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After Crazy Weekend in the ACC, Who is the Top Dog?

The ACC continues to be the best conference in college basketball this season. This weekend was something special with four of the top six losing and Duke needing a last second shot to beat Wake Forest. There appear to be… Continue Reading

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8 Things We Learned from the ACC/Big Ten Challenge

8. Rutgers still has a long way to go. Tthis is the best Rutgers team in years, but everyone who tuned in Wednesday night and saw Rutgers was 6-0 thought that this was the year of the Scarlet Knight, realized that they aren’t… Continue Reading

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ACC Power Rankings 2-24

Coming down the final stretch and this ACC season has been a great one. North Carolina (11-3, 22-5) Last Week: 1 – An absolute heartbreaking loss at home to Duke by 1 point isn’t enough to knock UNC from the top… Continue Reading

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Top 3 ACC Games of the Week

This is a huge week for ACC basketball. Six teams within 2 games of each other at the top of the standings and a scary Syracuse right behind in 7th. So here are the top 5 games from today to Sunday… Continue Reading

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ACC Power Rankings 2-16

North Carolina (10-2, 21-4) – Big bounce back week for the Tar Heels with wins at BC and against Pitt, although the BC win certainly tested the sanity of UNC’s fan base. The ACC, much like every conference in the NCAA,… Continue Reading

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ACC Power Rankings 2-9-16

Virginia (8-3, 19-4) – Six straight wins after the 3 tough losses to start conference play, including great wins at Louisville and at Pitt, both by double digits. Virginia is playing great basketball right now. They’ll host VT tonight in a big… Continue Reading

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ACC Power Rankings – Conference Week 1

North Carolina (14-2, 3-0) – Not much needs to be said about UNC right now. Brice Johnson just put up a historic game against FSU. His performance made your forget that Marcus Paige was nearly as good on the same night.… Continue Reading

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Under The Radar No More, Cincinnati And Louisville Shine In Brooklyn

Two undefeated and under the radar teams showed well in Brooklyn on Saturday. Not many pundits have mentioned Cincinnati or Louisville as major players in this year’s march to the madness, but both showed – in different ways – that… Continue Reading