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ACC’s College World Series Drought Won’t Last Forever


The Atlantic Coast Conference is not cursed in baseball, either. Someday, an ACC team will win the College World Series, giving the conference its first national title since 1955, when Wake Forest won it all. But 59 years is an awfully long title drought, and it’s hard to blame fans of Pacific-12 or Southeastern conference teams who reflexively mock our selection of ACC power Virginia as preseason No. 1, the front-runner to win the CWS. (Baseball America)


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