Wednesday, December 7, 2005

ACC Basketball Predictions

Predicted ACC Basketball Standings

Atlantic
Record
Wake Forest11-5
Boston College11-5
NC State10-6
Maryland8-8
Clemson5-11
FSU4-12
Coastal
Duke
13-3
UNC10-6
Miami8-8
Virginia Tech7-9
Georgia Tech6-10
Virginia3-13


7 NCAA Tournament teams (Duke, WF, BC, UNC, NC State, Maryland, Miami)

4 Sweet Sixteen Teams (Duke, WF, BC, NC State)

1 Final Four Team (Duke)

3 NIT Teams (VT, GT, Clemson)

Player of the Year: JJ Reddick, Duke

Coach of the Year: Roy Williams, UNC

Rookie of the Year: Tyler Hansborough, UNC

6 comments:

  1. C'mon you've gotta give my Hokies more credit than that after the Duke game. They were half a second and 47 feet away from upsetting the #1 team in the country! Thats alright though, I think they are gonna surprise a lot of people.

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  2. Your right. I struggled with where to put Maryland, Miami, and VT.

    If you break the ACC up by tiers this is how I see it.

    I. Duke
    II. Wake
    BC
    III.NC State
    UNC
    IV. Maryland
    Miami
    VT
    V. GT
    Clemson
    VI. FSU
    UVA

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  3. I think thats fair. VT was 8-8 last year, I think they'll improve on that this year (including another upset of Duke when they play in Blacksburg ::fingers crossed::)

    I saw Virginia play in person and wasn't impressed with them against a weak opponent, I think they are going to really struggle this year.

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  4. My math may be bad but how does Duke, WF, BC, NC State add up to 3 Sweet Sixteen teams. And I don't think NC State is good enough to make it that far.

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  5. I see how it is.... fix your mistake and then give me no credit. Well I still don't agree about NC State.

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  6. I will give it to you... NC State is a stretch. Beginning to think UNC could make a run though. NC State has been a good tournament team the last few years. Putting money on it I would say three teams in the Sweet 16, but I am a homer so I put four.

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