Virginia vs Duke | 2014 ACC Women's Lacrosse Championship Highlights

Virginia advanced to the ACC Championship semifinal with a 7-5 win over Duke. Liz Colgan led the Cavs with 11 saves. UVA will face Maryland on Friday at 1 p.m.


Virginia's Liz Colgan Makes Ridiculous Save vs Duke | ACC Must See Moment

Liz Colgan finished with 11 saves on Thursday against Duke and this was one of the best! Watch Colgan stop Kelci Smesko on the free position!



Five ACC Players To Attend NFL Draft | ACC NOW

Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney releases a statement addressing the FFRF complaint, five ACC football players will be in attendance for the NFL Draft in New York, plus more!


Clemson's K.J. McDaniels Enters 2014 NBA Draft | ACC NOW

K.J. McDaniels is headed to the 2014 NBA Draft! The junior forward averaged 17.1 points, 7.1 rebounds, and 2.8 blocks per game en route to winning ACC Defensive Player of the Year. Host Jeff Fischel shares the details in today's ACC Now.



Louisville: ACC Hoops Matchups

Welcome to the ACC! Louisville fans get a look at the first two years of conference opponents for the Cardinals courtesy of the ACC Digital Network and host Jeff Fischel.


North Carolina: ACC Hoops Matchups

The ACC Digital Network announces North Carolina's conference basketball opponents for each of the next two seasons. What does the future hold for Roy Williams and the Tar Heels? Host Jeff Fischel has the details.



NC State: ACC Hoops Matchups

The ACC Digital Network has a look at the next two seasons worth of conference opponents for Coach Mark Gottfried and the NC State Wolfpack. Jeff Fischel hosts.


Mavericks Coach Rick Carlisle's Days at Virginia | ACC Hidden Gems

Rick Carlisle's Dallas Mavericks just evened up the their playoff series with the Spurs. The ACC Digital Network takes a look back at Carlisle's time in Charlottesville. The Mavs coach stared with the Cavaliers from 1982 through 1984 and was named a co-captain for the 1983-84 season. There are some good moments for Carlisle and some not so good moments in this ACC Hidden Gem.



 

ACC Divisional Tiebreaker

If more than one team in the same division is tied for the best winning percentage in its Conference games then, in order to determine the divisional champion, the procedures listed below will be followed.

A. Two-Team Tie

  1. Head-to-head competition between the two tied teams.
  2. Winning percentage of the tied teams within the division.
  3. Head-to-head competition versus the team within the division with the best overall winning-percentage (divisional and non-divisional), and proceeding though the division. Multiple ties within the division will be broken from first to last using the league’s tie-breaking procedures.
  4. Overall winning percentage versus all common non-divisional opponents.
  5. Combined winning percentage versus all non-divisional opponents.
  6. Winning percentage versus common non-divisional opponents based upon their order of finish (overall conference winning percentage) and proceeding through other common non-divisional opponents based upon their order of finish within the division.
  7. The tied team with the higher ranking in the full Bowl Championship Series Standings following the conclusion of regular season games. If both tied teams are not ranked in the full Bowl Championship Series Standings, the computer ranking portion of the Standings will be used, eliminating the high and the low computer ranking, and averaging the remaining rankings.
  8. The representative shall be chosen by a draw as administered by the Commissioner or Commissioner’s designee.

B. Three (or More) Team Tie

(Three team (or more) tiebreaker procedure will be used to break all ties to identify the Championship game representative. Once a team is eliminated from the tie, the tie-breaking procedures restart for the remaining teams. If the three (or more) team tie can only be reduced to two teams, the two-team tiebreaking procedure will then be applied).

  1. Combined head-to-head winning percentage among the tied teams.
  2. Winning percentage of the tied teams within the division.
  3. Head-to-head competition versus the team within the division with the best overall (divisional and non-divisional) Conference winning percentage, and proceeding through the division. Multiple ties within the division will be broken fi rst to last, using the league’s tie-breaking procedures.
  4. Combined winning percentage versus all common non-divisional opponents.
  5. Combined winning percentage versus all non-divisional opponents.
  6. Winning percentage versus common non-divisional opponents based upon their order of finish (overall conference winning percentage) and proceeding through other common non-divisional opponents based upon their divisional order of finish.
  7. The tied team with the highest ranking in the full Bowl Championship Series Standings following the conclusion of regular season games, unless the second of the tied teams is ranked within five-or-fewer places of the highest ranked tied team. In this case, the two-team tiebreaking procedure shall be applied between the top two ranked tied teams. If all tied teams are not ranked in the full Bowl Championship Series Standings, the computer ranking portion of the Standings will be used, eliminating the high and the low computer ranking, and averaging the remaining rankings.
  8. The representative shall be chosen by a draw as administered by the Commissioner or Commissioner’s designee.

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