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CBB Review: AAC Basketball Season Preview

AAC basketball

In 2019, it looked like AAC basketball was going to have 4 teams dancing. Can it repeat? This conference looked to take the tournament by storm last year. The teams at the top 6 had 20 plus wins. Outside of that, one team had some surprising wins. The AAC basketball tournament was going to be a dog fight for first,

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ACC Awards and Tournament Predictions

A down year for what usually is college basketball’s most dominant conference has provided some interesting storylines thus far. Florida State has quietly crept into being a national powerhouse. UNC, despite having freshman sensation Cole Anthony, finished last in the ACC. And Georgia Tech finished fifth in the league, which is a surprise in its own. The regular season came

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Virginia’s Roadmap to the Field of 68

From ruin to redemption. Tony Bennett’s Cavaliers won the national championship last season after losing to a 16 seed the year before. All is good I’m Charlottesville, right? Maybe. But Virginia finds itself on the bubble for the first time since 2013 and is in danger of not only not repeating as champion, but not hearing its name called on

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B1G/ACC Challenge Preview

The Big Ten faces off with the ACC in the 20th year of the challenge. The ACC currently leads the challenge in yearly wins, holding 12 compared to the Big Ten’s five, which is accompanied by three ties, one of which came last year. The event started with two games yesterday, with each of the two premier conferences winning one.

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ACC 2019-20 Season Preview

The ACC continued to be college basketball’s premier conference last season. The conference dominated the rest of division 1, finishing the regular season with five teams in the top 25. One of the ACC’s biggest selling points last season was the freshman talent. Duke brought in the best freshman class in college basketball history, with three of their five starters

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Previewing the Sweet 16

Sixteen teams remain. Eight games to be played to decide who is elite enough to move on to be one step closer to cut down the nets and take a trip to Minneapolis to play for the National Championship. Seven conferences remain and will battle it out in hopes that their teams can keep the momentum going and break into

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