Saturday, November 3, 2012

ACC Football Links

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By Andrea Adelson |

For those interested in helping Sandy victims, Al Golden has a message for you.

Boston College senior defensive lineman Dillon Quinn has decided to leave school for personal reasons.

Spencer Shuey has earned the starting middle linebacker job at Clemson with his hard work and performance

Read the latest entry in Robert Nkemdiche's diary for ESPN Recruiting Nation.

Duke quarterback Sean Renfree has been cleared to play, but it doesn't look good for Kenny Anunike.

Florida State's defense wants to create more turnovers. Good news, Noles: turnover-prone Logan Thomas is next on the schedule.

Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson responds to his critics.

Maryland is simplifying the offense for Shawn Petty.

Are the Hurricanes back? No, but beating Virginia Tech is a step in the right direction.

North Carolina running back Giovani Bernard says he won't think about his future until after the season.

N.C. State is hoping to keep pace in the Atlantic.

A young secondary has been a problem for Virginia this season.

Virginia Tech needs to use the lessons learned from this season to fix this mess.

BC, Wake Forest try to avoid the Atlantic cellar. The Deacs have a commitment fromanother Looney.

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