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Monthly Archive: January 2013

Jan
17
2013

Top 5 Dunks in the ACC so far this year.

I hear there is a story about a Notre Dame football and a fake girlfriend. I still haven’t decided if I’m going to write an article about it. I may wait until a few more details come out… There’s also the story of the ACC looking into a network, I have some thoughts on. In …

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Jan
15
2013

Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Basketball – Power Poll – January 15, 2013

Good evening and Happy New Year, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Men’s Basketball Fans!!! We’re three games into the ACC conference season for all of the teams – and it’s time for our 2nd ACC hoops power poll – the power poll has a very Raleigh/Durham/Chapel Hill look to it because Triangle hoops is playing well!! …

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Jan
14
2013

ACC Bubble Analysis for January 14, 2013

There’s good news and bad news in this week’s ACC Bubble Analysis. The ACC solidifying itself at the top, but for the first time I can only justify 4 ACC teams getting into the Big Dance if selections were made today. Here’s how it breaksdown. In my ranking system, any RPI top (100) win is a …

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Jan
13
2013

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere January 13, 2013.

We are getting right into the mix of the conference basketball season so let’s see where our ACC bloggers take us. I know I have to check in on the NC State bloggers after the Wolfpack’s huge win over the Duke Blue Devils. To be the man you have to beat the man… says StateFansNation …

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Jan
12
2013

ACC Basketball in 2012-2013: Deeper or Down?

I have frequently heard that that ACC basketball is down this year, but is this really true? I’ve heard comments that Duke and NC State are the only good teams with Duke being the only elite one. While I won’t claim that the ACC is having a vintage year, but I do believe it’s deeper …

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Jan
11
2013

ACC Releases 2013 Conference Football Opponents and Sites, 1-11-13

Another ACC Press Release sent to us by blog contributor @HokieGuru.  A couple of things… Georgia Tech heading to Clemson for the second straight year sounds bad, but the reality this is something Georgia Tech has wanted for years. Previously Georgia, Virginia Tech, Clemson all went to Atlanta in the same year. Doing this allows the …

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Jan
10
2013

ACC Leads NACDA Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Final Fall Standings

Got this from blog contributor @HokieGuru… ACC winning bowl games. ACC with the country’s #1 basketball, and they also lead the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Final Fall Standings. Who says the ACC can’t play a little sports? ACC Leads NACDA Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Final Fall Standings Two conference schools in top five, five schools in …

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Jan
09
2013

Atlantic Coast Conference Men’s Basketball Power Poll – January 9, 2013

          Good evening and Happy New Year, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Men’s Basketball Fans!!! We’re about two games into the conference season for all of the teams – and it’s time for my first ACC hoops power poll!!  Look out below: Duke – Is there any question that the Blue Devils …

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Jan
08
2013

A Final College Football Top 25 for 2012-2013.

I know the final AP and Coaches Polls have been released, but I’m going to give you the correct college football final top 25. Just kidding, only my opinion, but here goes… 1. Alabama (13-1) Even if Notre Dame was overrated, it’s hard to argue this wasn’t the best team in the country after that …

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Jan
07
2013

ACC Bubble Analysis for January 7, 2013

You taking in the National Title game tonight? Looking pretty boring. Here’s a little Bubble analysis because you need to be up on this stuff as college football just came to an end for 2012… Here goes. In my ranking system, any RPI top (100) win is a good win and any RPI top (50) …

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Jan
06
2013

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere January 6, 2013.

It’s our first Around the ACC Blogosphere of the year! So much happened in the past week… It’s was the ACC’s best bowl season in years with marquee wins over the USC Trojans, LSU Tigers, and an Orange Bowl win. Even Louisville’s win over Florida while not officially ACC caught the attention of ACC fans. …

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Jan
06
2013

ACC Final Football Grades for 2012-2013

All the ACC football games are over. It’s time to give a brief review of the season and hand out each ACC team a grade. Clemson Tigers (11-2)  – A Despite losing to arch rival South Carolina for a fourth straight year, the Tigers dominated everyone in the ACC not named Florida State. The Chick …

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Jan
03
2013

Louisville’s Sugar Bowl win unites ACC Fanbases.

Sometimes SEC conference cheerleading by it’s member fans can shall we say be a bit nauseating, but for most the part I have no problem with it. I’ll root for ACC teams out of conference, especially when it has no bearing on my individual teams. ACC fans tend to be somewhat mixed on this practice. …

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Jan
02
2013

A welcome change, the ACC shows up during bowl season.

On their way to going 1-5 this Bowl season as predicted by ESPN’s Mark Schlabach  or 2-4 predicted by ESPN’s Heather Dinich , the ACC did something they haven’t done in a long time during bowl season. They showed up, they played some good defense , and surprised a lot of people in the process. The much maligned conference …

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Jan
01
2013

Common themes in Clemson’s and Georgia Tech’s landmark bowl wins.

Finally got some to sit down and write about what I saw yesterday from Clemson and Georgia Tech in their landmark bowl wins yesterday. In both games I saw similar things from both schools that could bode well for the future. Obviously beating programs like LSU and USC is a nice shot in the arm …

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Jan
01
2013

Pretty awesome day for me to see Georgia Tech and Clemson win.

Anyone that reads this blog or follows me on twitter knows my favorite teams are Georgia Tech and Clemson. Today was one those rare days where both pulled off wins that were for both programs as significant as they’ve had in recent years. Days like this make sports so much fun. Lots of ramifications for both programs …

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