Thursday, November 22, 2012

ACC Football Links

By Heather Dinich |
Athlon has some top storylines and predictions for Week 13.

There are still plenty of possibilities for the ACC's bowl lineup.

What does Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson really mean during UGA week?

Clemson's defense will have a chance to show whether or not it has really improved.

Maryland coach Randy Edsall is already adjusting his recruiting.

Hokies' receiver Marcus Davis is closing in on a school record.

The NCAA's system is flawed, and this letter to former Miami players proves it.

UVa might be without Morgan Moses against the Hokies.

Martin Scales is trying to make the most out of his limited snaps.

Jimbo Fisher says his top-notch juniors better be focused on the Gators, not the draft.

By Andrea Adelson |
Clemson offensive coordinator Chad Morris is ready for another shot at South Carolina.

The Florida-Florida State rivalry game means plenty this season.

Georgia Tech is thinking about Georgia -- not the ACC title game.

Washington Post columnist Mike Wise says Maryland's move to the Big Ten reeks of desperation.

 The Big Ten made its move with an eye toward the future. Will there be adomino effect in the ACC? Relocation is all about location, location, location says Pat Forde of Yahoo! Sports.

Luke DeCock of the Raleigh News & Observer puts it bluntly, writing: "The ACC without Maryland is like a car without a spare tire. Life goes on unabated."

Miami made the right move with its postseason ban, writes Linda Robertson in The Miami Herald.
NC State coach Tom O'Brien is focused on Senior Day.

Virginia could gain on the recruiting trail with Maryland off to the Big Ten.

Despite diminished stakes, beating Virginia Tech would be special for the Hoos.

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