Tuesday, September 22, 2009

MONDAY ACC LINKS

Via ESPN:

*After losing their first home game to a non-BCS opponent since 1997, is the Terps' season on the brink of disaster after just three games?

*Well, you think the Terps had it bad? BC coach Frank Spaziani said his offense is "broke." Forget 1997, how's this for making history: BC's 54 yards of total offense was its worst since 1980.

*Georgia Tech learned quickly that one good season doesn't change national perceptions. (One subpar performance, though, does.)

*Florida State quarterback Christian Ponder left everything he had on the field against BYU -- including part of his lip.

*Clemson's offense could be slowed against TCU because of injuries to left tackle Chris Hairston and running back C.J. Spiller, but coach Dabo Swinney said he won't consider resting them because it's a nonconference game.

*Duke coach David Cutcliffe insists he's not using a two-quarterback system, it's just that Thaddeus Lewis has not been 100 percent healthy.

*Miami tight end Jimmy Graham wanted to prove he is more than a basketball player, and so far, the former forward is doing just that.

*Despite their preseason hopes, Virginia's special teams haven't been so special.

*Here's a good rewind of the Nebraska game, and what might lie ahead for the Hokies.

*Every ACC team in the state of North Carolina but Duke pulled off a win this weekend.

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