Who was MVP in 1991 despite team not winning?

Today’s question: Which Atlantic Coast Conference point guard pulled off the rare feat of being named the Final Four MVP, while playing for the national runner-up in 1991?

Yesterday’s question and answer: Quite possibly the most famous playoff in the history of the Masters occurred in 1987. After Severiano Ballesteros bogeyed the first playoff hole, two men carried on to the 11th. What Augusta native sunk a shot from 140 feet out on the fairway on his way to the green jacket? The answer is Larry Mize: Mize’s birdie from the fairway put him on the brink of the title.