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Posted at 10:54 AM ET, 02/ 2/2011

NCAA tournament 2011: Most ACC teams are in the 'C-minus' range, says guru

By Eric Prisbell

Some links to check out today:

Will Maryland fans behave at Comcast Center?

Most ACC teams are in the 'C-minus' range, Jerry Palm tells J.P. Giglio.

What happens when/if N.C. State misses another NCAA tournament?

Luke Winn unveils the "Magic Eight" for 2011.

Back to Big East play, can St. John's find consistency?

What do you make of Kentucky?


By Eric Prisbell  | February 2, 2011; 10:54 AM ET
 
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Comments

RPI isn't very useful...except to the people who make money off of it.

Posted by: BrokenClipboard | February 2, 2011 2:13 PM | Report abuse

VT better win some of these, or they'll be another 'near miss' this year.

Posted by: postfan1 | February 2, 2011 2:21 PM | Report abuse

I agree with Palm about the weaker ACC this season. Not sure how I'd rate every team but - as a fan of the league my entire life - I've never been less interested in conference match-ups. As a kid I remember watching games such as NC St-GT as a neutral and loving them. Now you couldn't pay me to watch them. Other than MD, I might not watch an entire ACC game all the way through this season.

Posted by: Kev29 | February 2, 2011 3:35 PM | Report abuse

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