Thursday, November 11, 2010

ACC Football Links

ACC football links via ESPN's ACC blog.

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson is in unfamiliar territory this season.
It hasn't been easy being BC utility player Billy Flutie.
Are tendencies good or bad? Sometimes, they can be both.
BC coach Frank Spaziani and right guard Thomas Claiborne are on the same page again.
NC State quarterback Russell Wilson hasn't made his mind up yet about whether he'll return for 2011.
UNC's tailback situation remains uncertain heading into the Virginia Tech game.
Virginia is hoping cornerback Ras-I Dowling can make one final appearance in Scott Stadium.
Miami quarterback Jacory Harris was able to throw the ball around a little bit, but he's still not ready to play.
ACC fans in the Triangle, welcome to ESPN3.
If you're going to get into a discussion about chop blocks with Paul Johnson, you better know the difference between a cut block and a chop block.
Virginia Tech has made a habit out of finishing strong.
FSU's biggest problem? Focus. Regardless, the Seminoles' bowl picture is becoming clearer.
The difference in Georgia Tech's season this year? A little bit of misfortune.
After its 2-10 season last year, the Terps should be happy with whatever bowl they wind up in this year.
BC is slowly making progress, but it's also running out of games.
Clemson's first black football player is still laying foundations.
Can Virginia play the role of spoiler against the Terps this weekend?Miami's recruits are turning heads.
Virginia Tech is banged up heading into Chapel Hill, but it pales in comparison to what the Heels have been through.
Don't count Duke out of the postseason just yet.
Duke's defense has made just enough plays for a two-game winning streak.
FSU is lacking that killer instinct.
(Photos by Josh D. Weiss/US Presswire)

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