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2017 Schedule
21-7, 4th in ACC
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1dEamonn Brennan

Bubble Watch: Notre Dame now a lock

The ACC is chasing the record of 11 teams getting a tournament bid. Notre Dame joins Duke, North Carolina, Florida State and Lousiville as the conference's locks, and Miami should get in.

Jeff Borzello ESPN Staff Writer 

Arizona and Minnesota were in for top-10 sophomore Matthew Hurt today. Notre Dame and Wisconsin will watch him tomorrow.

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2dJoe Lunardi

Creighton slips to six-seed line

The Bluejays drop one notch following their win over Georgetown and join Maryland, Notre Dame and Saint Mary's.

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Gonzaga, Villanova, Kansas top men's poll

Gonzaga, Villanova and Kansas are the top three teams in the Associated Press men's college basketball poll for the third straight week.

No. 25 Notre Dame scorches NC State 81-72 (0:31)

ESPN Stats and Information  

V.J. Beachem (10) and Bonzie Colson (10) have combined for 20 points in the 1st half. NC State scored 28 as a team


Watch: Irish visit Wolfpack

NC State (14-13, 3-11 in ACC play) will play its first game since Mark Gottfried was fired, though he'll coach the rest of this season. Notre Dame (20-7, 9-5) seeks its fourth straight win. (12 p.m. ET, ESPN/WatchESPN)

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5dEamonn Brennan

The already-insane ACC race is about to get crazier

Duke is back among the ACC's top teams with a six-game winning streak, but can the Blue Devils (or any of the other five contenders) catch league leader North Carolina?

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5dAndrew Lange

Weekend's best college hoops bets

ESPN Chalk's Andrew Lange outlines the best value bets among Saturday's slate of college basketball games, including Kentucky-Georgia and Colorado-Oregon.

No. 25 Notre Dame storms back to top Boston College (0:59)
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8dEamonn Brennan

Bubble Watch: Atlantic Coast Conference

Duke joins Louisville, UNC, Florida State and Virginia among the locks for the NCAA tournament. Notre Dame still should be in, while Wake Forest, Virginia Tech, Miami, Clemson, Syracuse and Georgia Tech have work left to do.

Colson a Wooden Watch candidate (0:35)
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9dJoe Lunardi

Bracketology: Lots of movement on No. 6 line

Notre Dame and SMU rise to No. 6 seeds after knocking off ranked teams over the weekend. They're joined by Maryland (steady) and South Carolina (falling) on the No. 6 line.

Notre Dame knocks off No. 14 Florida State (0:37)

Team Stats

Points Per Game79.549th
Rebounds Per Game34.4257th
Assists Per Game16.524th
Points Allowed69.6108th

Tournament History

Final Fours1
Tournament Record37-39
Championship SeasonsNone
Tournament Appearances35