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Once viewed as a high-octane conference, the ACC is slowing down

Just two ACC teams, North Carolina and Maryland, reside in the tempo top 100. What was once perceived as a high-octane league now has multiple programs pumping the brakes. For some, it’s full speed ahead. For others, it’s all systems whoa. "It frustrates me that I can’t get us playing faster, yet the other team has a great deal to say about that," Roy Williams said. (Sports Illustrated)


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