ACC Football Weekly Enemies List: The One Where Clemson Winks at the Big 12

Clemson and Florida State’s Boards of Trustees Have Become Quite Aggravating

Our newest weekly feature, the “Enemies List” gives a rightful place of ire to individuals who wronged ACC football in some way, shape or form. The inspiration for this practice? Why, President Richard Nixon, of course, who spent tons of time being paranoid people were out to get him. Obviously, the ACC can relate given the current state of things

ACC Enemies List, Week of May 28

1. David Wilkins, Board of Trustees Chairman, Clemson: In most situations, acting like the desperate girl on prom night would be a red flag to potential suitors. But for Wilkins and Clemson, apparently this is their strategy to grab their date of choice, the Big 12. Time will tell if the Tigers hop in the limo on Bevo’s arm, or sit sobbing on the front steps of the ACC.

2. Andy Haggard, Board of Trustees Chairman, Florida State: The asshat that really drove this REALIGNMENT death train into overdrive, Haggard’s most damaging weeks are behind him (for now). But with a weak statement similar to Clemson’s above, the speculation door is still wide open, and flooded with disgruntled, face-painted ‘Noles.

3. Bill Snyder, Head Football Coach, Kansas State: Snyder’s the only Big 12 coach man enough to come out and say he wants two more teams, even though “several” others said so too. Unsure who these “several” coaches are, but I’d like to try and convince them expansion is a terrible idea. If they think they have Texas now, just wait ’till they bring on UT clones, FSU. Insufferable just took on a new meaning (the best I could do searching “cow headdress” images).

Enemies List Standings, Week of May 28

Person Appearances
Chris Del Conte, TCU 1
Chip Brown, Orangebloods 1
“Sources” 1
Andy Haggard, Florida State 1
David Wilkins, Clemson 1
Bill Snyder, Kansas State 1

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