11 ACC teams and Notre Dame were selected for bowl games.
The number of selections matches the total from 2013, when the ACC became the first-ever conference to place 11 teams in bowl games. -theACC.com
Here is the ACC lineup
Rose: (3) Florida State vs (2) Oregon
Orange: Georgia Tech vs Mississippi
Russell Athletic: Clemson vs Oklahoma
Music City: Notre Dame vs LSU
Belk: Louisville vs. Georgia
Pinstripe: Boston College vs. Penn State
Sun Duke vs. Arizona State – El Paso, TX
Military: Virginia Tech vs Cincinnati
Independence: Miami vs South Carolina
Quick Lane: North Carolina vs Rutgers – Detriot, MI
Bitcoin: NC State vs Central Florida – St. Petersburg, FL
Armed Forces: Pittsburgh vs Houston
There was some shuffling in the bowls that some ACC teams ended up going to, this was because the final committee rankings determine the top bowl matchups.
From BCInterruption.comThe biggest losers in the ACC bowl reshuffle were Louisville, N.C. State and Pittsburgh. Louisville went from a presumed trip to Orlando (RAB? Citrus?) to face a Big 12 or SEC opponent to the decidedly less sexy trip to Charlotte and the Belk Bowl (though against a solid Georgia team). N.C. State similarly tumbled from the “Tier I” set of bowls all the way to the conference’s flex spot in the Bitcoin Bowl vs. UCF, somehow bypassing three bowls in the conference’s “Tier II” in the process. Finally, poor Pitt was relegated to the Armed Forces Bowl vs. Houston — the second straight year the Panthers land in a replacement bowl slot against a team playing without their head coach.
I dont know all the ins and outs of the bowl Tiers, maybe one you all are more knowledgeable about it. Basically the Big 10 gained and got the Citrus slot over an ACC team, and Notre Dame jumped up and took a spot in the Music City Bowl, while NC State tumbled to a lower tier bowl in St. Petersburg.