Friday, September 18, 2009

IN CASE YOU WERE WORKING: THURSDAY’S LINKS

Via ESPN's ACC blog.

*Will Yeatman is an interesting two-sport athlete who has gone from a former Notre Dame tight end and attackman to a Maryland lacrosse player and possibly back to the football field for the Terps.

*For the second time in three weeks, Virginia Tech's offensive line will have to deal with one of the nation's top defensive linemen.

*It's status quo for BC's quarterbacks -- Justin Tuggle will start but Dave Shinskie will also play.

*Clemson offensive lineman Landon Walker thought he was going to be kicked off the team, but instead, he got his starting job back.

*BYU quarterback Max Hall has impressed FSU's defense on film. Odds are they'll appreciate him even more on Saturday.

*Wake Forest's Gelo Orange is making the transition from linebacker to defensive end, and they need him now more than ever.

*Quarterbacks have been struggling in the state of North Carolina.

*NC State's longtime equipment manager Eddie Gardner (pictured) is stepping down.

*Coaches throughout the ACC faced questions this week about whether or not the FCS schools are closing the gap. Well, they've certainly allowed them to keep it interesting.

*The ACC hasn't exactly gotten off to a strong start, that's for sure, and Barry Jacobs writes that knocking ACC football early in the season is "so easy its not very sporting."

*Larry Williams caught up with Dabo Swinney for an extended interview, and it's in a three-part series for the ACC Sports Journal.

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