ACC Nation Podcast
Featuring Will Ojanen, Chris Bond, Xayveon and Jim Quist
In this episode of the ACC Nation Podcast, Will, Xayveon and Jim review the bowl game performances and look at basketball.
- Reality check. The ACC “sucked it” in bowl competition this year.
- Biggest surprise win and why.
- Who really had a chance to win and blew it?
- Which team stunk it up the most?
- Did the ACC take a step back on the football front?
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- ACC Women’s Basketball in the AP Top 25.
- Will makes note that Louisville may be the team to keep an eye on in the conference.
- Chris says the Miami women’s team took the turnover chain to Durham.
- Calling out dubious voting records by those on the Top 25 panels.
- Today’s word – Besmirched.
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- Looking at ranked men’s teams from the ACC.
- Clemson breaks into the poll. Will this be the season the Tigers head to the NCAA Tournament?
- Is Notre Dame’s season over with Bonzie Colson out for 8+/- weeks?
- Interesting Predictions (Courtesy NCAA.com) – Tony Bennett will be ACC Coach of the Year, Miami earns a #3 seed in the NCAA Tournament, Bobby Hurley takes over at Duke when Coach K retires, Clemson makes the NCAA Tournament, Virginia makes the Final Four, North Carolina wins the ACC, Marvin Bagley will be the ACC Player of the Year, Duke will not make the Final Four and Louisville won’t make the NCAA Tournament.
- Final Thoughts
- Chris talks about what to look for in ACC football next season.
- Xayveon reflects on the Cotton Bowl outcome, becoming an uncle and reminds us what Ohio State’s real nickname should be.
- Will on the “interesting predictions”
- Jim – Start the New Year off right by inviting your friends to subscribe to the podcast. Thanks for listening!
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