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Breaking down the ACC basketball tournament schedule

Taking a look at who, where and when for the ACC Conference Championship, which will be hosted at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina.

Louisville player Jae’Lyn Withers pulls down a rebound during the second half as the Louisville Cardinals took on the Virginia Cavaliers at the KFC Yum! Center. Courier Journal-USA TODAY NETWORK

The ACC Conference Championship stretches from March 9 to March 13, with all games taking place at the traditional home of the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina. The tournament will include 15 teams, who will play single-elimination games with no reseeding, and a double-bye for the top four teams in the league.

All games will be broadcast on ESPN platforms, including the ACC Network for the first two days.

The Virginia Cavaliers won their third consecutive ACC regular-season championship, and will be the No. 1 seed in the event.

Tuesday, March 9

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

Wednesday, March 10

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

Thursday, March 11

Game 8: No. 1 Virginia 72-69 over No. 8 Syracuse
Game 9: No. 4 Georgia Tech 70-66 over No. 13 Miami
Game 10: No. 2 Florida State by forfeit over No. 10 Duke due to COVID-19 positive test
Game 11: No. 6 North Carolina 81-73 over No. 3 Virginia Tech

Friday, March 12

Game 12: No. 4 Georgia Tech over No. 1 Virginia (COVID-19 forfeit)
Game 13: No. 2 Florida State 69-66 over No. 6 North Carolina

Saturday, March 13

No. 4 Georgia Tech 80-75 over No. 2 Florida State

The Ramblin’ Wreck win their first ACC Championship in 28 years, and are heading back to the NCAA Tournament.