Which could be either good or bad depending on your point of view. Either lots of opportunities for wins, or very few for ones that matter.
Duke- Jabari Parker and Rodney Hood are ridiculous but beyond that not much else. That being said, they are really strong, a natty contender, but we only get them once at Cameron. East Carolina just put the fear of God into them at Cameron
Syracuse- Not sure they're a title contender, but they should be pretty good, but were scared to death by St. Francis. Two chances at them
UNC- Looking more and more like PJ Hairston is through, lost to Belmont at home, only get them once in Chapel Hill
Virginia- Whatever, I'm still not a believer in UVA, probably decent though... we get them twice
ND- lost to Indiana State at home
Pitt- looks fine so far, blown out who they are supposed to, we get them twice.
Va Tech- lost to USC Upstate, whatever that is
NC State- just lost to NC Central my law school alma mater (SOAR EAGLE!!), low major HBCU
BC- started 0-3, Providence, UMass, Toledo,
Miami- lost to St. Francis, beat Georgia Southern by two in overtime
Wake- 3-0 against bad competition, but it's Wake, they can't be better than a NIT team?
Georgia Tech- beat convincingly by Dayton
This is not an impressive showing so far, this is a 14 team league that could easily end up with 5 bids or less, going to need a good conference record to get in the tourney.