ACC Football Daily Links — Is Pittsburgh RB Rushel Shell Transferring Out of the Program?

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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Digesting a Day of Rushel Shell Speculation (Cardiac Hill)

Well, nearly a full day later from Shell-gate and we still don’t know exactly what’s going on. And, predictably, no one’s saying a word. Shell reportedly met with head coach Paul Chryst today, but hasn’t made his decision known to the world yet. But we are able to piece some things together from what’s come out today. Why Rushel, Why? When trying to decide ‘why’, I take the approach that Sam Werner does at the PG…

Steve Addazio: What Would Constitute Recruiting Success in 2013? (BC Interruption)

Yesterday the great Bud Elliott examined what would constitute a successful recruiting year for all the new coaches in FBS football. Of course Steve Addazio was addressed, and Elliott had this to say: Boston College’s recruiting was on a steady decline under Frank Spaziani, and Addazio has a decent reputation as a recruiter. That’s a good start…

Dabo Swinney Says Tigers Defense “Night and Day” Ahead of This Time Last Year (Orange and White)

Dabo Swinney put his Tigers through their paces during a productive first spring scrimmage on Wednesday, and while he was please with a broad range of performances on both sides of the ball, he said there’s much room for improvement between now and the team’s next full-scale scrimmage. “This was the halfway mark and I was interested to see them play,” said Swinney…

Hokies’ Fresh Faces to Give Offense a Fresh Start (Virginian-Pilot)

In the two months since being introduced as Virginia Tech’s new offensive coordinator, Scot Loeffler has kept busy. He’s hit the road recruiting, watched hours of game film from last year, had his appendix removed and even grown a goatee. An intimidation tactic as he enters his first spring with the Hokies? “No,” he said. “My wife’s not up here yet”…

Miami’s Anthony Chickillo Living the Dream (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

Saint Augustine is a Catholic student center and church at the University of Miami where defensive end Anthony Chickillo’s parents were married when they were 19. Chickillo’s mother, Joan, worked in the Hecht Athletic Center, where Anthony now comes and goes as he pleases as a star defensive end for the Canes. Anthony’s father, Tony, and his grandfather, the late Nick Chickillo, both played for the Hurricanes…

The Importance of Team Chemistry at Georgia Tech (From the Rumble Seat)

I was reading an article this morning talking about Vad Lee and Justin Thomas as they compete for the starting QB role this fall. (I should point out that while most assume it’s without a doubt going to be Vad, the competition is a lot closer than you’d think, and Justin has a real shot at it.) It struck me how much they’re supporting each other as they compete for playing time, and how they’re being awfully friendly about it…

Florida State Football Practice Report 3/27 (Tomahawk Nation)

The Seminoles took the intramural fields Wednesday for their first time in full pads this spring. Jimbo Fisher also decided to do something that I have personally never been a part of – opening the entirety of practice up to the media. *Demarcus Walker was still present but not participating due to the ongoing NCAA Clearinghouse issue…

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