ACC Tournament Talk: Full game-by-game coverage
2014 ACC Tournament Central
Ready for the 2014 ACC tournament? Get final scores and analysis of each game, plus upcoming matchups and more right here.
Game 1: Wake Forest 81, Notre Dame 69
Behind 25 points from Coron Williams and 19 more from Devin Thomas, Wake Forest pushed past Notre Dame in Wednesday opening round. The Demon Deacons now advance to play No. 5-seeded Pittsburgh on Thursday.
Game 2: Miami 57, Virginia Tech 53
Virginia Tech's Jarell Eddie grabbed a rebound off a missed free throw with under 10 seconds to play, but his putback attempt would not go and no foul was called on the play. Three Miami players accounted for 75.4% of their scoring vs. Virginia Tech. The Hurricanes advance to face No. 7-seeded NC State on Thursday.
Game 3: Georgia Tech 73, Boston College 70 (OT)
The arena's lights went out late in the first half. As for the game, Trae Golden's last-second attempt in regulation was no good and no foul was called, but Georgia Tech emerged in overtime for a 73-70 win. The Yellow Jackets advance to play Clemson at 9 p.m. on Thursday.
Game 4: Florida State 67, Maryland 65
Boris Bojanovsky's dunk with 0.4 seconds to play lifted Florida State over Maryland and ended the Terrapins' 61-year run in the ACC. The Seminoles advance to play No. 1-seeded Virginia. Bojanovsky finished with 12 points and 12 rebounds.
Game 5: Pittsburgh 84, Wake Forest 55
It was never really that close. Pittsburgh had a 10-point lead by the 14:38 mark of the first half. Lamar Patterson had 24 points on 8-of-13 shooting. Pittsburgh advances to face No. 4-seeded North Carolina.
Game 6: NC State 67, Miami 58
ACC Player of the Year T.J. Warren led all scorers with 24 points for NC State. The Wolfpack forced 15 Miami turnovers while coughing it up just five times themselves to get the win. They advance to face No. 2-seeded Syracuse on Friday night.
Game 7: Clemson 69, Georgia Tech 65
For the second straight night, Georgia Tech went to overtime. But this time around, the extra period wasn't so kind. Clemson pulled away to get the win and advance to face Duke, a team the Tigers have already upset once this season.
Game 8: Virginia 64, Florida State 51
Joe Harris was back to the player we saw more of last season, the center of the offense on his way to 20 points on 7-of-12 shooting from the floor. Virginia advances to play the winner of North Carolina vs. Pittsburgh.
Game 9: Pittsburgh 80, North Carolina 75
Pittsburgh led by 20 points with 7:22 to play in the second half on Friday, but a late North Carolina surge cut the deficit to four points with 1:03 to go. But Pittsburgh locked down late, holding off Marcus Paige & Co. to advance to the semifinals and face Virginia.
Game 10: NC State 66, Syracuse 63
Syracuse had six shots in the final 20 seconds to either tie or pull within one point. They made none of them and NC State gets back into the bubble conversation with a win. The Wolfpack advance to face the winner of Duke-Clemson.
Game 11: Duke 63, Clemson 62
Rod Hall drove the length of the floor an an inbounds pass, but lost his balance and control of the ball when he had a chance to win it for Clemson. There was no foul call, which appeared to be the correct call, and Duke advances. The Blue Devils will take on NC State.
Game 12: Virginia 51, Pittsburgh 48
Justin Anderson blocked James Robinson's three-point attempt for the tie and the Cavaliers advance to the ACC tournament title game. Joe Harris led Virginia scorers with 12 points. The Cavaliers take on the winner of Duke and NC State.
Game 13: Duke 75, NC State 67
Jabari Parker was Jabari Parker, helping Duke's second-half push with 20 points to down NC State and advance to face Virginia for the ACC tournament title.
Game 14: Virginia 72, Duke 63
Akil Mitchell had 14 rebounds and forced Jabari Parker to take 24 shots to get his 23 points on Sunday. The ACC regular-season champs are the tournament champs, as well. It is the Cavaliers' first ACC tournament title since 1976.