The ACC announced its bracket Saturday night.
Virginia plays its opener Thursday against the winner between eighth-seeded Clemson and ninth-seeded Florida State. Second-seeded Duke will face either seventh-seeded North Carolina State or 10th-seeded Pittsburgh.
Fifth-seeded North Carolina plays the Boston College-Georgia Tech winner on Wednesday with that winner facing Louisville - which clinched the No. 4 seed by beating Virginia on Saturday.
Sixth-seeded Miami draws the Wake Forest-Virginia Tech winner - and that winner faces third-seeded Notre Dame.
The championship is Saturday night.