Wednesday, December 2, 2009

MONDAY AND TUESDAY LINKS

By Heather Dinich/ESPN – edited.

*Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen can start to look ahead knowing he'll return in 2010.

*If Virginia has a list of candidates in mind, school officials are the only ones who know who's on it. But why not Jim Grobe? He's got at least one person's vote.

*NC State coach Tom O'Brien said it was the most difficult season he's been through as a coach.

*Clemson's latest move to promote C.J. Spiller in the Heisman campaign cost a pretty penny, but will it pay off?

*Even if Spiller doesn't win the Heisman, Georgia Tech still has to find a way to stop him on Saturday.

*Boston College has come to an agreement with Under Armour to outfit the Eagles for the next six years.

*Former Virginia coach Al Groh wasn't the only one who was fired this weekend. All but two assistants were told to leave, graduate assistants included. Maybe Groh just wasn't meant to be a college coach.

*Richmond coach Mike London addressed the speculation he could be next in line for Groh's job, but that's not his focus right now.

*UNC could be destined for the Music City Bowl, thanks to its hoops tradition, not football.

*What kind of an effect will playing each other during the regular season have on Clemson and Georgia Tech?

*After finishing the season on a winning note, Miami is ready for a quick break before bowl season.
All things considered, Boston College can take a lot of pride in what it accomplished this year.

*If there's one game that wraps up Duke's season, it was the season opener against Richmond.

*Georgia Tech special teams coach Jeff Monken was hired as Georgia Southern's next head coach.

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