dome, but have struggled at home and came into Sunday's game on a three-game losing streak that puzzled...
  • Can Virginia Tech, Clemson unseat Georgia Tech, FSU atop ACC football?

     Can Virginia Tech, Clemson unseat Georgia Tech, FSU atop ACC football?
    Recruits are signed, draft intentions known, schedules unveiled. Courtesy of academics, injury and tomfoolery, much can, and likely will, change before ACC football 2015 kicks off, but the picture has cleared since Pittsburgh's epic bowl collapse closed...