Thursday, September 6, 2012

ACC Football Links

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Heather Dinich and Andrea Adelson of ESPN.com’s ACC Blog.

If you can’t find something here that interests you, there’s not a damn thing we can do about it!

Chase Rettig's performance stood out in a loss.

A maturing Tajh Boyd is drawing raves for Clemson.

Duke is far from complacent after its victory against FIU, with a trip to Stanford looming.

Brandon Jenkins' injury doesn't have to be tragic for Florida State.

Another game effort yields another galling loss for Georgia Tech.

Maryland's Marcus Leak is much more dedicated and mature in his sophomore season.

Miami has to fix its pass defense after "mental errors" cost it against Boston College.

Andrew Carter of The News & Observer puts North Carolina's punt return yardage into perspective.

Interceptions and pressure were missing from the NC State defense against Tennessee.

Michael Rocco is firmly in control of the Virginia offense.

Corey Fuller was an unsung hero for Virginia Tech.

Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe didn't have to do much to get his players focused on North Carolina.

Boston College failed to execute on defense against Miami.

Adjustments on defense paid off for Clemson in the opener.

Duke cornerback Lee Butler adds versatility to the secondary.

Much more on Florida State losing Brandon Jenkins, with lots of links from Coley Harvey at The Orlando Sentinel.

Georgia Tech missed a huge opportunity to pull the upset, writes Mark Bradley in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Miami running back Duke Johnson gave college football a wake-up call.

There were expected changes to the Maryland depth chart.

North Carolina wants to go even faster on offense. Warp speed, Mr. Sulu!

NC State will see a familiar face on the UConn sideline.

Andy Staples of SI.com gives his take on Virginia Tech's big win.

Virginia is a heavy favorite to beat Penn State.

Wake Forest president Nathan Hatch discusses some ACC issues, including expansion and ... Notre Dame.

Athlon Sports has its post-Week 1 power rankings up.

Boston College coach Frank Spaziani called his team's loss to Miami "a lost victory."

Clemson coach Dabo Swinney raved about his team's dominating performance up frontagainst Auburn.

Duke coach David Cutcliffe said his team's performance against FIU was one of the best he's seen.

Florida State game MVP James Wilder Jr. planned to sleep with his game ball.

Georgia Tech's seniors will honor Julian Barnett by taking turns wearing his No. 40 jersey.

Maryland coach Randy Edsall never considered benching Perry Hills in the opener against William & Mary.

Jorge Milian of The Palm Beach Post hands out his grades for Miami.

North Carolina got instant gratification in Larry Fedora's debut.

NC State coach Tom O'Brien said his team just had a bad performance against Tennessee.

Virginia quarterback Phillip Sims was impressive in his quiet debut.

Andy Bitter has some final Virginia Tech notes before the big game.

Wake Forest survived a "scary game," coach Jim Grobe said.

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