ACC Basketball Tournament 2014 News and Updates
There is no denying the strength of ACC Basketball
. With five teams in the Top 25, the Atlantic Coast Conference is arguably the best in the Nation again in 2014. Like all Conferences, the ACC has had its fair share of struggles this season, but Saturday’s college basketball game between undefeated No. 2 Syracuse
and No. 17 Duke
cemented that the ACC is one to watch out for come March. The Orange outlasted the Blue Devils 91-89 in OT, playing one of the best conference games in a long time on a National stage. It was a sneak peek into the ACC Tournament where we are guaranteed to see elite basketball from the later round teams. Now number one in the Country, the Syracuse Orange (22-0) are primed for the NCAA Tournament on their journey to the Final Four.
Last year, the Miami Hurricanes
took the crown in the ACC Tournament, receiving the League’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament. It was the final year that the Conference Tournament would be played among 12 teams; as this year, the Pittsburgh Panthers
, Syracuse Orange
, and Notre Dame Fighting Irish
have joined the Conference to total a massive 15 teams. 2014 Tournament play begins March 12 at Greensboro Coliseum with the tournament’s Championship game on March 16. All-Session ACC Tournament tickets range from $384 - $2,838 and will get you into four days of action (TR-Sun). Wednesday's Opening Day tickets are sold separate and includes three games (seeds 10-15) and a concert by country music star Scotty McCreery. Single session tickets are available today; each session in the second, quarterfinals, and semifinal rounds are comprised of two games. The top four seeds – currently Syracuse, Virginia
, Pittsburgh, Duke- receive a second round bye, so the first time we will see the best-of-the-best will be Friday in the quarterfinals. The first round, played on Wednesday, will feature seeds 10-15. The winners and seeds 5-9 will square off in the second round of the ACC tournament on Thursday. Grab your All-Session tickets and watch ACC's best compete to keep their NCAA Tournament hopes alive!