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Dec. 15, 2010
This week, ACC All Access previews the 2010-11 Sunday Night Hoops schedule as basketball analyst Dan Bonner and play-by-play announcer Tim Brando discuss the conference’s season to date and offer their insights on potential title champions.
Then ACC All Access features advice for the conference’s three newest basketball coaches from its nine veterans as the latter look back at their first years on the sideline.
And in this week’s Hog Blog, Mike Hogewood offers his own insight on the current basketball season, opting for Duke and North Carolina as the ACC front runners and Virginia as the team to watch in the coming months.
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