Wednesday, August 12, 2009

WHAT THE REAL MEDIA IS SAYING

ESPN’s Heather Dinich’s lunchtime links from Tuesday.

*One of the biggest differences in Florida State's offense this fall will be in quarterback Christian Ponder's confidence -- you can just see it in his eyes, according to Rodney Hudson.

*P.S. If you're interested in Bobby Bowden's prostate issues, click here.

*And don't get used to this FSU-Miami on Labor Day deal. FSU AD Randy Spetman said it's not on the slate for 2010 or 2011.

*If there's one reason for concern at Maryland, it's the offensive line.

*BC offensive lineman Anthony Castonzo is now working with his third offensive line coach in two years, but is ready to just "let loose and play."

*NC State linebacker Nate Irving will meet with a doctor on Thursday, and we should know more after that appointment about his playing status for this fall.

*It looks like Duke will have some freshmen who will work their way into the two-deep rotation. And as coach David Cutcliffe said, that's good and it's bad.

*Here's a great read on UNC running back Shaun Draughn's climb from sixth on the depth chart to where he is now, and how his faith inspired him along the way.

*Miami wide receiver Leonard Hankerson looks a "whole lot better" than he did this spring, according to Randy Shannon.

*Georgia Tech running back Jonathan Dwyer DID miss Monday's second practice with a minor hip flexor, even though he said he'd be OK and participate in it.

*Virginia Tech defensive end Chris Drager is doing well since moving from tight end. He should get some meaningful snaps there this fall.

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