ACC Football Daily Links — Is Pitt a Poor Fit for the ACC?

Monday through Friday each week, we compile the best links on ACC football from around the web.

Monday, July 30, 2012

An Opposing View: Pitt a Poor Fit for the ACC? (Cardiac Hill)

As Pitt fans, we’re all pretty pumped about the move to the ACC. But that doesn’t mean everyone’s thrilled. A popular North Carolina blog has a different view and, let’s just say, isn’t all that thrilled about the Panthers coming aboard. Let’s examine some of their arguments. Keeping It Heel, a fine North Carolina blog, would have preferred another addition for the conference. Below are some of their arguments along with my thoughts…

Kendall Fuller Commits to Virginia Tech Over Clemson (SB Nation Recruiting)

Kendall Fuller, a top cornerback recruit out of Olney (Md.) Our Lady of Good Counsel High School, committed to the Virginia Tech Hokies over the Clemson Tigers Sunday during the final round of ESPN’s Gridiron Kings competition. Surprisingly, published the story before it aired on the TV broadcast: “As I was driving home from the visit to Clemson, I started thinking about where I was going to develop most as a player,” Fuller said…

Dabo Swinney’s Calculated Big 12 Comments Paying Dividends (Orange and White)

To his detractors, Dabo Swinney can come off as spontaneous to a fault, spur-of-the-moment and far too excitable – with his Ric Flair-esque postgame interview following 2011’s breakthrough upset of defending national champion Auburn as proof. Clemson’s recruiting efforts over the last six weeks suggest otherwise. In mid-June, the Tigers’ class of 2013 was stagnant…

One on One: A Conversation With ACC Commissioner John Swofford (Tallahassee Democrat)

In the face of rampant speculation about the strength and future of the Atlantic Coast Conference, longtime Commissioner John Swofford has remained confident and resolute that the league is on solid ground. During a 30-minute, sit-down interview with Democrat sports editor Ira Schoffel, Swofford discusses a wide variety of topics related to the conference’s stability…

Ryan Nassib Hopes to Fly Under Radar In Final Season As Syracuse Football Quarterback (Syracuse Post-Standard)

Ryan Nassib won’t be at the Big East football media days Monday and Tuesday in Newport, R.I. Instead, the redshirt-senior quarterback will be home attending a family reunion in West Chester, Pa., just west of Philadelphia. It’s the last hurrah of the summer for Nassib, a graduate student in accounting at Syracuse University. At the end of the week he’ll report back to campus for the start of preseason camp…

Defending ACC Champs Ready to Add to Title Haul (The State)

More than 30 years since its only national championship, two decades removed from a period of incomparable success, Clemson fans still are waiting for an encore. Dabo Swinney enters his fourth full season as coach with a clear understanding of the expectations and a firm belief that Clemson can recapture that glory…

Al Golden Puzzled By Disparity Between SEC and ACC (South Florida Sun-Sentinel)

There are two major football conferences in the south. Conference A extends nearly the entire length of the eastern seaboard while Conference B extends further west to the interior. Both have teams in the most fertile recruiting grounds, yet Conference A lags well behind Conference B where it matters most — championships…

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