Some [seed per Bracket Matrix] Big 12 teams in Q1/Q2 games, Q3/4 losses in parenthesis

[8] TCU 7-8 (0)

[8] Oklahoma 7-8 (0)

[9] Texas 6-9 (1)

[Next 4 Out] Cincinnati 5-9 (2)

The Big 12 correctly gamed out that Q3 wins don't matter, and the easiest way to avoid Q3 losses is not to play Q3 games. We not only have a bunch of Q3 games, they're high Q3 games too. If you wanted to come up with a perfectly suboptimal schedule for NET, you couldn't do much better than ours. We're the only P5 team with 10 Q3 games.

Anyway, we are [Not Even Being Discussed] 5-8 (2).

Georgia Tech is 138th, if they get to 135th or higher that becomes a Q2 loss and we lose a bad loss. NC State is 77, if they get to 75 or higher our home win becomes a Q2 and the road win becomes a Q1.

So if those two teams close out strong, we would go to [NEBD] 6-9 (1) with three Q1 wins. Va Tech is a Q2, Clemson is a Q1.

If we can also win these last three regular season games and catch some breaks for GT/NC St, that's...

21-10

7-8 vs Q1/Q2 (1 bad loss)

4 Q1 wins

Probably 5th or 6th in the ACC

If that doesn't put us on the bubble (and on the right side imo) going into the ACCT, the whole thing is a joke.