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The ACC has dropped division to the benefit of FSU. Florida State will play Clemson, University of Miami, and Syracuse every year and five other conference opponents in a format that guarantees they play each team in the conference every other year. Without divisions, Florida State now has a better shot at going to the ACC Championship Game each year. Going forward, the Conference Champion will be decided between the two best teams, period.
The guys share their thoughts on this new format. They talk about the implications of the Seminoles having the three permanent opponents they do. They also look at which teams in the ACC got good pods and which may have gotten a less than favorable draw. Finally, they examine how past seasons would have been different under this format and if this will bring more parity or just solidify the dominance of the conference's top teams.
Let us know in the comments what you think about the new schedule!
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