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ACC Morning Linkfest 1/17 with Game Sim Predictions

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Game Sim nearly nailed both games last night, predicting a Miami 1 point victory and a Maryland 4 point win.  Of course, it couldn't have predicted the bizarre ends of either game.  NC State loses on a airball from Pe'Shon Howard that finds its way into Alex Len who drops it in at the buzzer.  Boston College is called for a bogus offensive foul only to have Olivier Hanlan get fouled shooting a 3 with time expired.  Hanlan made the first two (using every bit of the rim) but failed to make the third.  While it wasn't pretty, it was an exciting night of ACC basketball.

Check out the links below for recaps on both games.

Tonight, Duke hosts Georgia Tech, and the Blue Devils are the more talented team.  It will be interesting to see how Duke continues to transition without Ryan Kelly.  Does Duke start Amile Jefferson tonight?  The Yellow Jackets are young and that isn't usually something that is helpful in Cameron. Check out game sim's prediction and the game preview below.

Game Sim Predictions

Georgia Tech at Duke - Duke wins 71-62 Sim the game here

Maryland/NC State Highlights

Miami/Boston College Highlights

 Team Conf Pct Overall Pct
 Miami  4-0  1.000  13-3  0.813
 NC State  3-1  0.750  14-3  0.824
 Duke  2-1  0.667  15-1  0.938
 FSU  2-1  0.667  10-6  0.625
 Maryland  2-2  0.500  14-3  0.824
 Clemson  2-2  0.500  10-6  0.625
 Wake Forest  2-2  0.500  9-7  0.563
 Virginia  1-2  0.333  11-5  0.688
 UNC  1-2  0.333  11-5  0.688
 Virginia Tech  1-2  0.333  10-6  0.625
 Boston College  1-3  0.250  9-8  0.529
 Georgia Tech  0-3  0.000  10-5  0.667

 Injury Report 
Ryan Kelly (DU)
reinjured right foot
Jason Morris (GT)
plantar fasciitis - Feb return
John Auslander (MD)
left tibia fracture, out for season
Reggie Johnson (MI)
broken thumb, mid Feb return
Jordan Vandenberg (ST)
Knee
Darion Atkins (VA)
shin splints
Marshall Wood (VT)
broken left foot

Links

Yesterday's Games

Matchup  
 Miami 60 @ Boston College 59  Box
 NC State 50 @ Maryland 51  Box

Today's Games

Time Matchup TV  
 9:00:00 PM  Georgia Tech @ Duke  ESPN  Preview

 

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