LYNCHBURG, Va. – We’ve got another regular season rematch as these two SELC rivals tangle for a second time after going head-to-head on March 7.
The first matchup featured a comfortable, 14-8, win for Liberty.
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But now the contest moves into the ether, where anything can happen.
No. 19 Clemson pulled a mild upset with a comfortable victory over No. 14 Oregon. The Tigers took 893-of-1,529 votes for a breezy win of 16.8 percentage points.
No. 3 Liberty housed No. 30 San Diego State by nearly 30 percentage points, garnering 493 of the 754 votes.
Who will advance to the quarterfinals?!