Men's ACC Championship Game Set: Duke vs. Virginia

GREENSBORO, N.C.-- Sunday afternoon under cloudy skies, the final two teams in the ACC men's tournament will play for bragging rights of being the 2014 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) champions.

Those teams are: regular season champs University of Virginia Cavaliers and the Duke Blue Devils.

But first thing's first, the road to the championship game started at 1:00 p.m. Saturday at the Greensboro Coliseum. The final four teams Pitt, Virginia, NC State and Duke left it all on the court .

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Game 1: At 1:00 p.m., #5 seed Pittsburgh will try to defeat #1 seed and regular season ACC champions Virginia.

Virginia beats Pitt to move on to ACC Conference Championship

Game 2: Scheduled to start at 3:30 p.m. it will be #7 NC State, who upset #2 seed Syracuse Friday night, taking on #3 seed Duke who beat Clemson in yesterday's late game.

Duke sends NC State packing. Duke wins 75-67

Check out slideshows and other tournament related stories

Tournament Resources

Download: 2014 ACC Men's Basketball Tournament Bracket

Full Coverage: ACC Tournament Stories

Updates: WFMY News 2 Sports Page

Bouncing to final four: ACC Tournament Recap

Day 1 (First round): Wednesday, March 12

#12 Wake Forest beats #13 Notre Dame

#9 Florida State beats #8 Maryland

#11 Georgia Tech beats #14 Boston College

Day 2 (Second Round): Thursday, March 13

#12 Wake Forest falls to #5 Pittsburgh

#7 NC State Tops #10 Miami

#6 Clemson beats #11 Georgia Tech

Day 3 (Third round) Friday, March 14

#1 Virginia bounces #9 Florida State

#5 Pitt beats #4 UNC

#7 NC State sends #2 Syracuse packing

#3 Duke escapes #6 Clemson


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