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2017 Schedule
20-9, 6th in ACC
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3hMyron Medcalf

Why your team will not be going to the Final Four

You're going to stare at a full bracket less than two weeks from now and think your team has a decent shot at the Final Four. We're here to give you the bad news about why it will end earlier.

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Outlaw's big night leads Virginia Tech past Miami (0:53)
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Watch: Hokies have slight edge over Hurricanes

The Hurricanes (20-8, 10-6 ACC) looked like they might be headed for a second NIT appearance in three seasons after losing four of five games in late January, but they've won eight of 10 since. (9 p.m. ET, ESPN2/WatchESPN)

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Duke's Allen, Jefferson uncertain for FSU game

Duke coach Mike Krzyzewski says he doesn't know if injured upperclassmen Grayson Allen and Amile Jefferson will play Tuesday night against No. 15 Florida State.

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23hJoe Lunardi

Bracketology: Who could challenge No. 1 seeds?

Kansas could face Michigan State or Wichita State in the second round, per Lunardi's latest projection. Dayton, Miami, Michigan, Arkansas, Xavier and VCU round out the rest of his No. 8 and 9 seeds.

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Capital One Impact Performance Nominees (1:11)

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Since Jim Larrañaga took over as Miami coach in 2011-12, the Hurricanes are 4-1 (.800) against top-10 Duke teams. That matches the best winning percentage against top-10 Duke teams in that time (minimum two games).

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Miami freshman Bruce Brown has scored 20 or more points twice in his career, and those performances weren't against gimmes. The two highest-scoring games of Brown's career have come in wins over North Carolina in January (30 points) and Duke on Saturday (25).

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No. 10 Duke falls to Miami (0:33)
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Brown leads Miami past No. 10 Duke, 55-50

Bruce Brown scored 25 points, and Miami held No. 10 Duke a staggering 32 points below its season average on the way to beating the Blue Devils 55-50 on Saturday.

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Brown dunks off backdoor cut in win (0:19)
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Brown pickpockets and punches it home (0:24)
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Miami's Murphy powers it down (0:21)

C.L. Brown ESPN Staff Writer 

Duke's Grayson Allen hasn't been the same since tweaking his ankle against Clemson on Feb. 11. He no longer drives to the basket because of it. He's taken 27 3-pointers the last 4 games, compared to just 12 FG attempts inside the arc. Appears Mike Krzyzewski sitting him down to have him healthier for postseason.

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Can Blue Devils sweep Hurricanes?

Duke is 3-4 in road ACC games this season, having finished below .500 in that category only twice in the last 20 seasons. When Miami lost the teams' first meeting in late January, the Hurricanes received no points from reserves. (Saturday, 4 p.m. ET) Preview

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Recruiting Nation: Ole Miss violations

Matt Schick and Gerry Hamilton discuss the impact of the latest notice of allegations at Ole Miss. Plus, an interview with the No. 7 propsect in the ESPN100, Kevin Knox.

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5dJoe 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.

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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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Looking at the week's biggest upsets

Given less than an 11 percent chance to win by ESPN's BPI, Oregon State's thriller over Utah on Sunday was the week's biggest upset among the major conferences. Miami, Nebraska, Arkansas and Duke scored some pretty big upsets, too.

Team Stats

Points Per Game70.6247th
Rebounds Per Game36.8126th
Assists Per Game12.1Tied-266th
Points Allowed63.323rd

Tournament History

Final Fours0
Tournament Record8-8
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances8