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(10-25-2009 05:12 PM)rodtheman Wrote:  the acc expansion did not really help football, and in fact hurt basketball. Right now, i would consider the whole conference in decline. one or two teams strong at the top, and the balance quite poor.
What ECU's record against the ACC?
11-01-2009 05:12 PM
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The ACC expand again? Lets see BC, VT, and Miami? How'd that do for you guys anyways? Long run, the Big East has won. maybe not so much in football but in basketball who do people think of? The SEC and the Big East. The Big East has some of the best teams in the nation in WVU, UCONN, and Syracuse. Also, PITT, and Villanova are great too!! The ACC can claim all they want to bout being the best all around b-ball conference but maybe you should take a better look in the mirror.
05-19-2010 07:39 PM
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(05-19-2010 07:39 PM)thecomet89 Wrote:  The ACC expand again? Lets see BC, VT, and Miami? How'd that do for you guys anyways? Long run, the Big East has won. maybe not so much in football but in basketball who do people think of? The SEC and the Big East. The Big East has some of the best teams in the nation in WVU, UCONN, and Syracuse. Also, PITT, and Villanova are great too!! The ACC can claim all they want to bout being the best all around b-ball conference but maybe you should take a better look in the mirror.

other than Kentucky and maybe Florida, what other SEC team is really thought of a basketball school?
05-21-2010 10:17 AM
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(05-19-2010 07:39 PM)thecomet89 Wrote:  The ACC expand again? Lets see BC, VT, and Miami? How'd that do for you guys anyways? Long run, the Big East has won. maybe not so much in football but in basketball who do people think of? The SEC and the Big East. The Big East has some of the best teams in the nation in WVU, UCONN, and Syracuse. Also, PITT, and Villanova are great too!! The ACC can claim all they want to bout being the best all around b-ball conference but maybe you should take a better look in the mirror.

other than Kentucky and maybe Florida, what other SEC team is really thought of a basketball school?
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