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Final 1995-96 ACC Standings

                 Conference Games                   All Games
                                  Off    Def                       Off    Def
Team            Won  Lost  Pct.   Avg    Avg      Won Lost  Pct    Avg    Avg
Georgia Tech    13    3   .813    80.7   74.1      24  12  .667    80.2   76.0    
Wake Forest*    12    4   .750    68.9   63.7      26   6  .813    68.9   61.3
North Carolina  10    6   .625    76.1   72.5      21  11  .656    77.6   71.0    
Duke             8    8   .500    74.1   71.8      18  13  .581    75.4   69.8
Maryland         8    8   .500    78.1   79.2      17  13  .566    81.3   76.3    
Clemson          7    9   .438    62.1   67.3      18  11  .621    68.0   63.0    
Virginia         6   10   .375    69.4   73.1      12  15  .444    69.4   68.8
Florida State    5   11   .313    72.3   76.1      13  14  .482    75.3   73.1    
N.C. State       3   13   .188    73.0   77.0      15  16  .484    80.9   74.8    
Combined Record vs. Non-ACC Opposition: 79-27 (.745)
* ACC Tournament Champion   
            

1996 ACC Tournament Results

First Round, March 7 #9 N.C. State 80, #8 Florida State 65 #1 Georgia Tech 88, #9 N.C. State 73 #2 Wake Forest 70, # 7 Virginia 60 #6 Clemson 75, #3 North Carolina 73 Quarterfinals, March 8 #5 Maryland 82, #4 Duke 69 Wake Forest 68, Clemson 60 Semifinals, March 9 Georgia Tech 84, Maryland 79 Finals, March 10 Wake Forest 75, Georgia Tech 74

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