ACC Baseball Tournament 2012: Georgia Tech, Clemson, North Carolina And NC State All In Contention

With No.1 seed and favorite Florida State out of contention for the ACC baseball tournament championship, the postseason title is up for grabs on Saturday when Georgia Tech takes on Clemson and North Carolina goes up against NC State.

The Seminoles were eliminated on Friday after a come-from-behind walk-off victory by Clemson to defeat the regular season champion, and what many believed to be the top college baseball squad in the nation coming into the tournament.

The North Carolina schools are finalists in Pool B and the winner of that match-up will face the winner of Georgia Tech and Clemson, the finalists in Pool A, on Sunday for ACC baseball supremacy.

Georgia Tech and Clemson, both lower seeds with the Yellow Jackets at No. 8 and Clemson at No. 5, each managed to take down the Noles in the tournament to find themselves pitted against each other for a shot at the title.

Read more about the ACC baseball tournament at SB Nation Tampa Bay and our StoryStream here.

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