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Weekly ACC Roundup 5/31: The ACC is good at baseball edition

Another week, another roundup. Moral of this week's story: the ACC has some good baseball programs.


We're back for more links from the Southland, Boston College, and Canada (apparently). You'll get that joke as you read on. The theme this week is baseball. The ACC is good at it. Here are the links:

Boston College: Doug Flutie is selling his Boston-area home. So, if you're in the market...

Clemson: The Tigers flamed out at the ACC baseball tourney in Durham. But they're still dancing.

Duke: The Blue Devils won something called the "NCAA Lacrosse Championship". Whatever that is.

Florida State: An in-depth look at the Noles baseball team, who could make some hay nationally.

Georgia Tech: The Jackets are a 2 seed in the NCAA Baseball Tournament. They are in the same region as #1 overall, Vanderbilt.

Louisville Maryland: ...moving on...

Miami: The Canes are making their 41st straight appearance in the NCAA baseball regionals. Impressive.

NC State: The Wolfpack are also in the NCAA Baseball Tournament. And they have faith!

North Carolina: Down the road, the Heels have a more realistic shot at breaking the ACC's baseball national title drought.

Syracuse: The Orange are going to play basketball games in Canada this summer. Yeah, I had to read that twice, too. You've claimed NYC and now you're trying to claim Canada? Can Pitt claim Ireland?

Virginia: An overview of the Hoo's opponents for their regional on the way to Omaha. This is getting old, we get it, you're all good at baseball!

Virginia Tech: The Hokies also play baseball. And are good at it. They're hosting a regional, too.

Wake Forest: AN ARTICLE ABOUT PITT AND WAKE FOREST! But seriously, I knew I liked you, Wake Forest.

Like always, some music to take you into the weekend...

Justin Townes Earle covers Bruce Springsteen's classic "Atlantic City", enjoy:

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