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My gut tells me 5. Duke, UNC, FSU, UVA are virtual locks, but I think one of Miami or NC State will make it as well. They play each other in Raleigh at the end of the month, so that game may catapult one team over the other.
This post was edited by GimmeTheShimmy 2 years ago
UVA could miss it if they lose out, which is actually possible with games against UNC, FSU, and @Maryland. I think they win at least one of those though.
One of Miami/NC State should make it too. I'll go with 5.
5. I think Miami makes it, but the wuffies don't.
Go away, KA!
"I like fixing broken things" - Kevin Plank
Better chance of 6 teams getting in than 4. Bubble gets weaker every year.
Miami-NCSU game coming up is a loser leaves town match. The winner won't necessarily get in, but the loser is definitely out.
Read my writings to nobody in general:
yea I'll go with 5 with Miami and not lolNCSU
lol that 9-7 (most likely) in this year's acc will get you in
Definitely 5. People always underestimate how crappy the bubble is, and they forget that they added 3 extra at-large teams last year too.
Willing to bet that the 5th ACC team in will be involved in one of the "play-in" games.
This post was edited by fearthenoodle 23 months ago
NCSU has a cake ACC schedule. They blew their chance when they let Duke comeback the other night.
6 against wake, Bc, and Gt. incredible how easy their schedule is.
I guess it will be 5 but it really should be 6 if NC State finishes 9-7.
They are better than Miss St., Northwestern, and Xavier which Lunardi have in.
Miss St is terrible! They had a couple early season wins against ranked teams that turned out to be very overrated. All they have done since is compile a 6-8 record in a bad SEC.
Look at all of Xavier's sub-50 RPI losses! How does a 10+ loss A10 team make the tournament after keeping out 19 win Maryland and Virginia Tech teams all decade? They lost to a Hawaii team that makes Georgia Tech look good. Their A10 buddies St. Bonaventure are better.
I hope the ACC is better next year because this "the ACC is weak this year" theme is becoming an annual bias against ACC bubble teams.
This post was edited by LibertyTerp 2 years ago
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