Wednesday, October 27, 2010

ACC Lots O' Links

Paul Johnson
From Heather Dinich at ESPN's ACC blog.

Whoever would have thought the biggest problem with Paul Johnson's offense would be the lack of a big-play wide receiver?

It would also help if the Jackets could win the battle up front.

Maryland makes the stops when it counts -- on fourth down and in the red zone.

Clemson wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins gives quarterback Kyle Parker some margin for error when he throws.

NC State kicker Josh Czajkowski has a pregame routine he always sticks to. Some might say he's even a little superstitious.

Virginia sophomore tight end Paul Freedman has learned how to score -- and celebrate it.

Good news, bad news for the Canes. Good news? Seantrel Henderson has been as good as advertised. Bad news? He has to be, because Orlando Franklin is hurt.

It was a long process, but UNC cornerback Kendric Burney has finally been cleared to play.

Thursday night's game looms large for the Atlantic Division standings.

Mike London's academic requirement didn't end when the season started -- just ask the three players who were benched this past weekend.

Virginia Tech's defense has been preparing for Georgia Tech since the offseason.

Can Virginia snap its nine-game losing streak in ACC games? Not if the Canes have anything to say about it.

There are two ways of looking at Maryland's season. I say combine 'em both for the most accurate picture.

BC is in danger of its first losing season since 1998, and there isn't much coach Frank Spaziani can do about it.


Ryan Williams
Clemson running back Andre Ellington will face one of the nation's best run defenses at Boston College, but can the Eagles keep it up without some of their injured starters?

Is there an upset brewing this weekend in Chapel Hill? The ingredients are certainly there for William & Mary to knock off the Tar Heels -- including former UNC quarterback Mike Paulus.

NC State is rested and ready for the Noles, and it's been a while since a game like this meant so much to the Pack's chances at winning the division.

Playing Thursday night games in the state of North Carolina has become routine for the Seminoles.

Miami fans should be thanking Vaughn Telemaque -- not only for his streak of takeaways, but also for his much-needed leadership.

Virginia Tech running back Ryan Williams was recovering from more than just a hamstring strain -- it was a minor tear.

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