Friday, October 5, 2012

ACC Football Links

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By Heather Dinich | ESPN.com

The Hokies have their work cut out for them in the Coastal Division.

Georgia Tech's recruits aren't too scared of the Jackets' 2-3 start.

Poor tackling has been at the heart of the problem for Al Groh's defense.


Duke finally has some room to talk a little trash.

N.C. State is hoping its players-only meeting will make a difference against FSU.

The Canes are preparing for a Heisman-caliber defender in Notre Dame's Manti Te'o.

Virginia quarterback Phillip Sims needed some clues to learn he would be starting against Duke.

Virginia Tech is trying whatever it can to stop the slow starts.

No matter what the view, it looks like Al Groh is struggling.

What is the state of ACC football?

Maryland's X factor could be its fullback.

Duke's facilities upgrade shows a commitment to the program.

Boston College defensive end Mehdi Abdesmad is the son of Tunisian immigrants.

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