Thursday, November 25, 2010

Grab A Drumstick And A Low Calorie Link Or Two…

*The season didn't go as planned for Wake Forest, but the Deacs have one chance left to end their losing streak.
*Maryland offensive lineman Pete DeSouza, who was injured in a motor scooter accident a month ago, met with reporters for the first time and said he plans on making a comeback this spring.
*Virginia Tech beat Virginia -- in the recruiting battle that meant the most in 2007.
*Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson is more frustrated about his players' lack of motivation than anything else. That shouldn't be a problem this week. Shouldn't.
*Clemson's defense will have some double trouble against South Carolina.
*Winning its rivalry game can help Duke in a lot of ways.I'm telling you, it's better for FSU to beat Florida than to play in the ACC championship game.
*BC running back Andre Williams will bring a different style than Montel Harris.
*Let the quarterback competition at Miami begin.
*Be warned, Terps -- it only took 9.91 seconds for NC State's T.J. Graham to run a punt return 87 yards for a touchdown.
*BC running back Montel Harris is out for the Syracuse game and possibly the bowl game.
*Year 4 has been a big one for NC State coach Tom O'Brien.
*Virginia Tech's Jayron Hosley is chasing a 43-year-old school record.
*Anthony Allen's transition to B-back has paid off in another 1,000-yard rusher for the Jackets.
*Despite Maryland's loss on Saturday, it's been an impressive season for the Terps.
*Luke Kuechly's production has been simply astounding this year.
*UNC's Kevin Reddick and NC State's Jarvis Williams won't face further punishment for their scuffle this past weekend.
Jimbo Fisher says personal fouls should be reviewable.
Steve Gorten has some bowl scenarios for the Canes.Here's another very thorough look at bowl scenarios.
There's more to Virginia's team than just wins and losses, and it starts at the top.
Clemson's passing game against South Carolina's pass D is something worth watching Saturday.

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