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.
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
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.
Ky Bowman struggled, the Eagles couldn’t box Zion Williamson out, and BC watched a first-half lead quickly delve into a 25-point loss.
The Eagles held a slim two-point lead at the halftime break, but the No. 2 Blue Devils exerted their will in the second half, eventually winning by 25.
Louisville and North Carolina have both been playing excellently as of late, but its still Duke and Virginia’s conference to lose.
Ky Bowman had a career-high 44 points, four shy of the program record, but the rest of the Eagles struggled mightily from the field in a disappointing loss to the Hawks.
Featuring 12 teams that made NCAA Tournament appearances a year ago, the Eagles play tough non-conference games against Texas A&M and Providence and face the regular gauntlet of the ACC.
Jerome Robinson is the ACC’s second-leading scorer, and Ky Bowman is the only player in the nation, averaging at least 16.9 points, 7.2 boards, and 5.0 assists per game—yet neither have received the recognition they deserve.