Found December 22, 2012 on SCACC Hoops:
Maryland won the only game around the ACC on Friday night as the Terps defeated Stony Brook 76-69.  Maryland led by as many 20 points in the second half, but a good Stony Brook team fought back and had a chance to tie the game in the final minute.  Alex Len and Dez Wells led Maryland in scoring with 19 points each. A huge slate of games on Saturday, make sure to check out the Game Sim predictions and previews below for all of today's games. Game Sim Predictions McNeese State at UNC - UNC wins 80-71 Sim the game here Providence at Boston College - Providence wins 68-64 Sim the game here FSU at Charlotte - Charlotte wins 71-68 Sim the game here Wake Forest at UNC Greensboro - UNC Greensboro wins 79-76 Sim the game here St. Bonaventure at NC State - Too close to call Sim the game here Citadel at Georgia Tech - Not enough data available Virginia Tech at Bradley - Virginia Tech wins 76-69 Sim the game here Virginia at Old Dominion - Virginia wins 66-62 Sim the game here Miami at Hawaii - Miami wins 77-66 Sim the game here  Team Conf Pct Overall Pct  Duke  0-0  1.000  11-0  1.000  Maryland  0-0  1.000  10-1  0.909  Miami  0-0  1.000  7-1  0.875  Virginia  0-0  1.000  9-2  0.818  Virginia Tech  0-0  1.000  8-2  0.800  NC State  0-0  1.000  8-2  0.800  Georgia Tech  0-0  1.000  7-2  0.778  UNC  0-0  1.000  8-3  0.727  FSU  0-0  1.000  6-4  0.600  Clemson  0-0  1.000  6-4  0.600  Boston College  0-0  1.000  5-5  0.500  Wake Forest  0-0  1.000  5-5  0.500  Injury Report  Dennis Clifford (BC) sprained ankle Ian Miller (FS) bone bruise in foot John Auslander (MD) left tibia fracture, out for season Jordan Vandenberg (ST) Knee Jontel Evans (VA) reinjured surgically repaired foot Marshall Wood (VT) broken left foot Links Tudor: Williams, Heels getting turned inside out Gottfried sees value in non-conference games Williams says Tar Heels need to buy in; Bullock blames selfish teammates Tar Heels’ tuneup trial to be tested by McNeese State today Len, Wells lead charge as Terps hold off Stony Brook for 76-69 victory Tar Heels appear further from finding answers Yesterday's Games Matchup    Stony Brook 69 @ Maryland 76  Box Today's Games Time Matchup TV    12:00:00 PM  McNeese State @ UNC  ESPNU  Preview  2:00:00 PM  Providence @ Boston College  ESPN3  Preview  2:00:00 PM  FSU @ Charlotte  FSS  Preview  2:30:00 PM  Wake Forest @ UNC Greensboro    Preview  3:00:00 PM  St. Bonaventure @ NC State  ESPN3  Preview  4:00:00 PM  Citadel @ Georgia Tech  RSN  Preview  5:00:00 PM  Virginia Tech @ Bradley    Preview  5:30:00 PM  Virginia @ Old Dominion    Preview  11:59:00 PM  Miami @ Hawaii  ESPNU  Preview  
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