Thursday, September 27, 2012

ACC Football Links

(Lon Horwedel/Icon SMI)
By Heather Dinich and Andrea Adelson/ESPN.com

Duke receiver Conner Vernon could become the ACC's new career leader in receptions this weekend.

The Wake Forest defense will get yet another look on Saturday from a different offense.

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson says he is an optimist.

Kyle Fuller's return to the lineup can't be undervalued for Virginia Tech.

Hokies linebacker Tariq Edwards isn't ready to return yet.

Brent Venables says there is still plenty of time for Clemson's D to improve.

Miami and N.C. State haven't played since 2008.

The Canes' receivers are picking up the slack by committee.

(Bill Frakes/Sports Illustrated)
North Carolina's in good shape -- in the second half.

Shadrach Thornton gave N.C. State the spark it has been missing in the running game.

Virginia linebacker D.J. Hill is getting used to filling in for LaRoy Reynolds.

Boston College got extra time to prepare for Clemson.

Inexperience looks to be a bigger factor than talent level in Clemson's offensive line woes.

Duke's defense has improved, thanks to its line.

Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher says it's time to put the foot on the gas.

Paul Johnson's approach is hurting Georgia Tech, says Mark Bradley in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Maryland running back Brandon Ross had a mixed bag in his collegiate debut.

(Chris Szagola/Cal Sport Media)
Redshirt freshman Matt Goudis is competing for the starting punter job at Miami while Dalton Botts recovers from a sprained ankle.

Yahoo! Sports goes behind the scenes at North Carolina last week during game preparations for East Carolina.

N.C. State will have running back Tony Creecy available against Miami.

Virginia is expecting more out of Michael Rocco.

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