ACC Basketball Power Poll: Feb. 11


Jerry Ratcliffe and Scott Ratcliffe from JerryRatcliffe.com and Chris Graham, Scott German and Zach Pereles from Augusta Free Press vote in this week’s ACC Basketball Power Poll.

acc basketball power poll feb 11

The Voters



Jerry Ratcliffe
1 Duke
2 UVA
3 UNC
4 Louisville
5 FSU
6 Clemson
7 VT
8 Syracuse
9 NC State
10 Notre Dame
11 GT
12 Miami
13 BC
14 Pitt
15 Wake

Chris Graham
1 Duke
2 UVA
3 UNC
4 Louisville
5 Syracuse
6 Florida State
7 Virginia Tech
8 Clemson
9 NC State
10 Georgia Tech
11 Boston College
12 Pitt
13 Notre Dame
14 Miami
15 Wake Forest

Scott Ratcliffe
1. Duke
2. Virginia
3. UNC
4. Louisville
5. Florida State
6. Virginia Tech
7. Syracuse
8. Clemson
9. NC State
10. Notre Dame
11. Georgia Tech
12. Pittsburgh
13. Boston College
14. Miami
15. Wake Forest

Scott German
1. Duke
2. Virginia
3. UNC
4. Louisville
5. Florida State
6. Clemson
7. Virginia Tech
8. Syracuse
9. NC State
10. Pittsburgh
11. Georgia Tech
12. Miami
13. Boston College
14 Notre Dame
15. Wake Forest

Zach Pereles
1. Duke
2. North Carolina
3. Virginia
4. Syracuse
5. Louisville
6. Florida State
7. Virginia Tech
8. Clemson
9. NC State
10. Boston College
11. Notre Dame
12. Miami
13. Wake Forest
14. Georgia Tech
15. Pitt


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