Friday, September 16, 2011

ACC Lunchtime Links (Thursday and Friday)

STEPHEN HILL (Johnny Crawford/McClatchy-Tribune News)
By Heather Dinich/ESPN

Miami lost tight end Blake Ayles for the season after a concussion sidelined him.

FSU receiver Kenny Shaw works solo -- and it pays off for the team.

The nuts and bolts of FSU's showdown with Oklahoma.

Here's a breakdown of what happens when FSU has the ball, and when the Noles are on defense.

It's been a strong start to the season for Georgia Tech receiver Stephen Hill.

It's taken Cris Hill a few years to figure out his role with Virginia Tech.

Quarterback Chase Rettig is looking to lead BC to its first win of the season.

Duke, meanwhile, will be down a few key players on the injured list. BC knows a little something about that, too.

Virginia still has some secrets it hasn't revealed yet.

CATANZARO AFTER MISSING A KICK IN OVERTIME IN A LOSS
TO AUBURN LAST SEPTEMBER (Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images)
Is Clemson kicker Chandler Catanzaro ready for another high-pressure situation?

Is Texas really a good fit for the ACC?


Wake Forest will look to control the clock with its running game on Saturday.

Georgia Tech has also stated its loyalty to the ACC.

The NCAA was back on North Carolina's campus this week.

Ryan Williams and David Wilson both had a fumble early in their careers that drove them nuts.

The ACC has a chance to make some noise this weekend.

The best-laid coach-in-waiting plans often go awry.

The Boston College Eagles are a "fragile little group." Not exactly the way fans probably want to hear their team described.

Clemson and Auburn are on the cutting edge offensively.

THORPE (Robert Willett/News & Observer)
UNC coaches are feeling good about return man T.J. Thorpe, who is off to a fast start.

Pony up, FSU fans. The campaign for an indoor practice facility is underway.

Has Wake Forest found the second coming of Alphonso Smith?

Miami's Brandon Washington could return to a familiar job -- protecting Jacory Harris' blind side.

Clemson's matchup against Auburn could be bigger for the home Tigers.

The jury is still out on NC State's loss to Wake Forest, but both coaches seem to agree on this:
The Deacs are better than they were last year.

Virginia had too many passes batted down against IU last weekend.

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