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 other.— «There’s no shortage of explanations for the ACC’s 51-year drought. Of the league’s 25 qualifiers, only seven have won at least two games in the tournament, equaling the number of league teams heading home after going 0-2 in the double-elimination format. In CWS parlance, that’s called, “two-and-barbecue.”» —“With four teams in Omaha, ACC looks to end title drought” by Bob Thomas Gwinnett Daily Post (Georgia) June 14, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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