Mar 9, 2012; Atlanta, GA, USA; The ACC logo and game ball as seen on the floor prior to the start of the quarter-final game between the North Carolina Tar Heels and the Maryland Terrapins in the 2012 ACC Men

Four Corners: Erik Green, Wahoos are in First and Whats up with NC State?

One: Mark Gottfried refers to CJ Leslie as Calvin or CJ depending on he plays.  Apparently NC state must have two names as well because there has not been a more Jekyl and Hyde like team in the ACC than the Wolpack.  According to the stars and how my Lucky Charms lined up this morning the Wolfpack will be bringing Calvin to PNC arena Saturday to give Miami its first loss in the ACC.

Two: The night UNC blew a lead in Charlottesville and lost to the Virginia Cavaliers was viewed as a disastrous loss by UNC, but after seven games in the ACC Virginia is tied for second place at 5-2.  The Cavaliers took down NC State this past week and travel to Georgia Tech Sunday.  The Cavaliers are not going to outscore anyone, but their grueling pace can overwhelm a team combined with a stingy defense.

Three: North Carolina fans are in for a treat or a nightmare depending on how you look at it.  Erik Green is one of those dynamic players fans in the ACC have been fortunate to watch over the years.  If history teaches us anything it is Virginia Tech guards love to shoot in the Dean Dome.  I wouldn’t be surprised if we see Green go for 35 Saturday, but then again can anyone else on his team reach double figures?

Four:  The Ravens will meet the 49ers in the Super Bowl.  For everyone on this site who follows KIH founder Matt Hamm on twitter @keeping_it_heel we can only hope the right Harbaugh wins this week and that coach is making his home in Baltimore. Why am I saying this? Well listening to him gloat about San Francisco all off season is just unbearable and downright criminal if you asked me.  Plus the 49ers have enough Super bowl trophies and Ray Lewis can stab Cleveland fans right in the heart with another Super Bowl win that could have been theirs.  Combine the Ravens and the Heats championship and the city of Cleveland isn’t so bad afterall.

Tags: North Carolina State Wolfpack North Carolina Tar Heels

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