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RE: 2018 ACC Bowls
Those spreads say what the regular season should have made obvious:

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The only reason GT is favored is they fell so far in bowl selection they're playing a 6-6 team out of the B1G West, which is perhaps the only division stinkier than the ACC Coastal. Also Minnesota played a bunch of nobodies OOC. They went 3-6 in the B1G.
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2018 ACC Bowls - ChrisLords - 12-04-2018, 10:48 PM
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