The mid-majors began punching their tickets to the NCAA tournament last week. Now it's time for the BCS-conference schools to do the same.
The 2014 ACC tournament starts on Wednesday in Greensboro, N.C., featuring all 15 teams from the conference. No. 6 Virginia is the No. 1 seed in the tournament, but can the Cavaliers run the table and grab a conference championship?
A number of teams are playing to solidify their NCAA tournament resumes or make a long run and play their way onto the right side of the bubble, including Pittsburgh, NC State, Florida State, and Clemson.
Maryland is playing in its final ACC tournament ever before it moves to the Big Ten next season. Anything short of an ACC tournament title, though, will likely have them playing in the NIT to end the season.
ACC Tournament Talk will keep you up-to-date as scores go final, as well as preview matchups ahead.
Check back after each game for an updated bracket. The latest tournament picture is below (click to enlarge):