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The Big East had a great year. The ACC, not so much, once the tourny started. Carolina is the King of the Mountain and that alone makes the ACC better.

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The Big East had a great year. The ACC, not so much, once the tourny started. Carolina is the King of the Mountain and that alone makes the ACC better.

Not really. Just makes UNC better.

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Honestly I think the Big East was slightly better than the ACC this year. Only because I think Pittsburgh, UConn, Louisville, and Villanova were all as good as or better than the ACC's second best team. But the only one of those teams that I think would have stayed within 10 points of UNC is UConn.

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Proof is in the pudding Squirrel. Final game - no BE? So it could be argued that they were 3rd this year. Now I don't believe it, but it could be argued. Frankly, I'm tired of every year the pundits are touting a conference other than the ACC and every year, they prove they're pertinent. Sometime it should end... This was the first year I can remember that only one ACC team got as far, so there is a pass this year, but still...

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Big East finally has a run of a couple of years where they have some good teams and all the sudden fans come from nowhere. The ACC has a STANDARD of excellence...the Big East is making strides, not quite there yet tho. However, no doubt they were the better Conference this year and maybe a case for last year as well.

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