Duke has made the impossible possible by become the first ACC tournament champion to win four games in four days. Trailing Notre Dame by six with fewer than 10 minutes to play Duke rallied another brilliant effort to become ACC Champions. The Blue Devils defeated the Fighting Irish 75-69 tonight in the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. This is their first ACC championship win since 2011. This made it the 14th ACC tournament title for Coach K. He officially passed Dean Smith for the most all time in the tournament’s history. Tonight, Duke freshman Jayson Tatum led the way for the Blue Devils with 19 points and eight rebounds. Luke Kennard added 16, Amile Jefferson nabbed 14, and off the bench Grayson Allen scored 10. Players were also honored on the ACC Tournament teams. Kennard and Tatum were named to the First Team and Allen, Jefferson, and freshman Frank Jackson were all Second Team selections. This season was a roller coaster ride for the Blue Devils. They were the preseason No.1 team in the country and they had the preseason “National Player of the Year” in Grayson Allen. The team was hit by a wave of injuries including Coach K who was sidelined with a back injury. Not to mention the constant tripping and technical foul distractions by The Villain Of Durham, I mean Grayson Allen. They even finished the season with eight losses. The Blue Devils pulled it together and finished right where everyone thought they would, as ACC Tournament Champions. Coach K and his team seem like they are in their prime entering into the NCAA tournament. Tomorrow is Selection Sunday and it will be interesting to see if the Blue Devils have put together a good enough resume to receive a No.1 seed. No matter the seed number they get there is no doubt that Duke will be ready to battle any team they face. With a healthy line up and Coach K, the ACC Champions just might be the team to beat this March Madness.