RALEIGH (AP) -- Virginia is suddenly in a good position to take no worse than a share of first place in the regular-season in the Atlantic Coast Conference.
The Cavaliers end the regular season tomorrow in a 1 p.m. game against Wake Forest.
A victory would give Virginia an 12-4 mark, one game ahead of North Carolina, Virginia Tech and Boston College. It would set up a pair of Sunday showdowns to settle the issue.
Number 14 Duke commutes to Chapel Hill to face Number 8 North Carolina with the Tar Heels grasping at a share of the top spot. Clemson is visiting Virginia Tech and Boston College is at Georgia Tech.
The rest of Saturday's schedule has Florida State playing Miami and North Carolina State at Maryland.