Our panel on which ACC men's basketball program does the most with the least, and other finer points of recruiting in the conference.
- 11/25L 123-120
- 11/27L 83-73
- 12/620W 79-62
- 12/9W 75-64
- 12/1515L 74-61
- 12/18W 74-64
- 12/20W 97-69
- 12/30W 72-67
- 1/3W 70-54
- 1/2020W 83-65
- 1/2313L 64-62
- 1/26L 75-68
- 1/3016W 76-65
- 2/1L 74-58
- 2/6W 82-80
- 2/109L 57-49
- 2/12L 74-72
- 2/14W 71-65
- 2/20W 87-60
- 2/2316W 69-53
- 2/27W 84-77
- 3/2W 81-77
- 3/5W 75-63
- 3/11W 70-66
- 3/1315W 80-75
- 3/198L 71-60
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Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the ACC schools that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
- Georgia Tech's Parham back; Devoe mulls NBA
- Sources: Ga. Tech star Wright out for first round
- Georgia Tech's Wright named ACC's best player
- NCAA overturns sanctions vs. Ga. Tech on appeal
Georgia Tech senior guard Bubba Parham will take advantage of the extra year of eligibility provided by the NCAA due to the coronavirus pandemic and return for the 2021-22 season.
— Loyola Chicago might be the only team that feels as though little has changed about the NCAA Tournament.
Cade Cunningham, Luka Garza and Gonzaga -- which has three starters in the top 10 -- headline the updated rankings for March Madness.
ACC player of the year Moses Wright will miss Georgia Tech's first-round game in the NCAA tournament and likely the second round if the Yellow Jackets advance, sources said.
We look at the women's game as 8 ACC women’s basketball teams selected to participate in NCAA tournament with NC State getting a 1 seed. Plus David Teel from the Richmond TImes- Dispatch joins the show to help us look ahead to the NCAA tournament and how the ACC will fare. He also shares some information regarding the impact covid-19 will have on the big dance, and re replay our interview from yesterday with Georgia Tech Guard Michael Devoe who was named the ACC Tournament Most Outstanding Player.
Georgia Tech Guard, Michael Devoe joins the show to talk about winning the ACC Tournament MVP award, and looks forward to how his Yellow-jackets will do in the NCAA tournament. And to help us breakdown all the other matchups we visit with ACCCN Basketball Analyst Luke Hancock. Plus Mark & Wes highlight all the ACC first round games and we look back at all the ACC sports action from the past week in "Top Plays"
Former Notre Dame Women's basketball coach Muffet McGraw joins the show to preview tonight's women's selection show and how well the ACC could do in this year's women's tournament. Plus we take a look back at The Best, and of Course the Worst from the weekend in ACC Sports. And who are some of the youngest coaches to ever win an ACC basketball Championship? The guys run through all the coaches you may have forgot about..
Several teams are nervous. We've placed their NCAA tournament selection nervousness into tiers.
— Michael Devoe scored 20 points and Georgia Tech shot 52% after halftime to beat No. 15 Florida State 80-75 in Saturday night’s Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament championship game.
— Jordan Usher scored 13 of his 15 points in the second half, including a game-clinching dunk created off a sterling play by Jose Alvarado, and Georgia Tech ended Miami's run in the ACC tournament with a 70-66 win on Thursday.
Georgia Tech senior Moses Wright has been named the ACC's player of the year by the AP. Virginia Tech's Mike Young was named the conference's coach of the year.
The guys have the unique honor to announce the 2021 ACC Men's Basketball Awards.. The guys announce who won this year’s First, Second, Third Team All ACC along with honorable mentions. Plus they give us the All Freshman team, All Defensive team, and they announce the individual ACC award winners. Plus we visit with Georgia Tech Forward Moses Wright after being named the ACC player of the year. And we speak to Virginia Tech Head Coach Mike Young who was just named the ACC Coach of the year.
While teams such as the Jayhawks and Hawkeyes dodged major pauses, others weren't so lucky. But they've all made it to March.
— Michael Devoe scored 20 points, Moses Wright had 17, and Georgia Tech beat Wake Forest 75-63 on Friday night in a regular season finale.
— Moses Wright scored 29 points and grabbed two of his 14 rebounds in the final 35 seconds, and Georgia Tech snapped a 14-game losing streak against Duke with an 81-77 overtime victory on Tuesday night.