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Topic - Acc Tournament
Maryland junior Evan Smotrycz was forced to sit out Thursday's ACC tournament loss to Florida State, plagued by back spasms.
Win or go home begins now for Maryland. The Terrapins open ACC tournament play at noon on Thursday against Florida State. Preview it here.
Maryland forward Charles Mitchell was injured midway through the second half of the team's ACC tournament matchup vs. Florida State on Thursday.
The foundation of Pittsburgh's NCAA tournament resume has been its lack of bad losses.
Gary Williams and other Maryland greats reminisce as the Terps enter their final ACC tournament.
Late in the first half of Georgia Tech's ACC tournament matchup against Boston College, the lights went out. Take a look at photos here.
Jim Larranaga was in the Miami locker room before a game during this regular season, talking about the importance of defense, when he decided words were not going to be enough to illustrate his point.
The former George Mason coach has taken charge of what not long ago looked like a wayward Hurricane program, leading Miami to the Atlantic Coast Conference championship, a 27-6 record and a No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament.