Saturday, October 31, 2009

SATURDAY MORNING BREAKFAST LINKS

Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich:

*Did Virginia Tech really lose at home last night to a UNC team that was ranked 114th in the country in total offense?

*North Carolina, though, got redemption, and so did quarterback T.J. Yates.

*It could be the kind of win that gives the Tar Heels the jump-start they need to reach the postseason.

*Here's a new concept -- receivers who block. And you thought Georgia Tech's guys were out there playing cards.

*Despite the Terps' struggles and two wins, coach Ralph Friedgen doesn't sound too convincing when talking about getting the younger players some experience.

*BC's kicker, former walk-on Steve Aponavicius, is three points away from becoming the Eagles' all-time leading scorer.

*If you haven't already, start paying attention to Clemson's DeAndre McDaniel. What appears to be amazing instincts is also the result of a lot of study time.

*Miami quarterback Jacory Harris has been up and down performance-wise, but his emotions have stayed the same. That's good news for the Canes.

*FSU offensive coordinator Jimbo Fisher says the Noles' ground game isn't struggling.

*Wake Forest has a knack for finding guys who can play who weren't highly recruited, but Lee Malchow? He wasn't offered a scholarship by anyone.

*Things have changed, and when Duke and Virginia meet on Saturday, the two programs will look a lot more similar than they have in the past.

*UNC’s linebacker Quan Sturdivant’s post game sportsmanship after the Virginia Tech game is worth noting.

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