Jeff Borzello talked to anonymous coaches about the ACC schools that have the most and fewest recruiting advantages.
- 12/2W 86-58
- 12/9W 69-67
- 12/12W 83-71
- 12/15W 74-61
- 12/19L 86-74
- 12/21W 72-59
- 12/29L 77-67
- 1/13W 105-73
- 1/16W 82-75
- 1/18W 78-65
- 1/2320W 80-61
- 1/27W 81-59
- 1/30L 76-65
- 2/13W 92-85
- 2/157W 81-60
- 2/20W 79-72
- 2/24W 88-71
- 2/27L 78-70
- 3/3W 93-64
- 3/6L 83-73
- 3/12W 69-66
- 3/13L 80-75
- 3/2013W 64-54
- 3/225W 71-53
- 3/281L 76-58
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Comings and goings in the transfer portal have shaken up the Top 25 for next season in a signifiicant way.
- Georgia Tech's Wright named ACC's best player
- Hamilton, Florida St. agree on 5-year extension
- Va. Tech-FSU among 3 ACC games postponed
- No. 20 FSU on pause due to COVID-19 issues
Tennessee and Creighton are among college basketball programs to be bringing in some of the biggest rising prospects for next season.
Gonzaga, Tennessee and Alabama are among the teams to skyrocket up the class rankings after the latest ESPN 100 update.
Gonzaga fell short after an epic run, but should have the returning talent to compete for a national championship again next season.
The 2021 Geico Nationals tournament will feature 10 nationally ranked teams and over 30 ranked prospects.
— Hunter Dickinson scored 14 points and top-seeded Michigan took the inside route to the Elite Eight, pounding away in the paint Sunday for a 76-58 takedown of surprisingly helpless Florida State.
Half of the Elite Eight is set. Our panel discusses who is knocking on the Final Four door and who will survive and advance on Sunday.
The regional semifinals are full of double-digit seeds. How many Cinderellas will remain at the 2021 NCAA tournament ball?
The 2021 ACC Coach Nell Fortner of the year stops by the show to talk about her Yellow-jackets advancing to the Women’s Sweet 16 and having to face the #1 seed South Carolina on Saturday. And Florida State Guard Anthony Polite spends some time with us to talk about his Seminoles making the Sweet 16 as well. Plus Kelly Gramlich gives us her top 3 women’s tournament moments with Arike Ogunbowale’s game winner to give Notre Dame a national championship being her #1 moment.
Florida State Basketball Analyst Adrian Crawford stops by to talk about the Sweet 16 run the Seminoles are on, and preview their matchup Sunday against Michigan. Plus the Lumberjacks give Mark and Dalen some ACC "True Or False" questions, And which program will have more success in the next 5yrs, North Carolina Football or basketball.. We take calls and discuss
Florida State allowed only 53 points as they beat Colorado 71-53 to advance to the sweet 16. They will face the #1 seed Michigan on Sunday. We also preview the sweet 16 matchup between Houston and Syracuse as ESPN BPI gives the Cuse a 19.6% chance of winning. Plus ACCN College Basketball Analyst Monica McNutt who gets us ready for the NCAA Women's tournament action which continues tonight.
Fifty-two teams out, 16 left standing. Here's how we rank them heading into the Sweet 16.
— Anthony Polite scored a career-high 22 points and No. 4 seed Florida State pulled away in the second half to beat Colorado 71-53 Monday night and advance to the Sweet 16 for the third straight NCAA Tournament.
Legendary Florida State play by play announcer Gene Deckerhoff joins the show to talk about tonight’s NCAA Tournament matchup between Florida State & Colorado. We also speak to ACCN CBB Analyst Debbie Antonelli ahead of her calling the Oklahoma/Gonzaga matchup and gives us a breakdown of the #1 seed vs #8.seed. Plus Virginia Tech Center Elizabeth Kitley stops by to talk about getting their first NCAA tournament victory since 2006 beating Marquette 70-63. And of course we look back at this week's "Top Plays" from the ACC.
The first day of the NCAA tournament saw two huge upsets and bad days for the ACC and Big Ten. Day 2 saw Virginia and Texas lose to double-digit seeds.
What started as a field of 68 is down to 32. Here's how we rank the teams that remain heading into Sunday's action.
— Rayquan Gray scored 17 points and No. 4 seed Florida State began what it hopes will be another deep NCAA Tournament run under coach Leonard Hamilton, holding off 13th-seeded UNC Greensboro 64-54 in the East Region on Saturday.