Current ACC Basketball Conference Win Odds:
|Duke Blue Devils||+225||+225|
|Florida State Seminoles||+300||+300|
|North Carolina Tar Heels||+650||+650|
|Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets||+3200||+3200|
|Notre Dame Fighting Irish||+4000||+4000|
|NC State Wolfpack||+8000||+8000|
|Virginia Tech Hokies||+10000||+10000|
|Boston College Eagles||+30000||+30000|
|Wake Forest Demon Deacons||+50000||+50000|
- North Carolina leads the ACC with 6 national championships.
- Duke, Louisville, and NC State are the only other ACC teams with multiple championships.
ACC Conference History:
The Atlantic Coast Conference, or ACC, was established in 1953 and is one of the top conferences in NCAA Division 1 basketball. Perhaps Duke and North Carolina are the two most well-known teams in the conference. The Tar Heels have won the regular season championship a whopping 32 times while adding 18 ACC Tournament Championships and six NCAA Championships.
Those six NCAA Championships gives North Carolina the third-most NCAA championships behind Kentucky’s eight and UCLA’s 11. The Blue Devils have won the regular season race 19 times while claiming 21 ACC tournament championships. Duke has a total of five NCAA Championship titles which ties them with Indiana for the fourth-most NCAA tournament titles.
Virginia, Duke, and Florida State are the forerunners in the conference in 2021 and bookmakers have all three teams listed in their top-10 NCAA tournament favorites. ACC teams have combined for the most NCAA tournament championships with 17. The conference has won three of the past five NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournaments including Virginia in 2019. North Carolina took the honors in 2017 while Duke did it in 2015.
Win Count All-Time in the ACC Tournament