An ACC Tournament Bracket
Who would win an ACC tournament in football? Start it next week, invite all 12 teams. Play it in a neutral site conducive to everyone. Oh, say, Tempe. And we’ll stay four weekends to watch it play out. I started thinking about this because NC State might be the hottest team in the league right now. Three straight wins and nearly a fourth straight on Oct. 25 at Maryland.
I ranked all the teams No. 1 through 12 based on computer ratings in Kenneth Massey’s ratings, which are used in the BCS formula. Then I simply seeded the teams 1 through 12. I list the seed along with the Massey Rating in parenthesis.
Game 1: No. 8 Clemson (31) vs. No. 9 Maryland (32)
Game 2: No. 5 Virginia Tech (25) vs. No. 12 Duke (52)
Game 3: No. 6 North Carolina (26) vs. No. 11 North Carolina State (42)
Game 4: No. 7 Wake Forest (30) vs. No. 10 Virginia (39)
No. 1 Florida State (16) vs. Game 1 Winner
No. 4 Miami (22) vs. Game 2 Winner
No. 3 Boston College (19) vs. Game 3 Winner
No. 2 Georgia Tech (18) vs. Game 4 Winner
I have the Wolfpack edging Georgia Tech to make the final against Florida State. Should I do double elimination? We can all stay in Tempe for six weeks.
Seriously, though, who would win an ACC tournament staged right now? Your money would be on whom?
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