Tuesday, November 3, 2009

MONDAY LINKS


Links via T.A.H. and ESPN.

*Folks at Duke are cranky with N&O columnist Caulton Tudor for suggesting their football coach might be looking to move on to more football fertile pastures.

*Word on the street is that FSU defensive coordinator Mickey Andrews will announce his retirement at season end sometime today.

*The differences between Georgia Tech and Georgia are pretty glaring this year, and only the Jackets are heading in the right direction.

*Some Maryland fans are looking for dramatic change, but by naming offensive coordinator James Franklin successor, the Terps are in for a similar style and philosophy.

*What's going on at Boston College is amazing, but the potential still remaining is one of the ACC's feel-good stories of the year.

*There is little left to play for at Virginia besides each other.

*Virginia put plenty of pressure on Duke quarterback Thaddeus Lewis, but the veteran is holding up, and so are the Blue Devils.

*The winner of the Duke-UNC game will be in a much better situation when it comes to bowl possibilities.

*Clemson defensive end Da'Quan Bowers was injured just in time for what coach Dabo Swinney deemed "the biggest game of the year."

*Speaking of injuries, Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe said he'll do what's best for quarterback Riley Skinner, not what's best for the team.

*Might Miami's concerns at linebacker result in more nickel packages for the Canes?

*If Bobby Bowden and Christian Ponder don't seem too concerned about the star quarterback's bruised ribs, either should FSU fans.

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