Thursday, November 17, 2011

ACC Football Links

O'BRIEN (Baltimore Sun Photo)
By Heather Dinich/ESPN

Virginia Tech has lost at home to North Carolina before, and the Hokies are determined not to let it happen again.

Clemson defensive coordinator Kevin Steele isn't thrilled with the defensive stats this year, but he's more concerned about the scoreboard.

Georgia Tech could be without its top defender AND its top offensive playmaker this weekend against Duke.

The Jackets are out of the ACC race, but there is still plenty to play for.

The future of Maryland quarterback Danny O'Brien remains in question.

The goals have changed for Wake Forest following its loss to Clemson.

Did Wake's defense find the key to defending Clemson's offense?

Lots of news and notes for you out of Miami.

Florida State says it's not looking ahead to the trip to rival Florida.

UVa true freshman cornerback Demetrious Nicholson, who played with FSU quarterback EJ Manuel for one season at Bayside High in Virginia Beach, is ready to match up against him.

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher and Virginia coach Mike London share more in common than just football.

UVa's running game might hit a wall against Florida State.

Virginia Tech defensive lineman Derrick Hopkins has stepped up his game, despite missing his brother in the lineup.

Virginia coach Mike London has gotten some closure on the pass interference call that had him worked up.

BRADHAM #13 (Al Diaz/Miami Herald Photo)
Everyone seems to agree that Nigel Bradham's hit was clean.

Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris continues to push his players hard.

NC State is trying to dig its way out of a ditch.

Don't expect Miami coach Al Golden to be so patient in Year 2.

UNC quarterback Bryn Renner is ready to roll and has recovered from what he called a mild concussion.

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