Thursday, October 21

ACC Tournament Chart: Full TV Schedule, Scores, 2021 Basketball Tournament Results

The ACC will become the first major conference to start its postseason tournament, setting in motion what could be one of the most compelling stories ahead of the 2021 NCAA Tournament.

While teams like Florida State, Virginia and Virginia Tech have already secured their bids for March Madness, traditional blue bloods like Syracuse, North Carolina and Duke need strong runs to secure their NCAA Tournament bid. In the case of the Blue Devils, it is possible that nothing less than a tournament championship will secure their offer.

Welcome to life in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, where the bluest bluebloods of college basketball are at risk of not even making it to the tournament.

PLUS: Watch ACC Tournament games live on fuboTV (7-day free trial)

With that, here’s a full breakdown of the ACC 2021 Tournament, from parentheses to info and TV schedules:

ACC 2021 tournament draw

Seed Team Record (ACC)
No. 1 Virginia 17-6 (13-4)
No. 2 Florida State 15-5 (11-4)
Number 3 Virginia Tech 15-5 (9-4)
No. 4 Georgia Tech 15-8 (11-6)
number 5 Clemson 16-6 (10-6)
No 6 North Carolina 16-9 (10-6)
No. 7 Louisville 13-6 (8-5)
No. 8 Syracuse 15-8 (9-7)
No. 9 State of North Carolina 13-9 (9-8)
No. 10 Duke 11-11 (9-9)
No. 11 Our lady 10-14 (7-11)
No. 12 Pitt 10-11 (6-10)
No. 13 Miami 8-16 (4-15)
No. 14 Wake Forest 6-15 (3-15)
No. 15 Boston College 4-15 (2-11)

Odds of winning the ACC Tournament

Florida State enters with the best odds of winning the ACC 2021 Tournament in +250. Virginia is a close second in +350 odds, followed by Louisville, North Carolina, and Virginia Tech, all in +500 odd.

Despite their lackluster seasons, North Carolina’s traditional blue bloods (+500) and duke (+1400) they have the third and sixth best odds of winning the ACC 2021 Tournament, a nod to the talent present on both teams. Still, both teams will likely need deep runs, in the case of the Blue Devils, perhaps even the tournament title, to secure an NCAA tournament offer. If they can’t get invites, it would be the first time since 1974 that neither team has entered a tournament. So there is no pressure.

Below are all the odds of winning the ACC 2021 Tournament:

Team Odd
Florida State +250
Virginia +350
Louisville +500
North Carolina +500
Virginia Tech +500
Duke +1400
Clemson +1400
Georgia Tech +2500
Pitt +2500
Syracuse +5000
State of North Carolina +10000
Miami +15000
Our lady +15000
Boston College +25000
Wake Forest +25000

MORE: Download a printable NCAA tournament bracket here

How to watch the ACC tournament live

The ACC 2021 Tournament will be broadcast entirely on the ESPN family of networks: ESPN, ESPN2 and ACC Network. Streaming options include and fuboTV, which offers a free seven-day trial.

Round 1
ACC network
Round 2
ESPN / ESPN2 / ACC Network
Quarter finals
ACC Championship Game

ACC 2021 tournament schedule

The ACC 2021 Tournament will begin on Tuesday, March 9 and will run until Saturday, March 13.

The broadcast team of Sean McDonough and Cory Alexander will call the entire first round before splitting the tasks with Dan Shulman and Jay Bilas in the second and quarterfinals. McDonough and Alexander will call the first two games of each respective round, while Shulman and Bilas will call the last two. This last team will summon each one of the semifinal games as well as the championship. Allison Williams will serve as an on-court reporter throughout the tournament.

Below is the full tournament schedule:

Winning teams in bold
* Indicates that the game has not been contested due to COVID-19 issues

Round 1: Tuesday, March 9

Game 1: No. 13 Miami 79, No. 12 Pitt 73
Game 2: No. 10 Duke 86, No. 15 Boston College 51
Game 3: No. 11 Notre Dame 80, No. 14 Wake Forest 77

Round 2: Wednesday March 10

Game 4: No. 8 Syracuse 89, No. 9 State of North Carolina 68
Game 5: No. 13 Miami 67, No. 5 Clemson 64
Game 6: No. 10 Duke 70, No. 7 Louisville 56
Game 7: No. 6 North Carolina 101, No. 11 Notre Dame 59

Quarter-finals: Thursday, March 11

Game 8: No. 1 Virginia 72, No. 8 Siracusa 69
Game 9: No. 4 Georgia Tech 70, No. 13 Miami 66
Game 10: No. 2 State of Florida, No. 10 Duke (undisputed) *
Game 11: No. 6 North Carolina 81, # 3 Virginia Tech 73

Semifinals: Friday, March 12

Game 12: No. 4 Georgia Tech, No. 1 Virginia (undisputed) *
Game 13: No. 2 Florida State 69, No. 6 North Carolina 66

ACC Championship Game: Saturday, March 13

Time (ET) TV (national)
Game 14: No. 4 Georgia Tech vs. No. 2 Florida State 8:30 pm ESPN, fuboTV

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