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ACC Looks To End 5-Decade CWS Title Drought


The ACC hasn’t had much trouble sending teams to Omaha - but in each of the last 57 years, they’ve all come home empty handed. Since the Demon Deacons won the league’s only national championship, 40 teams have represented the ACC in the College World Series but have combined for what is by far the longest title drought among the Division I power conferences. (ACC Sports Journal)


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