Tuesday, November 2, 2010

ACC Football Links

*Can Georgia Tech beat Virginia Tech? There's always a chance with Joshua Nesbitt at quarterback.
*You can always count on B-back Anthony Allen to tweet it like it is.
*Georgia Tech's run-based scheme could provide more playing time for Jeron Gouveia-Winslow.
*A bond has formed at Virginia among former coach Al Groh's "misfits."
*Virginia coach Mike London is a storyteller, and his players are hanging on every word.
*It was a tough decision for BC safety Wes Davis to leave the football team.
*Clemson backup quarterback Tajh Boyd should see some playing time against NC State.
*Can Stephen Morris bring Miami back to life? Coach Randy Shannon still hasn't ruled out Jacoby Harris.
*A tough November lies ahead for N.C. State.UNC still has "a little bit of hope" in the Coastal Division race.
*Last year's 2-10 season is a constant source of motivation for coach Ralph Friedgen and his team.
*Anthony Allen versus Jonathan Dwyer. You might be surprised. A lack of third-down conversions has been a bigger factor for the Jackets.
*BC safety Wes Davis has decided to move on without football. It's a completely understandable move considering his medical history with the game. Defensive coordinator Bill McGovern was able to work some magic without four starters on Saturday. Now they've got to do it again -- and again -- on the road.
*A seven-win season and a bowl game doesn't sound like such a stretch now for Virginia.
*Good luck trying to make sense of Miami.
*NC State quarterback Russell Wilson was back to his 2008 form last week.
*Butch Davis had to tell his team to "man up" against William & Mary?
*FSU is recruiting some top talent, but ...
*Virginia Tech running back Ryan Williams is getting closer to full strength just when the team needs him most -- in November.
*Duke's win over Navy is something it can build on.

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