Additions and subtractions lead to shift in basketball power of ACC
Monday, October 24, 2005
No one doubted the talent at North Carolina, only coach Roy Williams' chances of harnessing it, and North Carolina State had Julius Hodge back to lead another run to the postseason. At one time, the Big Four were among the top 12 in The Associated Press' media poll, and Virginia, Maryland and Georgia Tech gave the conference seven ranked teams. That has changed somewhat this year. The Tar Heels won the national title, then lost their top seven scorers. (Charlotte Observer)
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