Now is as good a time as any to unveil our ACC preseason position rankings. Today, we rank the front seven.
2016 ScheduleAll times ET
- 11/15L 75-71
- 11/21L 71-69
- 11/27W 65-53
- 11/28L 62-60
- 11/29L 79-66
- 12/319W 85-78
- 12/5W 75-42
- 12/108L 72-54
- 12/13W 70-61
- 12/15W 94-52
- 12/18W 76-54
- 12/20W 71-67
- 12/28W 88-66
- 1/115W 79-69
- 1/3W 78-65
- 1/7W 56-45
- 1/1018W 65-48
- 1/14W 59-41
- 1/17W 92-90
- 1/25W 71-53
- 1/28W 75-33
- 1/31W 78-54
- 2/4W 78-60
- 2/73L 66-61
- 2/11W 84-61
- 2/1519W 67-50
- 2/18W 74-59
- 2/21W 55-45
- 2/2517W 79-51
- 2/28W 65-36
- 3/4W 60-50
- 3/517L 80-75
- 3/1814W 87-60
- 3/206L 73-72
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Four-star point guard Darius Perry brings a versatile game that should fit in well for Rick Pitino's Louisville Cardinals.
James Ramsey came under increasing fire at Louisville, with some of the trouble rooted in allegations that a former men's basketball staffer paid women to strip and have sex with players.
There are several ACC players with the potential to rush for 1,000 yards. Here is a look at those who could hit that mark.
Taja Cole, a guard who started six games as a freshman at Louisville last season following a celebrated high school career, is transferring to Georgia.
With spring practice in the rear-view mirror, we continue to look at each ACC team by position. Here is a look at the defensive backs.
UConn lost three key players, but the Huskies remain a No. 1 seed -- along with Louisville, Notre Dame and South Carolina -- in Charlie Creme's 64-team projection.
Freshman Taja Cole, who averaged 15.2 minutes per game for Louisville in 2015-16, announced she is leaving the program.
A big-time game from Jessica January -- and the poise to hold on tight down the stretch -- helped lift DePaul into the Sweet 16.
Don't tell Doug Bruno that DePaul plays like Steph Curry and the Warriors. "Golden State plays like us," said the coach, whose Blue Demons beat Louisville in the most consequential upset so far.
Jessica January scored 18 of her season-high 25 points in the first half and No. 6 seed DePaul held off third-seeded Louisville 73-72 on Sunday's second round of the women's NCAA tournament.
While Louisville's Myisha Hines-Allen keyed a crucial run in the Cardinals' opening-round victory, DePaul's defense shut down James Madison's Jazmon Gwathmey to advance.
Myisha Hines-Allen scored 25 points to help third-seeded Louisville overcome a slow start and top Central Arkansas 87-60 Friday in the opening round of the women's NCAA tournament.
Top-seeded Baylor might have to overcome a handful of giant killers -- including ever-familiar Louisville -- and some under-the-radar players and teams to book a return trip to the Sweet 16.
Louisville coach Jeff Walz is doing whatever he can to help the third-seeded Cardinals draw a huge crowd for their opening-round NCAA Tournament game Friday afternoon against Central Arkansas.
While Notre Dame cruised into yet another ACC final, Syracuse advanced to its first championship game in 28 years. The Orange might be new, but they're not content after upsetting Louisville.
Cornelia Fondren matched her career high of 18 points and hit two critical free throws with 18.1 seconds left to help No. 17 Syracuse beat No. 7 Louisville 80-75 in the semifinals Saturday at the
Friday's results provided some significant seed shifting, especially among the top 16 teams. Could Saturday do the same? Here are the games that could have the most impact on bracketology.
Myisha Hines-Allen had 22 points and 13 rebounds to help No. 7 Louisville beat Georgia Tech 60-50 in Friday's quarterfinals at the Atlantic Coast Conference Tournament.
Last year's freshman class had no trouble stealing headlines, but the group is even deeper than we first thought. Graham Hays takes a look at 10 players who had breakout seasons as sophomores.