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Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings: ACC Dominating

The latest Division 1 Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup Standings have been released and the ACC continues to dominate, with Syracuse #1 and four schools in the top 10.

Here is a look at the top 10:

  1. Syracuse
  2. Stanford
  3. Virginia
  4. North Carolina
  5. UCLA
  6. Notre Dame
  7. Georgetown (actually, tied for 6th… but screw Georgetown)
  8. Michigan
  9. UConn
  10. Princeton

The other ACC schools with points so far are as follows:

  • Boston College #11
  • Duke #14
  • Florida State #19
  • Clemson #24
  • NC State #29
  • Wake Forest #40
  • Louisville #42
  • Virginia Tech #42

Miami, Pittsburgh, and Georgia Tech are not ranked due to not having points yet.

Congratulations to the ACC schools, especially those in the top 10, for making the ACC look good across a variety of sports so far this year!

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Confidential Correspondents’ Basketball Poll: January 27, 2015

The Confidential routinely polls its correspondents to rank the top ACC basketball teams.  Here is a quick look at the current top 10:

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Confidential Correspondents’ Basketball Poll: January 13, 2015

The Confidential routinely polls its correspondents to rank the top ACC basketball teams.  Here is a quick look at the current top 10:

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Confidential Correspondents’ Basketball Poll: January 5, 2015

The Confidential routinely polls its correspondents to rank the top ACC basketball teams.  The season now turns to 2015 and conference play!  The correspondents agree on the top 10, with the other five schools being shutout.  The correspondents also agree on the top 3.  Here it goes:

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Confidential Correspondents’ Basketball Poll: December 30, 2014

The Confidential routinely polls its correspondents to rank the top ACC basketball teams.  The season is still young, but here is a quick look at the current top 10:

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Confidential Correspondents’ Basketball Poll: December 23, 2014

The Confidential routinely polls its correspondents to rank the top ACC basketball teams.  Here is a quick rundown of how and where we rank the teams:

  1. Duke (10-0).  48 points, 4 first-place votes.  Next game: December 29 v Toledo.
  2. Louisville (10-0).  44 points.  Next game: December 23 v Cal State Northridge.  Yeah, everyone is looking forward to the Kentucky game.  How can you not?
  3. Virginia (11-0).  43 points, 1 first-place vote.  Next game: December 30 v Davidson.
  4. Notre Dame (12-1).  34 points.  Next game: December 30 v Hartford.
  5. Miami (9-3).  29 points.  Next game: December 30 v College of Charleston.  The Hurricanes really need to right the ship after losses to Eastern Kentucky, Wisconsin-Green Bay, and Providence.
  6. North Carolina (8-3).  23 points.  Next game: December 27th v UAB.
  7. North Carolina State (9-3).  20 points.  Next game: December 23rd v Louisiana Tech. 
  8. Georgia Tech (8-2).  12 points.  Next game: December 23rd v Dayton.
  9. Pittsburgh (8-3). 11 points.  Next game: December 23rd v Holy Cross.
  10. Syracuse (7-4).  9 points.  Next game: December 28th v Long Beach State.  The Orange are looking better of late, narrowly losing to Villanova and taking care of business against Colgate.

Others: Boston College 1 pt. Clemson, Virginia Tech, Wake Forest and Florida State did not receive votes.

What do you think–do we have anyone over-ranked or under-ranked?

Confidential Correspondents’ Basketball Poll: December 16, 2014

The Confidential routinely polls its correspondents to rank the top ACC basketball teams.  The season is very young, but here is a quick look at the current top 10:

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Confidential Correspondents’ Basketball Poll: December 5, 2014

The Confidential routinely polls its correspondents to rank the top ACC basketball teams.  The season is very young, but here is a quick look at the current top 10:

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Confidential Bracket Update: March 21, 2014

Here is the top 20 for the Confidential Bracket Contest.

Place…. bracket entry name… round points… projected champion… bonus points… total points

10
26
Florida
8
34
10
26
Virginia
8
34
13
24
Louisville
8
32
13
24
Florida
8
32
13
24
Louisville
8
32
13
24
Syracuse
8
32
13
24
Wisconsin
8
32
18
26
Duke
4
30
18
22
Villanova
8
30
18
22
Virginia
8
30
18
22
N. Carolina
8
30
18
22
Virginia
8
30
18
26
Florida
4
30
18
22
Louisville
8
30
18
26
Wichita St.
4
30

 

 

Based on the participation level, the prize for winning the bracket will be $25.00.

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