Friday, October 22, 2010

ACC Football Links

Cutcliffe with Alabama's Nick Saban
Via Heather Dinich at ESPN.com's ACC Blog:

David Cutcliffe’s take on quarterback Sean Renfree and the outside influences: "He knows who to listen to -- [Duke assistant] Kurt Roper, his daddy and me. The rest of ya, the hell with ya."

North Carolina true freshman offensive lineman James Hurst will get one of his biggest challenges of the season on Saturday against Miami's Olivier Vernon.

Forget the past, Georgia Tech and Clemson. It's a new season.

It's about time John Blake surrendered. Make a public statement. Apologize. Apologize to Butch Davis and his players, apologize to North Carolina fans and apologize to your lawyers for making them take the heat for you.

Individually, Miami has some players on offense who are having outstanding seasons. Collectively? They're still not producing the results they want to see -- namely points.

When it comes to hiring coaches, Georgia Tech's Paul Johnson and Clemson's Dabo Swinney are reminders not to get too caught up in labels.

BC offensive coordinator Gary Tranquill is in a tough spot having to start from scratch with a new quarterback two years in a row.
Hokie Danny Coale

FSU coach Jimbo Fisher is even happier with his team now than he was after it stomped on Miami.

UVA walk-on Trevor Grywatch sacrificed a bit of himself to help save another.

Do you snore? If so, Virginia Tech fans kindly ask that you stay away from Dyrell Roberts and Danny Coale at their team hotels on the eve of games.

If Duke is going to have any chance at stopping Virginia Tech's potent offense, the Blue Devils will need to have their defense as close to full strength as possible.

Georgia Tech kicker Scott Blair waos 6-for-6 on field goals against Clemson in two games last year. He's ready for another close one.

Overall, Clemson has been average this year. You can't spell Clemson without a C, right?

Maryland's starting right tackle suffered two broken legs in a scooter accident.
Pete DeSouza

 Virginia running back Keith Payne will continue to get opportunities as long as he continues to earn them from Mike London.

Virginia Tech wide receiver Danny Coale's game has fluctuated like the stock market -- and he knows both.

Yes, Miami coach Randy Shannon is tired of losing to Butch Davis.UNC's mess started in a place the former Miami coach used to tell his players to avoid -- Miami Beach.

Davis at least appears to have the support of his fans.

UNC tailback Ryan Houston is still waiting to find out if he'll redshirt.

BC defensive back Jim Noel has earned another start.

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