Saturday, October 10, 2009


*In honor of BC’s Mark Herzlich #94, the Virginia Tech chapter of Uplifting Athletes is donating $9,494.94 to benefit research of Ewing’s Sarcoma.

*Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson is expecting the best from Florida State, despite the ongoing drama off the field in Tallahassee.

*Longtime Maryland booster Jack Heise passed away this week, but not before he had a chance to put his final letter in the mail to coach Ralph Friedgen wishing him good luck this weekend against Wake Forest.

*BC's defense has faced some good ACC quarterbacks already, but none of them have the feetlike Tyrod Taylor.

*Clemson could be making some changes to its offense this week, and it could include using the tight ends more.

*Has Wake Forest already found its next Alphonso Smith?

*For those of you who tried to stick a fork in Virginia, Al Groh said it might not be that easy.

*While Saturday's game between Miami and FAMU should be relatively uneventful on the field, it will spark a painful memory for the late Bryan Pata's brother, who is now the tight ends coach for FAMU.

*NC State coach Tom O'Brien needs a win on Saturday more than Duke's David Cutcliffe does.

*Of all the new coaches hired recently in the ACC, though, none of them had the instant success of Georgia Tech's Johnson.
Let's put this one to rest -- Chuck Amato and Jimbo Fisher never got into a fight. Hence the reason you never read about it here.

*Virginia Tech running backs Josh Oglesby #25 and Ryan Williams have different styles -- on and off the field.

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