Here's how it looks heading into Wednesday night's games.
|First round - Tuesday, March 10|
|1||1 pm||No. 12 Georgia Tech vs No. 13 Virginia Tech||ESPN2
|2||3 pm||No. 11 Wake Forest vs No. 14 Boston College|
|Second round - Wednesday, March 11|
|1||3||noon||No. 8 Miami vs No. 9 Clemson||ESPN
|4||2 pm||No. 5 North Carolina vs Winner Game 1|
|2||5||7 pm||No. 7 Pittsburgh vs No. 10 Florida State|
|6||9 pm||No. 6 NC State vs Winner Game 2|
|Quarterfinals - Thursday, March 12|
|3||7||noon||No. 1 Virginia vs Winner Game 3||ESPN2
|8||2 pm||No. 4 Louisville vs Winner Game 4|
|4||9||7 pm||No. 2 Duke vs Winner Game 5||ESPN
|10||9 pm||No. 3 Notre Dame vs Winner Game 6|
|Semifinals - Friday, March 13|
|5||11||7 pm||Winner Game 7 vs Winner Game 8||ESPN
|12||9 pm||Winner Game 9 vs Winner Game 10|
|Championship - Saturday, March 14|
|6||13||8:30 pm||Winner Game 11 vs Winner Game 12||ESPN/ACCN
--Duke has played two fewer games than Notre Dame and split their season series with the Irish, but they earn the No. 2 seed at the moment by virtue of their win over Virginia.
--Syracuse would currently be the tournament's No. 6 seed if it was postseason eligible.
--NC State is the current No. 6 seed by way of owning the head-to-head tiebreaker with Pitt.
--If Miami beats Florida State tonight, it will enter a three-way tie for the No. 6 spot. If the Hurricanes lose, they'll fall into a tie with Clemson for the No. 9 spot.
--Clemson currently owns the tiebreaker with Florida State for the No. 9 seed by virtue of its win over Syracuse. The Seminoles play Miami tonight with a chance to even their league record and move to within a half-game of sixth place.
|7:00 PM||#2 Virginia at Wake Forest|
|9:00 PM||#4 Duke at Virginia Tech||
|9:00 PM||Florida St at Miami (FL)|