Judgment Day: What are the scenarios?

It all comes down to Saturday around the ACC.

The league’s regular-season title is at stake, and four different schools still have a claim to it with one game left to play heading into the ACC Tournament next week in Washington, D.C.

With important wins earlier this week, Miami and North Carolina head into Saturday tied at the top of the league standings at 13-4.

The Hurricanes take the floor first on Saturday, as they’ll take on one of the hottest teams in the league in Virginia Tech at 4 p.m. in Blacksburg’s Cassell Coliseum.

The Hokies have won four straight, including a 65-61 win over Pittsburgh earlier this week, to improve to 9-8 in league play. Buzz Wliliams’ squad has played itself from what appeared to be another losing season into a likely postseason berth — and perhaps even dark-horse NCAA Tournament consideration — if it can beat Miami and make some noise next week in Washington.

It’s a tough matchup for Jim Larranaga’s squad, which has won eight out of nine, but the Canes will prove to be deserving co-champions of the league if they can go into Blacksburg and prevail.

The same could be said of North Carolina, which faces archrival Duke Saturday evening in Cameron Indoor Stadium at 6:30 p.m.