Monday, August 20, 2012

ACC Football Links

ACC Football is fast approaching...first game is August 31: N.C. State vs. Tennessee in the Chic-fil-A Gay Marriage Bowl.

Here are some ESPN ACC Blog links from Heather Dinich:

The Tar Heels are ready to move on, regardless of their postseason ban.

Duke -- yes, Duke -- is trying to bring some swagger to the ACC. Love the black helmets. Good start.

Clemson's offensive line will be tested early. This isn't the first time Clemson's young offensive line could be exposed in the Georgia Dome.

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson said the Jackets made "a lot of mistakes" in their latest scrimmage.

BC receiver Alex Amidon is hoping the Eagles can stretch the field this year.

Maryland quarterback Perry Hills played in his first scrimmage as the Terps' starter.

FSU's game-day experience checks in at No. 2 on Andrew Jones' list.

Wake Forest, as usual, will likely redshirt most of its recruiting class.

There are fans, and then there are super fans.

Miami lost a lot from last year's depth chart -- but not its top scorer.

N.C. State is making the most out of its junior college transfers.

Can Bryn Renner be mobile enough to be the quarterback Larry Fedora needs? He will certainly try.

Moving on is a lot easier said than done in Chapel Hill.

PERRY HILLS
Virginia Tech's Corey Marshall is ready to make an impact on the defensive line.

Here is some insight on what to expect from the Blue Devils this season.

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney is giving his players a break.

It's around this time that a lot of players tend to hit the wall. Not this Miami fullback.

Georgia Tech's wide receivers have a few surprises in store.

Athlon Sports had ACC coaches talk anonymously about their league opponents.

Perry Hills' high school coach says the new Maryland starter is the "whole package."

UNC running back Giovani Bernard is going to get his chances in Larry Fedora's offense.

Virginia's offensive line is trying to maintain its high standards.

Wake Forest noseguard Nikita Whitlock makes every snap count at practice.

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