January 23, 2017

Wins and Losses Down the Stretch

We're 15-3 overall, 5-2 ACC. Here's what I've got...

@ ND -- loss

@ Villanova -- loss

VT -- win

@ Syracuse -- win

Louisville -- win

@ VT -- loss

Duke -- loss

@ UNC -- loss

Miami -- win

@ NC State -- win

UNC -- win

Pitt -- win



That puts us at 22-8, 12-6 ACC... and with one hell of a head of steam heading into the postseason.


What do you guys say, in terms of wins and losses down the stretch?


5 comments:

  1. @ ND -- win (think we matchup well and can wear them down)

    @ Villanova -- loss

    VT -- win

    @ Syracuse -- win

    Louisville -- win

    @ VT -- loss

    Duke -- win (couldn't see us losing 3 straight)

    @ UNC -- loss

    Miami -- win

    @ NC State -- win

    UNC -- win

    Pitt -- win

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  2. Yup, 3-5 losses are the likely boundaries. With a minimum of 2 statement wins. The tough thing to figure is between Notre Dame, Villanova and Duke, if you can only have two wins, which do you choose? Is it the two wins in conference? Or is it a win over the #1 team in the land?

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  3. @ ND -- win

    @ Villanova -- win

    VT -- win

    @ Syracuse -- win

    Louisville -- win

    @ VT -- win

    Duke -- win

    @ UNC -- win

    Miami -- win

    @ NC State -- win

    UNC -- win

    Pitt -- win

    Why not?

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    1. Because the law firm of Salt, Roooooooter and Wilkins will be railroaded out of town by the ACC Officials for "foul" breath. That seems to be the reason for most fouls this year, ugh. If the stripes let em play, a deep run as you wish seems more likely, but realistically not probable IMHO.

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  4. Kendall,

    Based on a small sample size of one, I'd recommend you keep your day job instead of planning to make a living placing winning bets with Vegas bookies. Here's to hoping your record goes to 0-2 after Sunday's game with the Wildcats. Go Hoos!!!!!

    How about Ty Jerome tonight? He really came up with three BIG BUCKETS at key moments during the second half. IMO he played with a lot of confidence against the Irish. Of course London was AWESOME, as is becoming his custom in big games. He's taking over, much like Malcolm did his last year.

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