hard to see them getting left out. Pitt is beating GT - that would be good. NCSU might be joining us on the bubble - comparison of us against WF and GT for one of the final spots was more favorable than being compared to NCSU. I think there is still a decent shot 11 may get bids but believe if any of the bubble teams go 0-2 next weekend then they will likely be on the outside looking in
Pitt is not in contention for a bid. The ACC has had 10 before and there is a very strong argument 11 deserve bids this year if none of the bubble teams go 0-2 in the ACCT. The ACC has the best winning % of any league this year and has been flip flopping with the SEC for best conference RPI with the other conferences no where close. At back to the point on conf seed not determine order of selection, the conference plays an imbalanced schedule. Clemson for example didn’t play Duke or UNC both bottom 1/3 teams that would have altered the record and standings had they been on the schedule instead of say ND and Louisville. Other teams we virtually have the same record with - within a game or 2 probably played both BC and Duke and avoided 2 top teams. It can make for a big swing in record.