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2017 Schedule
15-13, 12th in ACC
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21hJoe Lunardi

Bracketology: Three ACC bubble teams left out

Virginia Tech and Miami are trending up, but No. 1 seeds will await them in the second round. A total of 10 ACC teams make the cut with Wake Forest, Clemson and Pittsburgh falling just outside the field.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Wild night on the bubble. Syracuse got the biggest win of the night, beating Duke. Providence and Seton Hall both with huge wins, over Creighton and Xavier, respectively. Wake Forest and Illinois State kept their respective hopes alive, so did Vanderbilt. California had a major chance, but blew a lead to Oregon. TCU and Kansas State both suffered losses, with the Wildcats' home defeat to Oklahoma State potentially looming large. Tennessee's loss to Vandy hurts. Pittsburgh and Georgetown probably both totally done after their losses.

ESPN Stats & Info

Flawless run for the ACC

Per ESPN's BPI, four of the top five game performances last week resided in the ACC, speared by a near-perfect score from UNC in its rout of UVA. Duke's win over UVA is also noteworthy because it was given less than a 30 percent chance to win.

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4dJoe Lunardi

Who's barely in or barely out in latest Bracketology?

Two of last week's "Last Four In" won on Saturday (Georgia Tech and Marquette) while the other two lost (Seton Hall and TCU). How do things look now toward the bottom of the bracket?

Jeter's 29 lifts Pitt over Florida State (0:36)

Watch: Can Seminoles keep pace?

Florida State is in a three-way tie for second place in the ACC, all one half-game behind North Carolina. Pitt has won only two of its seven home conference games. (4 p.m. ET, ESPN2/WatchESPN)


Hokies seek some road relief

Virginia Tech heads into the Petersen Events Center having lost its last three road games. Pitt has its first winning streak of the new year (two games) having previously lost eight straight. (7 p.m. ET, ESPN2/WatchESPN) Preview

Duke victorious in Coach K's return (0:35)

Coach K returns, No. 21 Duke beats Pitt 72-64

Grayson Allen scored 18 of his 21 points in the second half, and No. 21 Duke beat Pittsburgh 72-64 on Saturday in coach Mike Krzyzewski's return after a four-week break following back surgery.

Coach K fired up after Allen 3-pointer in win (0:25)
Allen finishes with the crafty left-handed move (0:17)

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Krzyzewski has primarily stuck with his starting five (Jackson, Tatum, Kennard, Allen, Jefferson) in the second half with only Matt Jones coming off the bench. And Jones has only played six minutes this half.

Grayson Allen called for tripping foul in win (0:18)

Andy Katz ESPN Senior Writer 

Pitt is the first team since the ACC went to 18 league games three years ago that has had to play back-to-back road games at North Carolina and Duke (in any order). The Panthers are handling the challenge. This won't happen too often now with unbalanced schedules. A number of ACC schools won't play UNC and Duke on the road in the same season, let alone consecutively.

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke's Jayson Tatum starting to assert himself with their initial 8 second half points after just two attempts in the first half. Tatum shooting 29% from 3 on the second but has made both his shots from behind the arc this half

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke shooting just 16 of 57 from 3-point line in its last 3 home games, including just 3-for-13 in first half vs Pitt. In Krzyzewski's last game before his hiatus, Blue Devils made 16 of 31 3s against Georgia Tech

Giles hammers home alley-oop off feed from Allen (0:26)

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Pitt appears to be using same offensive strategy it used vs Carolina milking the clock to keep total number of possessions low in the game. Panthers didn't attempt a shot until less than three seconds on shot clock on their first four possessions

Team Stats

Points Per Game75.7120th
Rebounds Per Game35.9171st
Assists Per Game15.0Tied-83rd
Points Allowed75.6257th

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record24-27
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances26