Predicting the 2014-15 ACC College Basketball Standings

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Predicting the 2014-15 ACC College Basketball Standings
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The ACC has four teams that could be ranked in the AP Top 10 when the season begins, but what exactly does the conference figure to look like from top to bottom?

The 2013-14 season wasn't a banner year for what was supposed to be the most impressive conference in the country. It was the first time since 2006 and just the third time since 1979 that a team from the ACC failed to advance to the Elite Eight.

Hoping to make up for a lost season, Duke, Louisville, North Carolina and Virginia will all be in the mix for a run to the Final Four, and there are a few other teams behind them with more than reasonable aspirations of at least making it to the 2015 NCAA tournament.

In ranking the ACC teams from No. 1 through No. 15, we looked at outgoing seniors, incoming freshmen, D-I transfers, JUCO transfers, redshirts, projected starting fives and conference schedules. For better or worse, no stone was left unturned.

We look forward to your completely civilized disagreements.

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