ACC Morning Linkfest 12/3 -

ACC Morning Linkfest 12/3

by WebMaster

Posted: 12/3/2012 7:26:29 AM

First, an addition to the right side of the almost daily Morning Linkfest has been completed so injuries can be tracked a little better.  I'll be maintaining this one pretty much manually, so if you see something that needs to be added, updated, or removed let me know.

On Sunday, the ACC won the two more difficult games it played and lost the one that should have been a blowout.  Clemson, still without Milton Jennings, defeated in-state rival South Carolina 64-55 and Maryland took care of George Mason 69-62 in the BB&T Classic.  The ACC's black eye of the weekend came courtesy Mercer beating FSU 61-56.  Mercer was ranked #112 in the Pomeroy rankings, prior to the the win over the Seminoles.  The bad news for FSU is that it won't get any easier as they will take on #2 (Pomeroy) Florida on Wednesday.

No games tonight, enjoy the highlights.

Clemson/South Carolina Highlights


 Team Conf Pct Overall Pct
 Duke  0-0  1.000  8-0  1.000
 Virginia Tech  0-0  1.000  7-0  1.000
 Maryland  0-0  1.000  6-1  0.857
 Miami  0-0  1.000  5-1  0.833
 UNC  0-0  1.000  6-2  0.750
 Virginia  0-0  1.000  6-2  0.750
 Clemson  0-0  1.000  5-2  0.714
 NC State  0-0  1.000  4-2  0.667
 Georgia Tech  0-0  1.000  4-2  0.667
 FSU  0-0  1.000  4-3  0.571
 Boston College  0-0  1.000  3-4  0.429
 Wake Forest  0-0  1.000  3-4  0.429

 Injury Report 
Milton Jennings (CL)
Violation of team rules (drug charges)
Marshall Plumlee (DU)
stress fracture in foot
Seth Curry (DU)
stress reachtion in shin
Mfon Udofia (GT)
sprained ankle


Yesterday's Games

 Clemson 64 @ South Carolina 55  Box
 Mercer 61 @ FSU 56  Box
 George Mason 62 @ Maryland 69  Box

Today's Games

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