Friday, October 2, 2009

1...2...3...LINK!

Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich.

ACC: Did You Know?

*Wake Forest will be without running back Kevin Harris and tight end Cameron Ford for the NC State game because of injuries. So far this season, the Deacs just haven't looked like disciplined Jim Grobe teams of the past.

*UNC's defense has been the team's strength this season, but even it has a weakness -- creating turnovers.

*Maryland has lots of room for improvement, and coach Ralph

*Friedgen is changing his practices a bit to inspire his players -- and hold them accountable for turnovers.

*Virginia Tech offensive coordinator Bryan Stinespring may have made the best call of his career -- admitting "it's a bad call" to his players.

*Clemson's offseason concerns about its wide receivers have come to fruition.

*Duke's quarterback of the future started his career with a bang, but starter Thaddeus Lewis only sees the strong play by backup Sean Renfree as competition, not a controversy.

*FSU running back Jermaine Thomas told the Tallahassee Democrat he felt like he let a lot of people down. This week, he's been trying to redeem himself. The running game isn't the only thing that's struggled recently for FSU ...

*Do your job or sit down, that's Mickey Andrews' message to his defense this week.

*Miami quarterback Jacory Harris is ready to move on from the loss to Virginia Tech.

*Virginia Tech running backs coach Billy Hite knew from the beginning that Ryan Williams was a special player. So far, Williams has delivered.

*NC State freshman Brandan Bishop has accomplished his goal of playing early, and he's made key contributions to the Pack's secondary in the process.

*Is 32 carries too many for a quarterback in Paul Johnson's offense? Josh Nesbitt says he can take it.

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