Wednesday, November 17, 2010

ACC Football Links

By Heather Dinich- ESPN ACC Blog
*Plenty of bowl possibilities still remain, but first a few teams have to become eligible.
*One advantage for Duke heading into its game against Georgia Tech is its familiarity with the option offense.
*BC's defense is the reason behind the 5-5 record right now. The offense is a work in progress.
*The roles are reversed this year for NC State and UNC. Will the outcome be, too?
*One thing is for sure -- winning this rivalry game is the top priority for Tom O'Brien.
*Sorry to see Ras-I Dowling's college career come to an end too soon.
*Mike London is hoping his top rushers, Keith Payne and Perry Jones, are available for the BC game.
*For the first time since taking over for Robert Marve, Miami quarterback Jacory Harris looks like the underdog. The quarterback situation has overshadowed the game against Virginia Tech.Who's better? Steve Gorten makes a case for both.
*FSU quarterback Christian Ponder is ready to take his starting job back.
*The Hokies' defense is taking its time waking up in games.
*What does the future hold for Maryland and coach Ralph Friedgen? Not even he knows.
*Georgia Tech is working on cutting down its mistakes in the final two weeks.
*Maryland had some lofty goals this preseason, and it's in the midst of making them happen.
*BC coach Frank Spaziani has preached one game at a time, and now the Eagles are one win away from bowl eligibility.
*Clemson's red zone woes are enough to make any coach lose it.
*UNC just didn't play good enough -- it's that simple.Duke coach David Cutcliffe is still confident he's got his team heading in the right direction.
*Signs, signs, everywhere there's signs, and they're pointing to Stephen Morris as Miami's starter.
*Russell Wilson was honored on senior day. Has Carter-Finley seen the last of him?
*There are plenty of Virginia Tech-Miami memories to talk about, and this year should add to the excitement of the series.
*FSU quarterback Christian Ponder could have played against Clemson, but he didn't need to -- E.J. Manuel was clutch.
*Virginia is starting to play for its future in the next two games, looking to get some younger players on the field.

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