ACC Football Daily Links — Ray Ray Armstrong Wants Reinstatement at Miami

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

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Attorney: Ray-Ray Armstrong Exploring Options For UM Reinstatement Before Possible Legal Action (Miami Herald)

The attorney for former University of Miami safety Ray-Ray Armstrong said Wednesday he is still drafting a legal document that would seek an injunction to get Armstrong back with the Hurricanes, but also is exploring options “to determine whether transferring would be in Ray-Ray’s best interest”…

Anunike’s Return, Knowles’ System Build Optimism Among Blue Devils (Durham Herald-Sun)

His group remains a work-in-progress, covering an area where Duke football consistently has struggled. Yet Jim Knowles, Duke’s defensive coordinator, spoke with guarded optimism Wednesday night after the Blue Devils completed their third practice of the season. At least his defense, at or near the bottom of the ACC in a number of important categories a year ago, has experience to build around this season…

Nikita Whitlock Works on Pass Rush (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

Wake Forest nose guard Nikita Whitlock had another outstanding season in 2011, making many of his best plays behind the line of scrimmage. But nearly every one of those plays happened while playing run defense. This year, Whitlock wants to boost up his tackles behind the line with more sacks — an area he has worked hard to improve on during the offseason…

Ashton Broyld is the Tim Tebow of Syracuse Football (Kinda But Not Really But Also Kinda) (Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician)

I was reading Dave Rahme’s piece on Syracuse.com about Ashton Broyld and what he did during practice Monday and it occurred to me that I found myself hoping Rahme would write one of this every day. I want an Ashton Broyld update every day. There are a lot of guys on the team that I want to keep tabs on and get updates on often but there is no player I want constant information about quite like Broyld…

Bold Predictions: Georgia Tech Will Win in Blacksburg on Sept. 3 (From the Rumble Seat)

This article serves as a kickoff for two separate series (efficient, yes, I know…we IE’s pride ourselves on it) — now that all of our team’s units have been previewed, we’re going to take a look at each of the games on our schedule this fall over the next week and a half. In addition, each Wednesday until the season begins, we will feature a “Bold Predictions” article from a different contributor…

U.Va.’s Aboushi Observing Ramadan During Football Camp (Richmond Times-Dispatch)

At 6-foot-6, 310 pounds, Oday Aboushi stands out even by football standards. It’s his faith, though, that will distinguish him during the first weeks of Virginia’s training camp. As a practicing Muslim, Aboushi is in the middle of Ramadan, when believers fast from sunup to sundown. That can be a tough task during two-a-day football practices…

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