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The Big East runs circles around the ACC

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UConn > UNC

Pitt > Duke

Louisville > Wake

Marquette > Clemson

Villanova > Florida State.

It's not even close.

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Wake would beat Louisville like a Red Headed step child.

But they would lose to Depaul. :)

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Wake would beat Louisville like a Red Headed step child.

But they would lose to Depaul. :)

Must be upset after the ass whooping Wake received a few years ago in the Orange Bowl. :D

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Must be upset after the ass whooping Wake received a few years ago in the Orange Bowl. :D

Close game until the 4th qtr actually. :)

But I was commenting on Wake's Jekyl and Hyde play this year. Lost to NCSU and GT, while beating number 1 (at the time) UNC and Duke.

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Close game until the 4th qtr actually. :)

But I was commenting on Wake's Jekyl and Hyde play this year. Lost to NCSU and GT, while beating number 1 (at the time) UNC and Duke.

I was about to say depends on which Wake team showed up

UNC vs. UConn would depend on the speed of the game......quick up and down game Carolina would win, slow half court game Carolina would get destroyed

I think Pitt would beat Duke

Clemson vs. Marquette would be a toss up....I think if you play them 10 times they split 50/50

FSU vs. Nova.....I think Nova wins

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The ACC is better based on the fact that our weak teams are better than your weak teams. The bottom half of the big east is simply pathetic. This makes it easier for the elite teams to look better. The ACC has 7 teams that can come alive and play with anyone in the country. The big east has 5 or maybe 6 despite having 4 more teams in the conference. Coupled with the fact that Big East teams generally don't face each other twice (and yes it does matter) and you end up with the ACC being a better conference top to bottom.

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UConn > UNC

Pitt > Duke

Louisville > Wake

Marquette > Clemson

Villanova > Florida State.

It's not even close.

What are you smoking and can I have some? It's not even close... are you serious? Have you not watched an acc game this year? Take every one of our teams and let us play every one of your teams and I guarantee you our record comes out better.

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I was about to say depends on which Wake team showed up

UNC vs. UConn would depend on the speed of the game......quick up and down game Carolina would win, slow half court game Carolina would get destroyed

I think Pitt would beat Duke

Clemson vs. Marquette would be a toss up....I think if you play them 10 times they split 50/50

FSU vs. Nova.....I think Nova wins

Carolina beat the top defense in the nation by playing a slow, half court game against Duke.

Which really surprised me because all game I was hoping to see more running up and down the court from our team.

I have to say I'd want to see that game before I crowned Uconn's ass. =P

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All I know, is that Louisville don't scare me a bit. Uconn and Pitt would be tough match ups for any ACC team, but by the same token, there are about 5 ACC teams that could give either one of them a run for their money on a good day.

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