ACC Football Daily Links — Miami Case Continues to Reveal Unethtical Behavior by NCAA

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

Friday, March 29, 2013

Miami Hurricanes Claim Unethical Behavior By NCAA (Miami Herald)

The NCAA investigator who took over the University of Miami case last May attempted, as her fired predecessor did, to use Nevin Shapiro’s attorney to help build a case against Miami — a detail curiously omitted from the NCAA-commissioned report detailing the NCAA’s improper handling of the case, according to an email exchange between the parties relayed to The Miami Herald…

GT Return Man Golden One of the Nation’s Best (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

An amazing stat for you: Last year, Georgia Tech sophomore Jamal Golden racked up 952 all-purpose yards — and he didn’t play one single snap on offense. The versatile defensive back made a name for himself in the Jackets’ return game, as he was the only player in college football to rank in the top 10 nationally in punt returns (6th, 14.59) and kickoff returns (10th, 28.35)…

Cavaliers Getting to Know New Coordinators, Schemes in Spring Practice (Daily Progress)

With new coordinators, Virginia football players have had all kinds of fresh literature to read since the end of the 2012 season. The same has gone for Mike London. “I have my playbook as well as everybody else,” the UVa head coach said last Saturday. he Cavaliers are close to wrapping up their second week of spring practice. New defensive coordinator Jon Tenuta has been implementing his pressure-heavy system…

Cole Stoudt Using Relaxed, Confident Mindset to Gain Edge (Orange and White)

Relaxed and having fun – not exactly what you think with a neck-and-neck position battle, but for junior quarterback Cole Stoudt, it’s been the approach to his best spring yet on campus. The Dublin, Ohio product has turned it up this week, sharing first-team reps on Tuesday with senior quarterback Tajh Boyd out of town and then outshining the rest in the Tigers’ first spring scrimmage Wednesday…

Still Considering Transferring, Shell Given Time Away From Pitt Team (Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)

Officially speaking, Rushel Shell remains a member of the Pitt football team while people inside and outside the program try to convince him not to transfer. Coach Paul Chryst remains publicly sympathetic, excusing Shell from spring practice indefinitely and issuing a statement in which he vowed to be “sensitive and respectful” while calling for others to do the same for the sophomore tailback…

Norton Dives in for Clemson Football (The State)

Ryan Norton was forced to quit competitive swimming when he became too big to make the turns without scraping the bottom of the pool. A driven young man intent on becoming Clemson’s next starting center, Norton was a championship caliber swimmer at 15 in the Greenville County community pool league for Orchard Farms in Simpsonville…

New Assistant Coach Brewster Passionate About FSU (Tallahassee Democrat)

It was obvious after two minutes. Tim Brewster believes in Florida State. The former Minnesota head coach, who has also been an assistant at North Carolina, Texas and most recently Mississippi State, met with the media on Wednesday evening and spoke so glowingly of his new home that it was as if the first-year FSU recruiting coordinator was giving a glimpse into the sales pitch he will use with elite football prospects…

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