ACC Tournament bracket, courtesy of Streaking The Lawn
Adam Rowe of Duke Hoop Blog does a terrific job of breaking down home court advantage using a variety of metrics for ACC teams. A must-read. Spoiler Alert: Using these statistics, Wake Forest had the best home court advantage between 2001-2011.
"Central Dauphin’s determined star forward, a 6-9 Wake Forest recruit, absolutely dominated in a 78-57 rout of state-ranked and previously unbeaten Scranton in the finale of the five-game Villa Classic (Harrisburg edition) at CD High School. Thomas finished with 43 points (15 of 19 shooting), 22 rebounds, four assists and five blocks, matching his career-high scoring total set in a three-overtime win last year vs. Bishop McDevitt."
http://wakeforestsports.cstv.com/sports/m-footbl/spec-rel/071911aaa.html The 2011 Wake Forest Football Media Guide is now available online in PDF format. The 128-page document is a one-stop shop for information on Demon Deacon football. The guide includes bios for players, coaches and support staff, rosters and breakdowns, a 2010 review, history, records and media information.