Wednesday, October 24, 2012

ACC Football Links

From| ESPN.com
Duke football is more than just relevant -- it's leading the Coastal Division.

Duke has bigger goals than bowl eligibility.

Wake Forest tends to find a way to give Clemson its best shot.

UNC is playing for pride, and that might be enough against NC State.

NC State redshirt freshman defensive back Juston Burris will be living a dream this weekend.

Wake Forest receiver Michael Campanaro could be back in the lineup this weekend.

Here's a breakdown of the Hokies' offense at their bye week.

It's a good thing the Canes have a bye week, because quarterback Stephen Morris could use a break.

Maryland defensive lineman A.J. Francis is the best quote. Ever.

Florida State will be looking for help from its other rushing options now that Chris Thompson is down and out.

Here are six coaches who will be popular when jobs start opening across the country.

What's wrong with Virginia? Here are three things that make perfect sense.

Georgia Tech is a little bit concerned about BYU's age difference.

Boston College has had two problems on defense: an inability to stop big plays and get off the field on third down.

Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris wants better focus from his offense. School president 

Duke's win over North Carolina was especially meaningful for the players who came before.

It is time for Devonta Freeman and James Wilder Jr. to step up for Florida State.

How has Georgia Tech fared against Top 25 run defenses?

Patrick Stevens of The Washington Times breaks down the string of quarterback injuries at Maryland, going back to 1998. It isn't pretty.

Jeremy Fowler of CBSSports.com says Miami faces a long climb back but believes there are reasons for hope.

Did North Carolina coach Larry Fedora take a trip to Party City?

NC State is preparing for Giovani Bernard.

Virginia's defensive line has been a bright spot.

Virginia Tech plans on paring down its running back rotation during the bye.

Wake Forest's offense goes minimalist.

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