ACC Tournament 2013: Live-blog for semifinal matchups

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Let's get ready to live-blog. Ben Swain is back again to usher your through the semifinals of the ACC Tournament.

We're back for another day of ACC Tournament live-blogging. Ben Swain, our humble live-blogger, is caffeinated, alive and well, returning live from the semifinal round of the ACC Tournament.

On tap today, Miami and North Carolina State battle in the first semifinal. Miami comes into the game as the No. 1 seed and took down Boston College on Friday to make it to the Final Four. North Carolina State took out Virginia Tech on Thursday, then beat Virginia on Friday to earn a semifinal bid.

Later, North Carolina faces Maryland in the second semifinal matchup of the day. Maryland is riding high after beating Duke on Friday in a surprising upset. North Carolina easily handled Florida State, winning by 20, to earn a date with the Terps in the semis.

The action is already underway at Day 3 of the 2013 ACC Tournament, and Ben in live-blogging from the arena. Follow along throughout the day for more on both semifinal matchups.

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