Thursday, October 13, 2011

ACC Football Links

JOSH HARRIS (Chuck Burton/AP)
By Heather Dinich/ESPN

Boston College athletic director Gene DeFilippo apologized for his recent statementsregarding ACC expansion and UConn.

Are Clemson fans watching the fastest team in school history?

Who is going to start at quarterback for Maryland? It remains a mystery until game day.

How's this for a game plan (last two questions)?

Virginia's defense is getting ready for a chess match with master playcaller Paul Johnson.

Injured Virginia Tech defensive end James Gayle is hoping to play against Wake Forest, but defensive line coach Charley Wiles isn't as optimistic.

Miami is taking a "no excuses" approach to its porous defense.

DUKE FANS (Chuck Liddy/News & Observer)
Some said UNC receiver Joshua Adams would never play football again, but with a rare disease now in remission, he has a chance to step on the field again.

Duke running back Desmond Scott is recovering from another injury and could see some more snaps this weekend.

FSU coach Jimbo Fisher is ready to hold his assistants accountable.

Wake Forest running back Josh Harris is determined to play this weekend, despite a tight hamstring.

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