Friday, November 13, 2009

THURSDAY LINKS

Posted by ESPN.com's Heather Dinich.

*Georgia Tech linebacker Cedric Griffin has a lot more on his mind than just clinching the Coastal Division this weekend. The women in his life have a little something to do with that.

*Boston College has accomplished a lot of things this year, but winning road games isn't one of them. In retrospect, though, it's played at Clemson, at Virginia Tech and at Notre Dame. Not exactly the friendliest trips.

*Don't be so "hyper-sensitive." Clemson's Andre Branch was just playing football against FSU. ACC and school officials have dismissed anymore eye-gouging theories.

*Virginia's numbers don't lie, and they reflect how the Cavaliers are ranked in the standings -- near the bottom.

*Duke coach David Cutcliffe is a realist. That's why he's throwing the ball a lot more instead of forcing the run. Go with what works.

*DeAndre McDaniel might have been overlooked for the Jim Thorpe Award, but Miami's Brandon Harris was not.

*Virginia Tech running backs coach Billy Hite was reminded this week of the wonderful problem he'll have next year when Darren Evans put his uniform on again.

*Regardless of Maryland quarterback Chris Turner's health on Saturday against Virginia Tech, coach Ralph Friedgen seems prepared to test his depth at quarterback.

*Wake Forest is just trying to stay afloat right now.

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