The expanded 18-game ACC schedule kicks off in 10 days.
North Carolina has an important game with UNLV and N.C. State gets a potential RPI-helper in Western Michigan on Saturday, but it's fairly safe to gauge how the 12 ACC teams did outside of league play.
Duke and N.C. State are in the top 10 of the RPI and the ACC could get another four or five teams in the NCAA tournament.
There have been some surprises (hello, Virginia Tech and Georgia Tech) and some disappointments (really, FSU and Clemson?). A breakdown of all 12 teams (in order of RPI ranking, according to Jerry Palm at CBS Sports):