Clemson is ACC's biggest surprise based on preseason bball predictions

by - 2014-03-10 11:38:06.0
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Clemson outperformed the ACC preseason media prediction more than any other team in the league, and it wasn't even close. Clemson was predicted to finished 14th in the league and ended the season eight spots above that to earn the No. 6 seed in next week's ACC tournament. No other team beat its preseason prediction by more than three spots.

Final 2013-2014 ACC Standings

Team    	    W       L       Pct.    Difference
1. Virginia         16      2       .889    +3
2. Syracuse         14      4       .778    0
3. Duke    	    13      5       .722    -2
4. North Carolina   13      5       .722    -1
5. Pittsburgh       11      7       .611    -1
6. Clemson 	    10      8       .556    +8
7. NC State         9       9       .500    +3
8. Maryland         9       9       .500    -1
9. Florida State    9       9       .500    0
10. Miami   	    7       11      .389    +2
11. Georgia Tech    6       12      .333    0
12. Wake Forest     6       12      .333    +1
13. Notre Dame      6       12      .333    -8
14. Boston College  4       14      .222    -6
15. Virginia Tech   2       16      .111    0

2013-2014 ACC Preseason Standings

Team     		Points
1. Duke (50)       	805
2. Syracuse (3)   	753
3. North Carolina (1)   668
4. Virginia            	612
5. Notre Dame  		608
6. Pitt    		477
7. Maryland        	473
8. Boston College       457
9. Florida State  	334
10. NC State       	332
11. Georgia Tech        311
12. Miami            	224
13. Wake Forest         220
14. Clemson       	141
15. Virginia Tech       65

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