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Barry Jacobs On The ACC & Super Bowl Sunday

The tradition continues.
The ACC and Super Bowl Sunday have been an item for more than 40 years, since an undefeated N.C. State squad led by David Thompson edged a comparably gifted Maryland team 87-85 in January 1983.
Thompson’s late score, a tip of a missed shot at the buzzer, sealed the outcome in an unusual national television appearance for any college game in that pre-cable era.
The ACC contest brimmed with drama, in sharp contrast with the lackluster 14-7 Super Bowl that followed. Miami won handily despite the final score, concluding the only undefeated national football league season (17-0) since the 1967 advent of the Game When Commercials Matter.
Last season Miami again played on America’s national sports holiday. This time it was the University of Miami, the first of the ACC’s mid-2000?s Big East refugees to play on Super Bowl Sunday in a league contest.
The opponent was Duke, serving as an national football league hors d’oeuvre for the seventh time. Playing at Cameron Indoor Stadium, the Hurricanes were victorious in overtime. It was one of three occasions the ’12 Blue Devils, undefeated on the road in the ACC, lost at home.
Considering its competitive pedigree, it’s odd Duke has appeared prior to fewer Super Bowls than N.C. State (15), North Carolina (14), Maryland (11), Wake Forest (9), Florida State (8), Georgia Tech (8), and Virginia (8). Those totals include this year’s meeting between the Cavaliers and the homestanding Yellow Jackets.
Overall, of the ACC’s original members only Clemson has appeared less often than Duke.
Miami’s brethren in expansion, Boston College and Virginia Tech, have yet to participate in a prelude encounter for national football league’s Roman Numeral Extravaganza.
(One pending member, Louisville, hosts Marquette prior to this year’s Super Bowl at the not-so-deliciously named KFC Yum! Center.)
As for this year’s ACC contestants, UVa has won four of seven previous games on Super Bowl Sunday. Two of those victories, and none of its losses, came when San Francisco won the national football league title (1982 and 1990).
Georgia Tech snagged wins only twice in seven previous appearances on the big day, all under coach Bobby Cremins.
One of the Jackets’ victories, in 1995 against Florida State, coincided with a win by the 49ers. But two defeats incurred by Cremins’ squads also preceded San Francisco triumphs.
In other words, past experience correlating national football league outcomes with Super Bowl Sunday games involving Georgia Tech and/or Virginia would suggest a 49ers’ championship, particularly if the Cavs win.
 

SUPER SUNDAY
ACC Records When Playing Same Day As Super Bowl

Team
W-L
W Pct.

Boston College
0-0
.000

Clemson
0-2
.000

Duke
4-3
.571

Florida State
3-5
.375

Georgia Tech*
2-5
.286

Maryland
5-6
.455

Miami
1-0
 1.000

North Carolina
9-5
.643

N.C. State
10-5
.667

Virginia*
4-3
.571

Virginia Tech
0-0
.000

Wake Forest
3-6
.333

* 2013 participant.

 

 

Date
Super Bowl Result
Basketball Result

2/3/13
Baltimore vs. San Francisco
Virginia at Georgia Tech

2/5/12
N.Y. Giants 21-New England 17
Miami 78-Duke 74 (OT)

2/6/11
Green Bay 31-Pittsburgh 25
North Carolina 89-Florida State 69

2/7/10
New Orleans 31-Indianapolis 17
Maryland 92-North Carolina 71

2/1/09
Pittsburgh 27-Arizona 23
Duke 67-Virginia 49

2/3/08
N.Y. Giants 17-New England 14
N.C. State 67-Wake Forest 65

North Carolina 84-Florida State 73 (OT)

2/4/07
Indianapolis 29-Chicago 17
Florida State 68-Duke 67

2/5/06
Pittsburgh 21-Seattle 10
N.C. State 62-Maryland 58

2/6/05
New England 24-Philadelphia 21
North Carolina 81-Florida State 60

2/1/04
New England 32-Carolina 29
N.C. State 81-Maryland 69

Florida State 88-Savannah State 73

1/26/03
Tampa Bay 48-Oakland 21
Wake Forest 71-Florida State 60

N.C. State 86-North Carolina 77

2/3/02
New England 20-St. Louis 17
Maryland 89-N.C. State 73

Missouri 81-Virginia 77

1/28/01
Baltimore 34-N.Y. Giants 7
North Carolina 60-N.C. State 52

1/30/00
St. Louis 23-Tennessee 16
Virginia 76-Wake Forest 67

1/31/99
Denver 34-Atlanta 19
Wake Forest 85-Maryland 72

North Carolina 75-Georgia Tech 66

1/25/98
Denver 31-Green Bay 24
Wake Forest 74-Missouri 65

N.C. State 56-Georgia Tech 51

1/26/97
Green Bay 35-New England 21
North Carolina 61-Clemson 48

Maryland 74-Duke 70

1/28/96
Dallas 27-Pittsburgh 17
Duke 83-Maryland 73

Connecticut 76-Virginia 46

1/29/95
San Fran 49-San Diego 26
Georgia Tech 81-Florida State 68

1/30/94
Dallas 30-Buffalo 13
North Carolina 85-Wake Forest 61

1/31/93
Dallas 52-Buffalo 17
N.C. State 72-Clemson 70

Florida State 96-Georgia Tech 77

1/26/92
Washington 37-Buffalo 24
NO ACC ACTION

1/27/91
N.Y. Giants 20-Buffalo 19
Georgia Tech 88-North Carolina 86

1/28/90
San Fran 55-Denver 10
Virginia 71-Wake Forest 70 (OT)

Duke 88-Georgia Tech 86

1/22/89
San Fran 20-Cincinnati 16
Illinois 103-Ga. Tech 92 (2OT)

1/31/88
Washington 42-Denver 20
N.C. State 71-DePaul 66

1/25/87
N.Y. Giants 39-Denver 20
Kansas 74-N.C. State 60

1/26/86
Chicago 46-New England 10
North Carolina 73-Notre Dame 61

1/20/85
San Francisco 38-Miami 16
NO ACC ACTION

1/22/84
L.A. Raiders 38-Washington 9
NO ACC ACTION

1/30/83
Washington 27-Miami 17
Arkansas 68-Wake Forest 65

1/24/82
San Fran 26-Cincinnati 21
Virginia 74-Louisville 56

1/25/81
Oakland 27-Philadelphia 10
Virginia 89-Ohio State 73

1/20/80
Pittsburgh 31-L.A. Rams 19
Maryland 92-North Carolina 86

1/21/79
Pittsburgh 35-Dallas 31
Duke 75-N.C. State 69

1/15/78
Dallas 27-Denver 10
North Carolina 71-Wake Forest 69

1/9/77
Oakland 32-Minnesota 14
Maryland 87-N.C. State 80

1/18/76
Pittsburgh 21-Dallas 17
N.C. State 68-North Carolina 67

1/12/75
Pittsburgh 16-Minnesota 6
NO ACC ACTION

1/13/74
Miami 24-Minnesota 7
N.C. State 80-Maryland 74

1/14/73
Miami 14-Washington 7
N.C. State 87-Maryland 85

 

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Barry Jacobs On The ACC & Super Bowl Sunday

The tradition continues.
The ACC and Super Bowl Sunday have been an item for more than 40 years, since an undefeated N.C. State squad led by David Thompson edged a comparably gifted Maryland team 87-85 in January 1983.
Thompson’s late score, a tip of a missed shot at the buzzer, sealed the outcome in an unusual national television appearance for any college game in that pre-cable era.
The ACC contest brimmed with drama, in sharp contrast with the lackluster 14-7 Super Bowl that followed. Miami won handily despite the final score, concluding the only undefeated national football league season (17-0) since the 1967 advent of the Game When Commercials Matter.
Last season Miami again played on America’s national sports holiday. This time it was the University of Miami, the first of the ACC’s mid-2000?s Big East refugees to play on Super Bowl Sunday in a league contest.
The opponent was Duke, serving as an national football league hors d’oeuvre for the seventh time. Playing at Cameron Indoor Stadium, the Hurricanes were victorious in overtime. It was one of three occasions the ’12 Blue Devils, undefeated on the road in the ACC, lost at home.
Considering its competitive pedigree, it’s odd Duke has appeared prior to fewer Super Bowls than N.C. State (15), North Carolina (14), Maryland (11), Wake Forest (9), Florida State (8), Georgia Tech (8), and Virginia (8). Those totals include this year’s meeting between the Cavaliers and the homestanding Yellow Jackets.
Overall, of the ACC’s original members only Clemson has appeared less often than Duke.
Miami’s brethren in expansion, Boston College and Virginia Tech, have yet to participate in a prelude encounter for national football league’s Roman Numeral Extravaganza.
(One pending member, Louisville, hosts Marquette prior to this year’s Super Bowl at the not-so-deliciously named KFC Yum! Center.)
As for this year’s ACC contestants, UVa has won four of seven previous games on Super Bowl Sunday. Two of those victories, and none of its losses, came when San Francisco won the national football league title (1982 and 1990).
Georgia Tech snagged wins only twice in seven previous appearances on the big day, all under coach Bobby Cremins.
One of the Jackets’ victories, in 1995 against Florida State, coincided with a win by the 49ers. But two defeats incurred by Cremins’ squads also preceded San Francisco triumphs.
In other words, past experience correlating national football league outcomes with Super Bowl Sunday games involving Georgia Tech and/or Virginia would suggest a 49ers’ championship, particularly if the Cavs win.
 

SUPER SUNDAY
ACC Records When Playing Same Day As Super Bowl

Team
W-L
W Pct.

Boston College
0-0
.000

Clemson
0-2
.000

Duke
4-3
.571

Florida State
3-5
.375

Georgia Tech*
2-5
.286

Maryland
5-6
.455

Miami
1-0
 1.000

North Carolina
9-5
.643

N.C. State
10-5
.667

Virginia*
4-3
.571

Virginia Tech
0-0
.000

Wake Forest
3-6
.333

* 2013 participant.

 

 

Date
Super Bowl Result
Basketball Result

2/3/13
Baltimore vs. San Francisco
Virginia at Georgia Tech

2/5/12
N.Y. Giants 21-New England 17
Miami 78-Duke 74 (OT)

2/6/11
Green Bay 31-Pittsburgh 25
North Carolina 89-Florida State 69

2/7/10
New Orleans 31-Indianapolis 17
Maryland 92-North Carolina 71

2/1/09
Pittsburgh 27-Arizona 23
Duke 67-Virginia 49

2/3/08
N.Y. Giants 17-New England 14
N.C. State 67-Wake Forest 65

North Carolina 84-Florida State 73 (OT)

2/4/07
Indianapolis 29-Chicago 17
Florida State 68-Duke 67

2/5/06
Pittsburgh 21-Seattle 10
N.C. State 62-Maryland 58

2/6/05
New England 24-Philadelphia 21
North Carolina 81-Florida State 60

2/1/04
New England 32-Carolina 29
N.C. State 81-Maryland 69

Florida State 88-Savannah State 73

1/26/03
Tampa Bay 48-Oakland 21
Wake Forest 71-Florida State 60

N.C. State 86-North Carolina 77

2/3/02
New England 20-St. Louis 17
Maryland 89-N.C. State 73

Missouri 81-Virginia 77

1/28/01
Baltimore 34-N.Y. Giants 7
North Carolina 60-N.C. State 52

1/30/00
St. Louis 23-Tennessee 16
Virginia 76-Wake Forest 67

1/31/99
Denver 34-Atlanta 19
Wake Forest 85-Maryland 72

North Carolina 75-Georgia Tech 66

1/25/98
Denver 31-Green Bay 24
Wake Forest 74-Missouri 65

N.C. State 56-Georgia Tech 51

1/26/97
Green Bay 35-New England 21
North Carolina 61-Clemson 48

Maryland 74-Duke 70

1/28/96
Dallas 27-Pittsburgh 17
Duke 83-Maryland 73

Connecticut 76-Virginia 46

1/29/95
San Fran 49-San Diego 26
Georgia Tech 81-Florida State 68

1/30/94
Dallas 30-Buffalo 13
North Carolina 85-Wake Forest 61

1/31/93
Dallas 52-Buffalo 17
N.C. State 72-Clemson 70

Florida State 96-Georgia Tech 77

1/26/92
Washington 37-Buffalo 24
NO ACC ACTION

1/27/91
N.Y. Giants 20-Buffalo 19
Georgia Tech 88-North Carolina 86

1/28/90
San Fran 55-Denver 10
Virginia 71-Wake Forest 70 (OT)

Duke 88-Georgia Tech 86

1/22/89
San Fran 20-Cincinnati 16
Illinois 103-Ga. Tech 92 (2OT)

1/31/88
Washington 42-Denver 20
N.C. State 71-DePaul 66

1/25/87
N.Y. Giants 39-Denver 20
Kansas 74-N.C. State 60

1/26/86
Chicago 46-New England 10
North Carolina 73-Notre Dame 61

1/20/85
San Francisco 38-Miami 16
NO ACC ACTION

1/22/84
L.A. Raiders 38-Washington 9
NO ACC ACTION

1/30/83
Washington 27-Miami 17
Arkansas 68-Wake Forest 65

1/24/82
San Fran 26-Cincinnati 21
Virginia 74-Louisville 56

1/25/81
Oakland 27-Philadelphia 10
Virginia 89-Ohio State 73

1/20/80
Pittsburgh 31-L.A. Rams 19
Maryland 92-North Carolina 86

1/21/79
Pittsburgh 35-Dallas 31
Duke 75-N.C. State 69

1/15/78
Dallas 27-Denver 10
North Carolina 71-Wake Forest 69

1/9/77
Oakland 32-Minnesota 14
Maryland 87-N.C. State 80

1/18/76
Pittsburgh 21-Dallas 17
N.C. State 68-North Carolina 67

1/12/75
Pittsburgh 16-Minnesota 6
NO ACC ACTION

1/13/74
Miami 24-Minnesota 7
N.C. State 80-Maryland 74

1/14/73
Miami 14-Washington 7
N.C. State 87-Maryland 85

 

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