Tuesday, September 18, 2012

ACC Football Links

By Andrea Adelson and Heather Dinich/ESPN.com

BC's ground game is going nowhere.

Clemson is ready to prove its worth against the Florida State defense.
(Ranier Ehrhardt/Getty Images)

Duke seeks to keep its edge after a big win last week.

Faith and family have played an important role in FSU running back Chris Thompson's comeback.

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson says his team can still play a lot better.

Maryland is set to resume its border rivalry with West Virginia.

Miami linebacker Denzel Perryman is likely out against Georgia Tech.

It was always a matter of time before UNC Chancellor Holden Thorp resigned. North Carolina is a team seeking an identity.

N.C. State linebacker Sterling Lucas is making his presence felt this season.

Virginia coach Mike London wants his team to forget about what happened last week.

There is still uncertainty in the Virginia Tech offense.

Dan Collins gives his thoughts on Wake Forest receiver Michael Campanaro.

I'm not the only one who thinks Georgia Tech could be a real player in the Coastal Division.
(Scott Cunningham/Getty Images)


Virginia and Virginia Tech didn't quite make the grade in Week 3.

Florida State had about 24 hours to enjoy its win over Wake Forest before moving on to Clemson.
The Noles will "break the scoreboard" if Clemson's D doesn't improve quickly.

UVa's defense "played terribly" at Georgia Tech.

N.C. State got its win over South Alabama, but questions about blocking and the running game remain.

North Carolina was a different team from half to half against Louisville.

The return of Duke receiver Blair Holliday gave the Blue Devils an emotional lift on Saturday.
Questions still remain for Clemson's offensive line.

Maryland's youth was on the clock against Connecticut.
(Andy Lyons/Getty Images)
One bright spot for Boston College in the loss to Northwestern was its defensive line play. The Eagles' offensive problems are something to work on during the bye week.

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