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How did Carolina make it into the NIT?

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Seriously, how? :driving:

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$$$$$

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$$, indeed.

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Because they're Carolina

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Because you can't spell North Carolina without N, I, and T.

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Ok with me. Gives them a shot at finishing under 500. :)

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State finished below Carolina in the ACC and they made it. Plus they have a good RPI.

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It's the name. They got a tough one tomorrow night against William and Mary. Should be a GREAT match up. I'll be sure to look for it on ESPN deportes 5.

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It's the name. They got a tough one tomorrow night against William and Mary. Should be a GREAT match up. I'll be sure to look for it on ESPN deportes 5.

Second round they'll face Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice

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Well they are better than Stoney Brook

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Well they are better than Stoney Brook

Stony Brook won the America East Regular Season Championship and the new rule in the NIT is that if you win the Regular Season but not the Conference Tourny you get an auto bid to the NIT.

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why wouldnt they? The only requirement is to be .500

They are tied for third most National Championships, 2nd team to 2,000 wins, 3rd most wins of all time, most ACC Regular Season Championships, 2nd most ACC Tournament Championships, tied with most Final Four Appearances, and 3rd most NCAA appearances

Its all about the money, and UNC is a big draw

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