ACC 7, BIG TEN 2

Illinois
Illini students got the answer they wanted: Their team's legit.

The Matchups
MONDAY, NOV. 29
North Carolina State 60, Purdue 53

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TUESDAY, NOV. 30
Georgia Tech 99, Michigan 68

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TUESDAY, NOV. 30
Florida State 70, Minnesota 69

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TUESDAY, NOV. 30
Duke 81, Michigan State 74

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TUESDAY, NOV. 30
Wisconsin 69, Maryland 64

• Recap | Box Score | Katz: Badgers get point
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1
Illinois 91, Wake Forest 73

• Recap | Box Score | Katz: Illinois' one to lose
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1
Clemson 80, Ohio State 73

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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1
North Carolina 70, Indiana 63

• Recap | Box Score | Forde: Tar Heels can tussle
WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1
Virginia 48, Northwestern 44

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More Features
Katz: Second to none

Chris Paul might have received all the preseason accolades, but it's backcourt-mate Justin Gray who has the more accomplished resume.
Katz: Unsung hero

Despite all of Wake Forest's stars, it might be an 'Inspector Gadget'-like player who pulls it all together for the Deacs.
Shelman: Matta feels at home

Thad Matta, simply put, is a Big Ten guy. That's why he's at Ohio State.
Katz: In for the long run

Wake Forest is built for the postseason, and they showed it on Monday Night against George Washington.
Bilas: UnACCeptable change 

I simply don't agree with or like what the ACC has done, by expanding in the name of football.
Katz: Leader of the Pack

Tony Bethel is going to make an impact. He will be different than a host of other four-year transfers.
Katz: End of an era

Anything's possible for the nation's toughest and deepest conference -- except crowning a true regular season champ.
Forde: Davis on the line

"On the line" is the operative phrase for Mike Davis this season at Indiana. His job could be on the line, and his serenity absolutely will be.
Katz: Program with a buzz

Dave Braine gives Bobby Cremins credit for building Georgia Tech. But he admits that he was lucky to nab Paul Hewitt before someone did.
Katz: Justice For All

The NCAA got it right this time, punishing Missouri's coaching staff instead of its current players, who did nothing wrong.
Katz: Quin to win

Quin Snyder survived at Missouri. He's not going anywhere, at least not for the next few seasons.
Shelman: Spartans get the point

Drew Neitzel hasn't received the reception that typically accompanies a 6-foot, 170-pound freshman's arrival at Michigan State.
Katz: Carolina's unsung star

If all of this talk of national championship comes true, then it could be because of the cool and calm Jawad Williams.
Katz: Shavlik's time

Shavlik Randolph actually had a bit of a swagger. He was beaming with confidence. He didn't look timid at all.
Katz: Shades of Gray

Midnight Madness is less than 24 hours away, but teams who took preseason trips got a jump on the competition.