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   Posted by WebMaster at  2/26/2013 6:05:45 AM  |  Follow us on Twitter: @scacchoops
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The big news from Monday was that the ACC released the 2013 football schedule.  You can see the full ACC football schedule here as well as schedules for each ACC team.  I will say it is odd to see Syracuse and Pittsburgh among teams listed in the ACC now, but maybe even stranger to see Maryland still on the football schedule.

The ACC is back in basketball mode tonight as Wake Forest travels to FSU.  The Demon Deacons are coming off of a home win over #2 Miami and hoping to carry some momentum to FSU.  The Deacs should have a chance in this one, especially since FSU is coming off a loss to Virginia Tech on Sunday and have a quick turnaround. 

The good news for FSU is that Terrance Shannon will return to the court this season.

Check out a game sim prediction, preview, links, and more below.

Game Sim Predictions

Wake Forest at FSU - FSU wins 66-62 Sim the game here

 Team Conf Pct Overall Pct
 Miami  13-1  0.929  22-4  0.846
 Duke  11-3  0.786  24-3  0.889
 UNC  9-5  0.643  19-8  0.704
 Virginia  9-5  0.643  19-8  0.704
 NC State  8-6  0.571  19-8  0.704
 Maryland  7-7  0.500  19-8  0.704
 FSU  6-8  0.429  14-13  0.519
 Clemson  5-9  0.357  13-13  0.500
 Wake Forest  5-9  0.357  12-14  0.462
 Georgia Tech  4-10  0.286  14-12  0.538
 Boston College  4-10  0.286  12-15  0.444
 Virginia Tech  3-11  0.214  12-15  0.444

 Injury Report 
Ryan Kelly (DU)
reinjured right foot
Jason Morris (GT)
plantar fasciitis - Feb return
John Auslander (MD)
left tibia fracture - out for season
Joel James (NC)
concussion

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 9:00:00 PM  Wake Forest @ FSU  ESPNU  Preview

 

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