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2016 ACC Tournament bracket, schedule, and TV set: Virginia is the #2 seed

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The 2016 ACC regular season is officially in the books, and the bracket for the ACC Tournament is set. The Tournament will be held in the Verizon Center in Washington, DC from Tuesday, March 8th to Saturday, March 12. North Carolina earned the top seed, winning the ACC regular season with a 14-4 record, while Virginia (13-5) has the tiebreaker over Miami to earn the #2 seed.

All of Virginia's games will take place in primetime, as the Hoos are in line for a 7 PM start on Thursday and 9 PM starts in the semifinals and finals Friday and Saturday, if they make it that far.

FSU, NC State, Wake Forest, and BC will play in two opening-round games on Tuesday. UNC, Virginia, Miami, and Duke all have double byes and will begin in the quarterfinals Thursday.

First Round (Tuesday):
Game 1: #12 NC State vs. #13 Wake Forest (Noon, ESPN2)
Game 2: #11 Florida State vs. #14 Boston College (2:30 PM*, ESPN2)


Second Round (Wednesday):

Game 3: #8 Pittsburgh vs. #9 Syracuse (Noon, ESPN)
Game 4: #5 Duke vs. Game 1 Winner (2:30 PM*, ESPN)
Game 5: #7 Clemson vs. #10 Georgia Tech (7 PM, ESPN2)
Game 6: #6 Virginia Tech vs. Game 2 Winner (9:30 PM*, ESPN2)

Quarterfinals (Thursday):
Game 7: #1 North Carolina vs. Game 3 Winner (Noon, ESPN)
Game 8: #4 Notre Dame vs. Game 4 Winner (2:30 PM*, ESPN)
Game 9: #2 Virginia vs. Game 5 Winner (7 PM, ESPN)
Game 10: #3 Miami vs. Game 6 Winner (9:30 PM*, ESPN)

Semifinals (Friday):
Game 11: Game 7 Winner vs. Game 8 Winner (7 PM, ESPN)
Game 12: Game 9 Winner vs. Game 10 Winner (9:30 PM*, ESPN)

Championship (Saturday)
Game 13: Semifinal winners (9 PM, ESPN)

*(Games with a * denotes times are approximate. The second game of each "session" will start 25 minutes after the conclusion of the first).

Here's the full bracket:

2016 ACC Tournament Bracket

All games can be streamed on both WatchESPN or TheACC.com.