The Greensboro fun begins on Tuesday with a pair of opening round games, but it won't get going for fourth-seeded Louisville until Thursday, when the Cards will face either North Carolina, Boston College or Georgia Tech at 2 p.m.
Despite losing at the Yum Center on Saturday, regular season champion (not recognizing one is stupid, so I'm going to keep referring to them like this) Virginia is the tournament's No. 1 seed, and could get a rematch with the Cardinals in Friday night's first semifinal. No. 2 seed Duke and No. 3 seed Notre Dame own the tournament's other two double byes into the quarterfinals.
The ACC has held a tournament every single season since its inception in 1954. This season will be the 29th time the tournament has been held at the Greensboro Coliseum, easily the event's most frequent host. Duke has won the tournament 19 times, North Carolina 17 times, and NC State times. No other program in the ACC has more than four tournament titles.
Here's your complete bracket for the 2015 ACC Tournament: