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There's no denying the Atlantic Coast Conference has been the NCAA's most competitive men's college basketball conference in the 2018-19 season. And with Tuesday's ACC Tournament seeding and matchups set, the country's toughest conference is ready to duke it out in Charlotte.
With March Madness just weeks away, the ACC has a shot to send up to nine teams
2019 ACC Tournament Bracket
The bracket is set for the 2019 ACC Tournament.— FSU Hoops (@FSUHoops) March 10, 2019
We will open play on Thursday at 2:30pm. pic.twitter.com/jxMRHkSGoz
Virginia heads into this year's tournament as the No. 1 seed, with
Who Won the 2018 ACC Tournament?
This is the second consecutive year UVA heads into the ACC Tournament as the No. 1 seed after the Cavaliers defeated UNC to win the 2018 ACC Tournament final. Virginia has earned the No. 1 seed in this tournament three times over the last five season and won it 2-of-3 years as the top dog (2014, 2018).
Coach K expects Zion Williamson to return for the ACC tournament pic.twitter.com/8WZ9mTs8a1— Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) March 10, 2019
Who is Going to Win the ACC Tournament?
With such a stacked tournament from top to bottom, it's hard to predict which team is going to come out on top this year. However, some seeding patterns have emerged over the last five seasons. No. 2 seeds have made just one ACC Tournament final in the last five years, with No. 2 Virginia losing to No. 1 UNC in 2016.
Latest #NCAAM 2018-19 National Championship Odds via @FDSportsbook— The Duel (@TheDuelSports) March 10, 2019
Michigan State +1600
Texas Tech +2100
Virginia Tech +2400
Who Has the Best Odds to Win the NCAA Tournament from the ACC?
The 2019 ACC Tournament also features the betting favorite (Duke, +230) to win this year's NCAA Tournament, according to FanDuel Sportsbook. Virginia (+800) boasts the third-best odds to win it all, while North Carolina (+1400) isn't far behind the Cavaliers with the fifth-best odds,
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