ACC Basketball Power Rankings: Clemson rising, Virginia & Wake Forest continue to roll

Clemson rises fast while Virginia and Wake Forest continue to roll along in the latest ACC Men's Basketball Power Rankings.

Feb 6, 2024; Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA; Clemson Tigers center PJ Hall (24) and North Carolina
Feb 6, 2024; Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA; Clemson Tigers center PJ Hall (24) and North Carolina / Bob Donnan-USA TODAY Sports
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. . . 18-5. 9-3 ACC. . 434. . 3. ACC

The Blue Devils bounced-back from losing at North Carolina last week with convincing home wins over Notre Dame and Boston College. Monday night's matchup with Wake Forest is a sneaky good game.

Last week: No. 3

Games this week: Feb. 12 vs. Wake Forest, Feb. 17 at Florida State

446. ACC. 2. 19-5. 10-3 ACC. . . . .

We have reached that point in the season where it's "I wouldn't want to play a Tony Bennett team in March'' point. It's not always pretty, but it gets the job done and I agree, the Cavaliers are peaking at the right time and can be a very dangerous team come March. They were a Miami win over UNC away on Saturday from sliding up to the top spot this week.

Last week: No. 2

Games this week: Feb. 13 vs. Pittsburgh, Feb. 17 vs. Wake Forest

. 1. 441. ACC. . 19-5. . 11-2 ACC. .

After losing to Clemson at home, the Tar Heels rebounded by getting a win at Miami with a strong second half. A loss there would have dropped them behind Virginia, but good teams win games on the road when they need to.

Last week: No. 1

Games this week: Feb. 13 at Syracuse, Feb. 17 vs. Virginia Tech

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