Wednesday, September 23, 2009

ESPN/DINICH TUESDAY LINKS

*Virginia Tech's offense will get a tutorial on Saturday ... can the Hokies defense stop it?

*Good news for Georgia Tech in that Jonathan Dwyer has returned to practice, and he's not too concerned that the big plays have been missing for him so far this season.

*Maryland has some history with Rutgers, but when the Scarlet Knights come to town this weekend, they won't look like the Top 10 team the Terps upended two seasons ago.

*NC State coach Tom O'Brien likes phsyical football -- the kind Pitt plays. Not that "spread the field and play touch football stuff." Ha.

*Virginia rookie running back Dominique Wallace, who showed promise in the first three games, will miss the rest of the season with a foot injury.

*North Carolina hasn't defeated Georgia Tech in Atlanta since 1997, and the Heels are using it as motivation.

*Few teams have gone through as much transition as Boston College in recent years, and yes, said coach Frank Spaziani, it has an effect on the program.

*Here are the ACC's biggest offensive surprises so far this season.

*Like Miami and Clemson did, UNC began preparing for Georgia Tech this past summer.

*Is the Heisman talk for Jacory Harris a little premature?

*Six Clemson players have been sidelined with the flu, but school officials don't yet whether or not it's the big S.

*What's up with FSU's defense? The Noles have given up enough big plays for a whole year, yet they're making them, too.

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