ACC Coastal

cyptomcat

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For a few weeks now, I've been sharing my friend Justin Moore's (@tfgridiron on Twitter) simulations regarding what we need to make a giant, six- or seven-way ACC Coastal tie (preferably everyone at 4-4) a realistic possibility. In Week 7, we needed Miami to beat Virginia, and we got it. In Week 8, Virginia Tech beat UNC as preferred. Last week, we requested three results -- Miami over Pitt, Louisville over Virginia, and Duke over UNC -- and got two of them.
It's destiny! (with GT on top!)

https://www.espn.com/college-footba...-coaches-michigan-state-woes-more-wild-week-9

I asked Justin once more to look at the most four-win-favorable results for this coming week's games. Here's what he produced.

"The overall odds of six finishing 4-4 are 1-in-1055. If Georgia Tech beats Pitt and UNC beats UVA, it moves to 1-in-375. Neither of those? 1-in-2700."

Go Jackets, and go Heels.
 

ThisIsAtlanta

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A 7 way tie in the coastal would be proof of god.
So when it was evening on that day, the last day of the season, and when the doors were shut where the fans were, for fear of the final CFP rankings, Jesus came and stood in their midst and said to them, “ACC championship be with you.” And when He had said this, He showed them a 7 way tie in the coastal division. The fans then rejoiced when they saw the Lord.
 

Yukonwreck

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So when it was evening on that day, the last day of the season, and when the doors were shut where the fans were, for fear of the final CFP rankings, Jesus came and stood in their midst and said to them, “ACC championship be with you.” And when He had said this, He showed them a 7 way tie in the coastal division. The fans then rejoiced when they saw the Lord.
And the multitude was given bread and fishes from a clear tote bag. And the number of people fed were more than 5,000.
 
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