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What happens if Clemson, Florida State and Louisville all finish 11–1? How should the ACC break the tie and determine who advances to the conference championship game?

By Andy Staples
September 28, 2016
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What should the ACC do if Louisville, Clemson and Florida State finish in a three-way tie for the ACC Atlantic title? How should ACC pick the team to advance to the conference championship game?

The ACC announced last week it will use an advanced statistical ranking from SportSource Analytics, the same company that provides advanced stats to the College Football Playoff selection committee, to break a tie for a division title. Is this a good idea? Why not just use the playoff rankings or something simple like point differential?

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