1. Virginia 24-2 (13-1)

One-point loss to Virginia Tech mitigated by road wins at FSU, Miami.

2. Clemson 20-4 (9-3)

Tough closing schedule: Duke, Va. Tech, FSU twice.

3. North Carolina 20-7 (9-5)

Luke Maye first Tar Heel with two 30-point, 15-rebound games since Mitch Kupchak in 1976.

4. Duke 20-5 (8-4)

Streak of 20-win seasons reaches 22 in a row.

5. Miami 18-7 (7-6)

Offense, understandably, seems disjointed without Bruce Brown.

6. Virginia Tech 18-7 (7-5)

UVA victory aside, Hokies need to get more physical.

7. N.C. State 16-9 (6-6)

Shot 60 percent, season-high 12 steals in ACC game -- and still lost to Tar Heels.

8. Louisville 18-8 (8-5)

Cards had 23 assists on 34 baskets against Pitt.

9. Florida State 17-8 (6-7)

Seminoles are 1-3 vs. ACC opponents with losing conference records.

10. Boston College 16-10 (6-7)

Jerome Robinson's 75 points in two games best at BC in 50 years.

11. Syracuse 17-8 (6-6)

Orange shooting slightly better, but still offensively challenged.

12. Notre Dame 15-11 (5-8)

Bonzie Colson may begin jogging soon. Might be too late for Irish.

13. Wake Forest 9-16 (2-11)

Have lost three in a row by eight or more points since beating FSU.

14. Georgia Tech 11-14 (4-8)

Injury to point guard Jose Alvarado proves life isn't fair.

15. Pittsburgh 8-19 (0-14)

One national writer called the program "a smoking crater."

(Wednesday games not included)

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