Wednesday, December 16, 2009


From ESPN and T.A.H.

The biggest news of the day? Bud Foster isn't going anywhere.

Ol’ Roy isn’t having a great week. Now, he’s told SI’s Dan Patrick that he likes it when opposing fans go crazy. Tell that to the Presbyterian fan he had tossed last Saturday…

Having said that Ol’ Roy did show his typical class when he reached out to Duke freshmen Andre Dawkins when his sister was killed in a car crash recently.

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson is hoping his talented juniors who are looking at the NFL have a plan. (And GT fans are hoping that plan is to stay.)

First, though, they have to worry about Iowa.

Georgia Tech will be trying to snap a streak of four straight bowl losses, and it's been a while since the program has been on such a big bowl stage.

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney took a big step in proving himself on the sideline this year, but

Stan Olsen writes that now Swinney is also looking like a recruiting closer. That's thanks to the addition of three linemen to their list of committed recruits.

Jimbo Fisher will have a full plate next year, as he said he will hire an offensive coordinator but will continue to call the plays and coach the quarterbacks.

There are five storylines worth watching at Clemson as the Tigers prepare for the Music City Bowl.

FSU has finally returned to the football field, but not without a few storylines worth talking about from the break.

Mark Stoops talks about his move from Arizona to FSU's new defensive coordinator.
Former FSU president T.K. Wetherell told the Orlando Sentinel ESPN's Outside the Lines report was "totally misleading." Here's more on FSU's response to the report.

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