DURHAM, NC - JANUARY 07: Grayson Allen #3 of the Duke Blue Devils loses the ball as he drives between Ky Bowman #0 and Jerome Robinson #1 of the Boston College Eagles during the game at Cameron Indoor Stadium on January 7, 2017 in Durham, North Carolina. (Photo by Grant Halverson/Getty Images)

Despite another tripping incident, Grayson Allen won't be punished by ACC

Come on, ACC!

Grayson Allen appeared to get away with another trip on a Boston College player Saturday. However, the tape has been deemed inconclusive by the ACC offices and nothing will be done about it. According to ESPN, league officials looked at the Allen play (left leg extended back against Boston College's Connar Tava) in the first half Saturday and "there is nothing conclusive that can be determined.'' No call was made during the game, so no further action needed/warranted.

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Allen was already stripped of his captaincy already during his one-game indefinite suspension and will have to earn it back over the course of the season. Duke next plays at Florida State on Tuesday night so we will see if the tripping continues.

[h/t ESPN]