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On the one hand, Greenberg doesn't want to jeopardize his team's NCAA tournament hopes again because of a lack of schedule strength. On the other hand, he doesn't want to overreact by adding a flurry of marquee opponents and then find out next year's team isn't good enough to handle it.
"We're trying to strike the right balance," Greenberg said by phone on Monday. "Our schedule next year is going to be more difficult. We're looking at a number of high profile games, but it's a scary deal because you don't know what the personnel of your team is going to be. Everyone thinks we're going to be good, but we don't know what we'll have just yet."
"It's an inexact science," Greenberg said. "You want to give yourself the best chance to make the NCAA tournament, but we felt like we did that last year. We still lost only one non-conference game and won 10 games in the ACC. When you do that, you'd like to think you'll get rewarded."