Friday, December 2, 2011

ACC Football Links

(Mitch Stringer-US Presswire)
By Heather Dinich/ESPN

Uncertainty is the only certainty right now for Clemson offensive lineman Brandon Thomas, who is preparing to fill in for injured starter Phillip Price, whose status is still in question.

If Georgia Tech offers a scholarship, this Atlanta-based running back will accept it.

A second player, running back D.J. Adams, has decided to leave Maryland's program

The awards are just beginning for BC linebacker Luke Kuechly.

Can Clemson get back to being a linebacker factory?

Former Miami receiver Aldarius Johnson has hired an agent and is working toward a second chance at playing again.

Florida State kick returner Karlos Williams will probably miss the bowl game with a broken wrist.

Logan Thomas is turning into a heckuva quarterback -- especially for a tight end.

FSU and Miami need to worry -- Urban Meyer is back on the recruiting trail.

Virginia Tech offensive lineman Blake DeChristopher has a lumberjack's beard and a prankster's personality.

Clemson is concerned about the regression of quarterback Tajh Boyd.

All ACC fans should hope that Virginia Tech RB David Wilson doesn't leave early. He's an amazing athlete and quite a character.

FOSTER (Doug Benc/Getty Images)
Hokies' defensive coordinator Bud Foster wasn't happy to learn that none of his players made first-team all-conference.

Despite Foster's impressive coaching job this season, he hasn't been contacted yet about any openings.

The entire team struggled to handle the success of its 8-0 start.

Virginia Tech wanted a rematch against Clemson, and the Hokies got it.

Much has changed since Clemson embarrassed Virginia Tech on its home field.

Miami recruiting is making headlines again.

Wake Forest will enter its bowl game on a sour note.

Virginia coach Mike London is working out a contract extension to keep him around, and it's where he wants to be.

You think the Hokies are a lock for their fifth ACC title? Think again.

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