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Friday, March 13, 2009

ACC Tourney, Friday open thread

Posted by on Fri, Mar 13, 2009 at 2:35 PM

Well, as correspondent Adam Sobsey just emailed me, this second Friday of March should be a state-wide holiday.

There was some basketball yesterday: NC State is done for the season, while Clemson's NCAA seeding probably took a big hit with that loss to Georgia Tech, while Virginia Tech polished off Miami's NCAA hopes before scaring the bejesus out of UNC earlier this afternoon. 

Ex-Indyite Besha Rodell is at courtside for Creative Loafing Atlanta—we hope to have new posts from her today. Besha? Let us know in the comments.

What's your take on the empty seats at the Georgia Dome? The future of N.C. State? Will Ty Lawson play tomorrow? Should he play tomorrow?

And finally, one of our readers Twittered (Tweeted?) the following:

RT @mtdotnet wonders when the ACC champions stopped being decided by winning the ACC championship (I'm looking at you, @indyweek).

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