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  1. #61
    Poor old holes. They're so sad! Must be dehydrated from crying, they're fantasizing on icky about Brad Stevens coming to c. hill om when Huck retires.
    Nothing incites bodily violence quicker than a Duke fan turning in your direction and saying 'scoreboard.'

  2. #62
    It felt like Wisconsin shot about 80% from the field. Box score says 50%. Curious.

  3. #63
    Quote Originally Posted by dukelifer View Post
    Couldnít have happened to a better team. ACC is having a bad tourney so far.
    This doesn'tt reflect well on the ACC teams and Duke was beaten by several of today's ACC losers.

  4. #64
    Quote Originally Posted by Saratoga2 View Post
    This doesn'tt reflect well on the ACC teams and Duke was beaten by several of today's ACC losers.
    Exactly. Our inability to close out against team that got waxed doesn't suggest we would have been poised for greatness.

  5. #65
    Quote Originally Posted by Saratoga2 View Post
    This doesn'tt reflect well on the ACC teams and Duke was beaten by several of today's ACC losers.
    Syracuse is doing well. But yes the ACC was down this year. That was pretty obvious.
    dukelifer

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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsumner View Post
    I thought Carolina would just brutalize Wisconsin on the boards. Instead, Wisconsin actually out rebounded Carolina. The Tar Heels rely so much on second-chance points and transition points off defensive boards that when they can't get that going, they just don't have a Plan B.
    Wisconsin held their own inside and their guards did the dirty work fighting for boards too. They hit some tough shots but UNC helped them by sticking to their predictable game plan and getting nothing going outside the paint. A great game to watch!

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    Quote Originally Posted by UrinalCake View Post
    Last three tournaments for UNC

    2021 Wisconsin 85, UNC 62
    2019 Auburn 97, UNC 80
    2018 Texas A&M 86, UNC 65
    Quote Originally Posted by miramar View Post
    If we include the 81-53 loss to Syracuse in the 2020 ACC Tournament, thatís four straight season-ending flameouts.
    Marquette: "We would have fired Roy Williams by now."

  8. #68
    Quote Originally Posted by Saratoga2 View Post
    This doesn'tt reflect well on the ACC teams and Duke was beaten by several of today's ACC losers.
    To be honest I donít care right now. Just glad the Cheaters are out!

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    Clemson in a nailbiter versus Rutgers. Anyone else watching?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Steven43 View Post
    Clemson in a nailbiter versus Rutgers. Anyone else watching?
    I'm watching 'Cuse dismantle the Aztecs

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    Syracuse is straight up balling. Hitting threes from everywhere and has completely shut down SDSU.

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    Quote Originally Posted by weezie View Post
    Fabuloso. Great start to the weekend
    Wish I had watched.Like Zion if Duke ain't in it I ain't interested.

  13. #73
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    Clemson

    That was terrible all the way around.
    Windy City Devil

  14. #74
    Clemson out.

    This is harsh.

  15. #75
    Quote Originally Posted by Mtn.Devil.91.92.01.10.15 View Post
    Clemson out.

    This is harsh.
    Cuse is the ACC shining star so far- a team Duke beat handily - and by the transitive property ...

  16. #76
    Quote Originally Posted by dukelifer View Post
    Cuse is the ACC shining star so far- a team Duke beat handily - and by the transitive property ...
    Yes. A team Duke beat handily. And also the last ACC team to squeak into the field. And the ACCís lowest seed.

  17. #77
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    Quote Originally Posted by jimsumner View Post
    I thought Carolina would just brutalize Wisconsin on the boards. Instead, Wisconsin actually out rebounded Carolina. The Tar Heels rely so much on second-chance points and transition points off defensive boards that when they can't get that going, they just don't have a Plan B.
    there's a reason despite their superior rebounding, UNC is #30KP and wisconsin was top 10. Wisconsin was a huge underseed from a stats perspective, and todays games have largely made the ACC look every bit as poor as supposed...not that purdue or OSU flattered the big 10...but i'll hold the jury out on them given illinois pending the iowa and michigan games tomorrow.
    basketball is back, baby!

  18. #78
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    Quote Originally Posted by uh_no View Post
    there's a reason despite their superior rebounding, UNC is #30KP and wisconsin was top 10. Wisconsin was a huge underseed from a stats perspective, and todays games have largely made the ACC look every bit as poor as supposed...not that purdue or OSU flattered the big 10...but i'll hold the jury out on them given illinois pending the iowa and michigan games tomorrow.
    Big-televen has a long and storied history of underperforming in March. Purdue and Ohio State today are just the latest examples.
    Having said that, the ACC was definitely weaker this year. No question about it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rsvman View Post
    Big-televen has a long and storied history of underperforming in March. Purdue and Ohio State today are just the latest examples.
    Having said that, the ACC was definitely weaker this year. No question about it.
    I really don't subscribe to that kind of thought. they've had enough teams at least reaching the final four to demonstrate they at least have some quality. At that point, getting it done is a bit of a crapshoot. The same could have been said about K before 1991, for instance. jay wright before 2016, tony bennett before 2019, etc. No doubt purdue and osu didn't flatter the big 10, but illinois blew the doors out, and they still have iowa and michigan going tomorrow.
    basketball is back, baby!

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    This is as good a thread as any to compare conference performance in the NCAAT. Only winning teams listed. Play-in games noted in italics.

    After ROUND OF 64, DAY 1

    4-0: Big XII (Baylor, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech, West Virginia)
    2-0: MVC (Loyola-Chicago; Drake won play-in and plays again Saturday)
    2-0: Pac-12 (Oregon State; UCLA won play-in and plays again Saturday)
    1-0: Big East (Villanova)
    1-0: Conference USA (North Texas)
    1-0: MEAC (Norfolk State won play-in and plays again Saturday)
    1-0: Summit (Oral Roberts)
    1-0: SWAC (Texas Southern won play-in and plays again Saturday)

    3-3: Big Ten (Illinois, Rutgers, Wisconsin)
    2-1: SEC (Arkansas, Florida)
    1-1: American (Houston)
    1-4: ACC (Syracuse)

    0-1: American East, Atlantic Sun, Big South, CAA, Horizon, NEC, OVC, Patriot, Sun Belt
    0-2: Mountain West

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