Tuesday, September 28, 2010

ACC Lunchtime Links

By Heather Dinich/Espn.com/ACC Blog

*I's the offense's fault. No, the defense. No, the offense.
*Duke coach David Cutcliffe had a feeling his offense might be erratic.
*Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher has been trying to tell us his defense has potential. It showed in a shutout against Wake Forest. Here are some important things to know about that FSU win.
*Rushing touchdowns? Who needs 'em? Not Virginia.
*Virginia Tech saw on film that BC quarterback Dave Shinskie "folds under pressure." So they pressured him. Smart Hokies.
*Boston College might have to take a gamble on a freshman quarterback four weeks into the season.
*What's up with Georgia Tech? Even CPJ is trying to figure this one out. Miami quarterback Jacory Harris remains the "same unflappable guy" despite throwing six picks in the past two games.
*Here's a breakdown on your Tobacco Road teams.
*Welcome back to national relevance, NC State. Watch out, ACC, the Pack are back.
*Miami might offer Clemson's defensive backs their toughest test of the season (or, they'll show the Canes' receivers how to catch).
*Do the Terps have a new quarterback in Danny O'Brien?
*With Georgia Tech wide receiver Stephen Hill being a little inconsistent, Tyler Melton and Correy Earls have helped pick up the slack.
*Clemson right tackle Landon Walker compared blocking Miami's Allen Bailey to former Georgia Tech defensive end Derrick Morgan.
*NC State has a chance to be great, but history reminds us that a 4-0 start doesn't always translate to further success.
*UNC can't afford to lose any more players, especially ones as valuable as Johnny White and Quan Sturdivant, who were both injured at Rutgers.
*FSU quarterback Christian Ponder says his arm is feeling much better.
*With the rest of Virginia's secondary banged up, cornerback Chase Minnifield has had a chance to shine.
*Message to ACC defensive coordinators: Virginia Tech is going to run the ball when in the red zone, in case you didn't figure that out already.
*Miami linebacker Jordan Futch had to overcome personal tragedy along with an injury.

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