Who will win the ACC Tournament?

 Contenders a plenty at ACC Tournament

The ACC may not boast the No. 1-ranked teamCollege Basketball in the NCAA this season, but that doesn’t mean they’re not still the toughest conference in the country. This weekend, hoops fans looking to bet on college basketball at its best will get the opportunity to do exactly that.

Choosing one of Virginia, Syracuse, Duke or North Carolina, however, is no easy task.

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The 2014 ACC Tournament tips off on Wednesday, March 12th at the Greensboro Coliseum in Greensboro, North Carolina.

ACC Tournament Current Odds to Win:

Duke Blue Devils +150
Virginia Cavaliers +400
Syracuse Orange +450
North Carolina Tar Heels +700
Pittsburgh Panthers +1000
Clemson Tigers +4000
North Carolina State Wolfpack +4000
Florida State Seminoles +4000
Maryland Terrapins +4000
Miami Hurricanes
Field (Any Other Team) +500

In addition to the four top seeds, the ACC Tournament will also feature the likes of Cincinnati and Pittsburgh, a testament to the conference’s depth in the weeks leading up to the NCAA Tournament later this month.

Heading into the 13-team draw for bragging rights, Virginia boasts the No. 1 seed, but it’s Duke with the highest ranking in the AP polls. Led by super freshman Jabari Parker, the No. 4 Blue Devils may well be the team to beat despite their No. 3 seed, but gauging those NCAA odds isn’t so simple.

At this point in the season it’s obvious that all are highly regarded and competent programs capable of not only thriving in the ACC Tournament, but the Big Dance itself.

We think the best chance of winning is Duke, next best being Virginia, then Syracuse, North Carolina, Pittsburgh and Florida State.

That’s just my opinion, Think you know how it will all unfold? Action tips off Wednesday, with a finale slated for Sunday.

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