Tuesday, November 8, 2011

ACC Football Links

(Ethan Hyman/Raleigh News & Observer)
By Heather Dinich/ESPN ACC Blog

The feud continues between N.C. State and North Carolina

Surprise: The Wolfpack might make it to a bowl game, after all

Linebacker play has been integral to Virginia's defensive improvement

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson doesn't sound too concerned about Bud Foster's tweaking of the Hokies' defense.

Georgia Tech quarterback Tevin Washington was thrown into the fire against the Hokies last year. This season, he's a little more prepared.

The key for Virginia Tech's defense will be stopping the deep passes.

Miami backup quarterback Stephen Morris is content to wait behind Jacory Harris.

(Chuck Burton/AP Photos)
FSU, known for its wide-right field goals, is confident it has the right guy in Dustin Hopkins.

Clemson didn't go back to the drawing board this week. Instead, offensive coordinator Chad Morris tried to focus on what the Tigers do well and do it even better.

Wake Forest, though, could still win the Atlantic Division if it can beat Clemson.

Former Penn State defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky was once a candidate to coach at both Maryland and Virginia.

Wait a minute: Did Randy Edsall just compare his first season to Connecticut 13 years ago? Maryland is FBS level, right? And won nine games last year, right.

In other baffling news, how could North Carolina not have been emotionally invested in an in-state rivalry game in which they've lost four straight?

(Patrick Semansky/AP Photos)
Miami earned some good grades for its win against Duke.

UNC, Maryland, Duke and BC? Epic fail.

And Duke coach David Cutcliffe is pretty irritated about it.

Feeling blue, Clemson fans? Here are five reasons to stay optimistic.

Miami quarterback Jacory Harris is playing at the top of his game heading into the matchup against FSU.

Virginia Tech defensive coordinator Bud Foster has made some significant changes to his lineup in preparation for Georgia Tech.

UVa took the first step in trying to change the perception of the program.

Here's a closer look at the matchup between FSU and Miami.

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