The ACC Tournament kicked off Tuesday, ending the seasons of Florida State, Notre Dame and, to the deep relief of some in northern Kentucky, Louisville. 12 teams remain to vie for the crowd, with 8 ACC programs in action Wednesday for Round 2 action.

The conference is down this year, but there do seem to be some clear favorites at the top of the pack. Miami, Duke and Virginia seem to have the best shots, though if history has been any indicator, seeding may not matter. After all, 7-seed Virginia Tech shocked the conference and won it all last year.

Below, you can find the bracket for the tournament, though it is important to note Georgia Tech downed Florida State, Boston College beat Louisville and Virginia Tech sent Notre Dame packing Tuesday afternoon.

Four games are on the schedule for March 8 in Round 2 action. You can find each listed below, with times and TV info, all times eastern. Also included will be the entire tournament schedule, ranging from Round 1’s results all the way to Championship Saturday.

Tuesday, March 7

  • Game 1: Georgia Tech 61, Florida State 60
  • Game 2:  Boston College 80, Louisville 62
  • Game 3: Virginia Tech 67, Notre Dame 64

Wednesday, March 8

  • Game 4: Syracuse vs Wake Forest, Noon on ESPN
  • Game 5: Pitt vs. Georgia Tech, 2:30 p.m. on ESPN
  • Game 6: North Carolina vs. Boston College, 7:00 p.m. on ESPN2
  • Game 7: NC State vs. Virginia Tech, 9:30 p.m. on ESPN2

Thursday, March 9

  • Game 8: Miami vs. Game 4 winner (Noon, ESPN)
  • Game 9: Duke vs. Game 5 winner (2:30 p.m., ESPN)
  • Game 10: Virginia vs. Game 6 winner (7 p.m., ESPN2)
  • Game 11: Clemson vs. Game 7 winner (9:30 p.m., ESPN2)

Friday, March 10

  • Game 12: Game 8 winner vs. Game 9 winner (7 p.m. on ESPN)
  • Game 13: Game 10 winner vs. Game 11 winner (9: 30 p.m. on ESPN)

Saturday, March 11

ACC Championship: Game 12 winner vs. Game 13 winner (8:30 p.m. on ESPN)

If you’re looking for a dark horse pick, North Carolina or NC State may be good options based on how the bracket shapes out. Clemson and Virginia’s side of the bracket is much more favorable than Miami/Duke, and it’s not crazy to think either can knock off their respective higher seeds in the quarterfinal round Thursday.

The tough team to beat is going to be Miami, though Duke has surged to finish the season winning 6 straight heading into the tournament. Who’s your pick?