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My Wake Forest and Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) daughter got the last soccer laugh, well-enjoying watching her dad (me) eat analytics crow. A few weeks ago, responding to her bravado that all four top seeds in the D1 women’s soccer tournament were from the ACC, I used RPI rankings to counter that regular season data actually had the Big Ten as the top conference going into post-season, from my calculations slightly edging the ACC. The presumption was that the Big Ten and ACC would joust through the six rounds of the tournament.

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