Thursday, August 27, 2009


Next Thursday night it all gets started when N.C. State tangles with South Carolina. As good luck would have it for O’Brien’s Wolfpack, the Cocks have given him some bulletin board material to help motivate the Raleigh boys to avenge last seasons loss.

Former Durham Riverside player Weslye Saunders opened his mouth and let this one out:

"I'm going to talk to Coach (Steve) Spurrier beforehand and see if he's OK if I get a 15-yard penalty. Because I'm gonna do some sort of extra celebration if I get a touchdown on the Wolfpack."

A junior, Saunders caught 16 passes for 214 yards and three touchdowns last season.

So, they’ve got that goin’ for ‘em…How about some LINKS!

Posted by's Heather Dinich

*Boston College linebacker Mark Herzlich, the ACC's reigning defensive player who if fighting cancer plans to "pick up where he left off" in 2010 and play for BC and then possibly the NFL.

*Here are five legit reasons why Georgia Tech will fall below expectations this year. (Funny how quickly those expectations rose, huh?)

*If you think Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen takes football seriously, you should meet his wife.

*Boston College linebacker Mark Herzlich will return to classes, and bring with him an emotional boost to a team that desperately needs a lift.

*A few ACC players gave their take on the conference stadiums and the different fan bases.

*Miami now needs to protect the "string bean" body of quarterback Jacory Harris more than ever.

*Here's a quick update from Virginia's scrimmage -- the Cavs have a lot of work to do. Kicker Robert Randolph has been doing his part this summer at kicking schools and in swimming pools.

*Mike Bianchi makes one more plea for the NCAA to butt out. I concur.

*USA Today gives its outlook for the ACC. Progress has come slowly at NC State, but expectations are rising

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