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

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Notre Dame Set to Jump to ACC Next Year (SI.com)

Notre Dame’s basketball teams will play in the ACC next year, according to a source with direct knowledge of the situation. The Big East presidents will vote on the issue Tuesday morning, and an announcement is expected sometime after their conference call ends. “It’s everyone’s intention that this will happen tomorrow,” said the source…

Left Behind, UConn Ponders Starting Over Again (The New York Times)

Connecticut is not eligible to play in the Big East men’s basketball tournament, which begins Tuesday, nor can it qualify for next week’s bigger national show. It would still be fitting for the Huskies to be at Madison Square Garden for the conference finale Saturday night, if only for the purpose of turning out the lights…

Duke’s Place in the Future Sports Landscape (GoDuke.com)

Duke University was slow to join the Southern Conference. When the region’s first athletic conference was formed in the spring of 1921, Duke was still Trinity College and administrators were wary of giving up the school’s independence. It wasn’t until 1928 that the newly christened Duke University joined its neighbors in the Southern Conference as the league’s 23rd member…

Florida State Football Spring 2013 Preview: Cornerback and Safety (Tomahawk Nation)

FSU spring practice kicks off March 20 and our Florida State football spring 2013 preview kicks off with a look at the secondary, which returns five of six key pieces from an excellent 2012 season. But with an almost entirely new defensive coaching staff, FSU’s secondary enters spring with many questions. They are not questions of talent, but rather of position and role…

Drafting the Future (‘NoleNation)

Two years ago, Wilson Bell wasn’t exactly thinking about the NFL. His football prowess had grown by leaps and bounds over the past few seasons, but as a junior at Blount High School in Prichard, Ala., making the game his profession seemed a stretch. Then came the letters, the phone calls, the text messages and the promises. By the time Bell, a three-star offensive guard, signed his letter of intent to play at Florida State…

Five Quarterbacks on Maryland Roster and Randy Edsall Still Isn’t Impressed (Rant Sports)

The Maryland Terrapins ran out of quarterbacks last football season when literally all their signal callers succumbed to injuries. This spring they have five, and even though three are still rehabbing, it’s a far better situation than when the Terps were forced to stick a linebacker under center  – but head coach Randy Edsall isn’t happy yet…

Florida State DE Chris Casher Looking Forward to Jeremy Pruitt’s Defense (AL.com)

Faith Academy football players were greeted in Alumni Hall on Monday afternoon by a familiar face. Former Rams’ star and current Florida State freshman Chris Casher spent the afternoon at the school, working out and working on his footwork with former defensive line coach, Sidell Corley. The 6-foot-4, 248-pound Casher and the Seminoles are on spring break this week…

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