The Washington Times - February 24, 2009, 10:48AM

Had an interesting chart passed along by Larry Williams of TigerIllustrated.com this week comparing the ACC’s 12 teams over the last three seasons.

Obviously, it is meant to highlight how good Clemson is, and sure enough, the Tigers nearly match Duke’s overall record and rank third in the conference in league victories.

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But something that might get lost is Maryland is in the top half of this comparison as well, ranking fifth in both overall record and conference regular season performance.

Perhaps also worth mentioning: Duke and North Carolina are the only schools to go to the last two NCAA tournaments in the conference.

OVERALL

1. North Carolina: 91-13
2. Duke: 72-22
3. Clemson: 71-25
4. Florida State: 62-34
5. Maryland: 61-33
6. Virginia Tech: 59-36
7. Boston College:  54-38
8. Wake Forest: 52-34
9. Miami: 51-41
10. N.C. State: 50-42
11. Virginia: 47-41
12. Georgia Tech: 45-45

CONFERENCE

1. North Carolina: 35-10
2. Duke: 29-15
3t. Clemson: 25-19
3t. Virginia Tech: 25-19
5. Maryland: 24-20
6. Florida State: 22-22
7. Boston College: 21-24
8. Wake Forest: 19-25
9. Virginia: 19-25
10. Miami: 17-28
11. Georgia Tech: 16-29
12. N.C. State: 14-30

Patrick Stevens