Tuesday, October 20, 2009

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Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich: Who would've thought there'd be a showdown in Charlottesville this week?

*It's highly unlikely, but hey, Georgia Tech fans can dream about going to the national title game. Here are 12 steps to getting there.

*This picture of Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen pretty much sums up the kind of day the Terps had on Saturday -- lousy. What's odd, though, is that the players haven't let their 2-5 start discourage them to the point of quitting -- yet.

*If BC coach Frank Spaziani has learned one thing in his first season as head coach, it's "don't let the past be an anchor."

*Despite Clemson's win over Wake Forest, the Tigers haven't shown enough consistently for us to believe they've transformed from "tease to powerhouse overnight." Saturday's game at Miami should reveal a little more truth about this team.

*The great thing about NC State coach Tom O'Brien? He's not afraid to say the truth. Unfortunately, the truth hurts, and O'Brien said his team has regressed.

*Virginia continues to surprise its ACC opponents, but Maryland still thinks it's better than the teams it lost to.

*Was Virginia Tech looking ahead to bigger things on Saturday? Tyrod Taylor said no, but now the ACC championship remains Tech's best hope.

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