Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Dinich’s Lunchtime Links


EDSALL (Rob Carr/Getty Images)
By Heather Dinich/ESPN

There's plenty of news out there, starting with the first conference win of the season ...

Maryland coach Randy Edsall's problems pale in comparison to what Miami coach Al Golden is going through.

The Terps' uniforms weren't the only thing new in College Park on Monday night.

What did the ACC commish have to say about Miami's ongoing NCAA investigation?

The decision of UNC interim coach Everett Withers to give fired coach Butch Davis a game ball was a bad idea.

BC got some bad news Monday after it learned that receiver Ifeanyi Momah will miss the rest of the season.

Virginia rookie cornerback Demetrious Nicholson knows opposing offenses are going to be throwing his way to "pick on the kid" this year.

BADOUR AND WITHERS (Gerry Broom/AP Photo)
UNC will lose its starting fullback for the season.

David Wilson broke 15 tackles on his 16 carries on Saturday. Wow.

Hokies' kickoff man Justin Myer has the best leg on the team.

Georgia Tech defensive end Izaan Cross shares his thoughts on the D-line.

Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris doesn't want to sound negative, but he was "ticked off" on Saturday.

Gio Bernard is inspired by his late mother, whom he called his "lead blocker."

Duke is moving on after its loss to Richmond. Or at least trying to.

Florida State insists it is not looking ahead to Oklahoma.

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