ACC Basketball Standings And Rankings, Week 15

    ACC basketball standings and rankings heading into Week 15 of the college basketball season.

    February 15, 2016

    After defending its home court and hanging a 13-point road loss on the Florida State Seminoles on Thursday, Syracuse went right back at it on Sunday by picking up a 75-61 win over Boston College.

    Valentine’s Day also saw the Miami Hurricanes narrowly edging out Florida State, 67-65.

    North Carolina dropped an 85-64 defeat on Pitt. That was the second win of the week for the Tar Heels, who were taken to the brink by Boston College on Tuesday but still managed to pick up the 68-65 win.

    Below are the Week 15 ACC basketball standings and power rankings.


    ACC Basketball Standings

    North Carolina – (10-2), (21-4)
    Miami (FL) – (9-3), (20-4)
    Virginia – (9-4), (20-5)
    Notre Dame – (9-4), (18-7)
    Duke – (8-4), (19-6)
    Louisville – (8-4), (19-6)

    Clemson – (8-5), (15-10)
    Syracuse – (8-5), (18-8)
    Pittsburgh – (6-6), (17-7)
    Florida State – (6-7), (16-9)

    Virginia Tech – (5-7), (13-12)
    Georgia Tech – (3-9), (13-12)
    NC State – (3-9), (13-12)
    Wake Forest – (1-12), (10-15)
    Boston College – (0-12), (7-18)


    ACC Basketball Power Rankings

    1. North Carolina – (21-4), RPI: .6382
    2. Virginia – (20-5), RPI: .6523
    3. Miami (FL) – (20-4), RPI: .6366
    4. Louisville – (19-6), RPI: .6039
    5. Notre Dame – (18-7), RPI: .6168
    6. Duke – (19-6), RPI: .6221
    7. Clemson – (15-10), RPI: .5534
    8. Pittsburgh – (17-7), RPI: .5902
    9. Syracuse – (18-8), RPI: .5918
    10. Florida State – (16-9), RPI: .5868
    11. Virginia Tech – (13-12), RPI: .5319
    12. Georgia Tech – (13-12), RPI: .5537
    13. NC State – (13-12), RPI: .5416
    14. Wake Forest – (10-15), RPI: .5361
    15. Boston College – (7-18), RPI: .4835


    MORE: Week 15 Projected AP Top 25 Rankings

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