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The State of the ACC Bubble

The Atlantic Coast Conference is in the midst of its worst year in recent memory. As of now, what used to be college basketball’s premier only has three teams in the top 25, which happen to be the only locks for the tournament as of now. However, the conference can squeeze some more teams into the field. Duke, Florida State,

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#7 Duke holds off #8 Florida State for Statement Win.

The Blue Devils held on and won 70-65 against the Seminoles despite being bodied on the offensive glass and 21 turnovers. Following the Blue Devils comeback victory in an overtime thriller against UNC Saturday, it was understandable that they would have flaws tonight. This matchup turned out to be a nail-biter between the two teams who were looking to take

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Breaking Down the Selection Committee

On Saturday, the Selection Committee released the first early bracket of the season. It revealed some things people agreed on and others that people didn’t. #1 Seeds The Number One seeds consisted of Baylor, Gonzaga, Kansas, and San Diego State University, in that order. Baylor received the overall No. 1 seed and was slotted to go to Houston. The second

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Kamar Baldwin Hits Clutch Three to Lift Butler Over Villanova

Butler narrowly escaped Villanova on Thursday night, defeating the tenth ranked Wildcats, 79-76. Villanova’s Saddiq Bey hit a transition three to tie the game at 76 with 30 seconds to go, but Kamar Butler nailed a three right before time expired to give Butler the win. Villanova started the game hot, hitting three field goals, including a Connor Gillespie three

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NCAA Tournament spreadsheet – Where do teams measure up?

Just over one month remains in the college basketball regular season.  At this point, we normally know which teams are final four contenders and who will most likely be NIT bound.  However, the parity is at an all time high, leaving many experts guessing on where to place certain teams. We try our best to measure teams based on ‘Locks’,

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