It’s crowded atop the conference table in our latest ACC Power Rankings, with North Carolina and Virginia sharing the regular season title while Duke eagerly awaits the return of Zion Williamson.
An upset win for Georgia Tech, a close escape for Duke, and more all factors into the latest edition of our ACC Power Rankings as the regular season winds to a close.
The Hokies knocked off a Duke team without Zion Williamson, Louisville dropped a stunner to Boston College, and the Tar Heels continue to fly under the radar despite an impressive season thus far.
In the latest edition of our ACC power rankings, there’s finally some movement at the top, as UNC’s big win against Duke vaults them into the No. 1 spot, while Virginia continues to stay steady at No. 2
Duke erased a 23-point deficit to beat Louisville on the road, so to no surprise, the Blue Devils are once again the cream of the crop in our ACC Power Rankings.
In the latest edition of our ACC power rankings, the top five remains unchanged ahead of a Duke-Virginia weekend showdown that could decide who wins the regular season title.
Louisville and North Carolina have both been playing excellently as of late, but its still Duke and Virginia’s conference to lose.
The second edition of our 2018-19 ACC power rankings features Duke and Virginia teams that have established themselves as national contenders, three other ranked teams, and a fast-rebuilding Louisville program.
The first edition of the ACC men’s basketball power rankings comes with six teams ranked in the AP Top 25, including two in the top four as No. 1 Duke and No. 4 Virginia gear up to battle for the conference title.
As preparation for the upcoming conference tournament that starts on Tuesday, here’s our final regular season edition of the ACC Power Rankings—with slight changes up top.