Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere 3/26 - SCACCHoops.com

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere 3/26

by All Sports Discussion

Posted: 3/26/2012 9:27:21 PM


The college basketball season is over for the ACC. Some ACC bloggers take a look back at the basketball season and some have already moved on to other things. Let’s get right to what our bloggers are saying.

TarHeelFanBlog gives love to a UNC team that made it to the Elite 8 despite multiple injuries. When the Tar Heels lost by 33 at Florida State, I didn’t think UNC had any heart. After watching the Tar Heels battle from Henson’s injury at the ACCT to their Elite 8 run, you can bet they do.

Wolfpack blog BackingthePack feels optimistic about N.C. State’s basketball future, and why not after that stirring Sweet 16 run. Mark Gottfried did a wonderful job this season in Raleigh.

DukeSportsBlog wrote an interesting article on a worst case scenario for Duke basketball next year. Uh oh Austin Rivers just turned pro. That’s the first domino in the scenario.

We haven’t heard from the guys at Georgia Tech in awhile. FromTheRumbleSeat does a 2012 performance review of AD Dan Radakovich.

TestudoTimes takes a look back at Maryland’s basketball season starting with the Terp’s most productive player Terrell Stoglin. Stoglin is a first team All-ACC talent, but could be a frustrating player at time for Maryland fans.

I don’t claim to know much about hockey, but hats off to Boston College for making the Frozen Four. BC Blogger BCInterruption has the story covered.

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