Found March 11, 2013 on Fox Sports Carolinas:
(Mike Hogewood will serve as host for the ACC Network's coverage of the 2013 ACC Tournament this week in Greensboro, N.C. He checks in from the Tar Heel state to offer his thoughts on the all-conference teams and the early matchups.) With the All-ACC teams being released Monday, what were your thoughts on the players who were recognized? I think the First Team with Shane Larkin (Miami), Erick Green (Virginia Tech), Joe Harris (Virginia), Richard Howell (N.C. State) and Mason Plumlee (Duke) was pretty good. It comes as no surprise that the North Carolina schools are so well represented on the first and second teams, but Larkin and Kenny Kadji of Miami both had great years and both had to be there right at the top. Reggie Bullock has had a great season at North Carolina, but you can make an argument on whether or not he deserved to be there on the second team, but overall I thought the picks were good. I was really surprised to see nobody from MarylandTerrapins' center Alex...
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