Thursday, November 3, 2011

ACC Football Links

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BC freshman linebacker Sean Duggan has made the most of his unexpected opportunity in the starting lineup.

BC running back Rolandan "Deuce" Finch expects to be the center of Florida State's attention.

Sure, FSU quarterback EJ Manuel has been good during the Noles' winning streak, buthe's had some help from a deep receiving corps.

The Noles have been getting lots of balance out of their passing game.

David Teel makes another great point regarding conference realignment. It's time for a divorce in the Big East.

Were expectations too high for Maryland quarterback Danny O'Brien this season? Randy Edsall seems to think so, but I respectfully disagree.

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Jim Grobe might have to -- gasp -- play a true freshman running back with only four games left in the regular season. Injuries can do that to a coach.

If Clemson wants to keep offensive coordinator Chad Morris around, it's probably going to have to pony up some cash.

Georgia Tech defensive coordinator Al Groh addressed a variety of topics recently.

It doesn't sound like Miami coach Al Golden is going anywhere.

Quarterbacks Mike Glennon and Bryn Renner are ready for their defining moments of the season.

With 13 players on its roster from Maryland, Virginia has made a recruiting home in the Terps' backyard

For at least one Cavalier, former Maryland coach Ralph Friedgen made the decision to choose Virginia easy.

Virginia's freshmen have become regular contributors this year.

After taking a lot of heat, Georgia Tech's special teams got some redemption against Clemson.
NC State is doing its best to move on after the loss to FSU.

UNC interim coach Everett Withers is taking a different approach to the rivalry game than his predecessor -- he's acknowledging it.

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Clemson running back Andre Ellington should be full strength for the Wake Forest game.

David Teel says no running back in the country is better than Virginia Tech's David Wilson.


Miami coach Al Golden is tired of his "clock-punchers." Get ready for some pink slips.

FSU coach Jimbo Fisher isn't a big fan of the five-day turnaround.

The Terps have hit rock bottom, but hey, there's a quarterback controversy worth watching.

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