Saturday, December 24, 2011

ACC Football Links

Virginia Tech's kicker has been suspended indefinitely for the Allstate Sugar Bowl after he was charged with a felony for armed breaking and entering.

Playing in the ACC as opposed to the Big East does matter to some recruits.

Maryland has hired its offensive coordinator, but is defensive coordinator Todd Bradford the next man out?

Mike Locksley's ability to recruit might be more valuable than his ability to run the offense.

Did BC finally find some stability at its coordinator position?

Player development has been critical to Clemson's success this year.

The Independence Bowl will be an audition for the Tar Heels and for their new coach, Larry Fedora.

What can FSU gain from a bowl win over Notre Dame? Coley Harvey has the answers.

Georgia Tech is hoping to change its label with a bowl win.

What were the top five individual moments of the season?

Jumping in "the moat" means one thing: Practices are over this year at Clemson.

David Glenn talked to Everett Withers recently about his time at North Carolina and what appealed to him about the Ohio State position.

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson answered several questions recently about this season.

Maryland is getting closer to hiring Mike Locksley as offensive coordinator, according to The Baltimore Sun.

If Virginia can't run the ball on Auburn, it doesn't deserve to win, writes Aaron McFarling.

High school running back Randy "Duke" Johnson thinks he can carry Miami back on his back.

Wake Forest safety Josh Bush has helped the Deacs' D make measurable improvement this year.

Virginia receiver Kris Burd takes pride in his blocking, and it shows.

Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas has one game to go, and he's already had one of the best rookie seasons in school history.

We may or may not see FSU receiver Bert Reed in the bowl game.

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