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If you’re like us and couldn’t believe your eyes when you saw North Carolina as the No. 14—as in dead last—seed in the ACC Tournament, that reality is upon us. It’s a year full of firsts in the ACC, really.
For the first time ever, Florida State sits atop the league at the end of the regular season, earning the No. 1 seed in Greensboro and the prized double-bye. Neither Duke nor North Carolina is a top-three seed, the first time that has happened as well.
Meanwhile, the first-place Seminoles have second-seeded Louisville and third-seeded Virginia biting at their heels.