ACC Football Daily Links — Pitt Halfback Rushel Shell Reportedly Transferring Out of the Program

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Tuesday, April 2, 2013

Rushel Shell Transferring According to 93.7 FM The Fan (Cardiac Hill)

So, today we had our fun with April Fools Day posts all day long. But this appears to be real. No, seriously. 93.7 FM’s Gregg Giannotti has the scoop here on Twitter: “Got it on good authority that Rushel Shell filled out his papers and #pitt should be releasing a statement tomorrow.” So where to? Giannotti followed that up by saying…

ACC Football Teams Open 2013 Season With Marquee Games (Rant Sports)

Starting a new college football season with “cupcake” games — essentially guaranteed wins over teams from a lower division — has become a modern tradition, but several ACC teams will kick off the 2013 season with big games against tough opponents. Virginia Tech has arguably the toughest Week One game in the nation; the Hokies play reigning national champion Alabama in the Chick-fil-A College Kickoff Game in Atlanta…

Syracuse Football Looking to Fill Holes on Offense Left By Pugh, Chibane (

Zack Chibane strode across the field partway through Syracuse’s sixth practice of the spring, looking on at the team he used to be a part of. The former offensive lineman, whose career came to an end in the Pinstripe Bowl, represents one half of the void the Orange must fill up front, and Saturday he took a look at some of the players trying to replace him…

James Wilder Jr. Growing Up for Florida State Seminoles (‘NoleNation)

It’s not that James Wilder Jr. is holding a grudge. If anything, he’s appreciative of all those fans and scouts and coaches who insisted he wasn’t cut out to play running back. They’ve motivated him. But after one of last week’s practice sessions, Wilder couldn’t help but indulge in a long-awaited “I told you so” moment, taking to Twitter to note how quiet those same critics seem to be these days…

For Martavis Bryant, Newfound Commitment Showing Up, On and Off the Field (Orange and White)

Martavis Bryant’s Clemson football career was hanging by a thread. Having come to an ‘enough is enough’ conclusion, Dabo Swinney faced a test of his own resolve and leadership. So last December, Swinney delivered the word: Bryant would not be accompanying the Tigers on their Chick-fil-A Bowl date with LSU…

Duke’s Braxton Deaver Big Boost to Offense (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

You’ve heard of Cabin Fever? Duke tight end Braxton Deaver half-jokes that he’s been suffering from Training Room Fever. In December 2011, Deaver tore his ACL. He went through the rehab, missed all of last spring, came back strong, and then broke his thumb in June and was out for five weeks. As soon as he came back, he fractured his patella, essentially ripping his kneecap in half…

Maryland Football Coach’s Tale of Danger in the Glades Irritates Local Coaches (Palm Beach Post)

Like many college football coaches, Maryland’s Randy Edsall travels to the Glades in search of program-changing talent. While recruiting one of last season’s top prospects, he said, the chase became more exciting than expected. In a news conference on national signing day in early February, Edsall told reporters that he and defensive coordinator Brian Stewart were chased out of the Glades while trying to recruit Will Likely…

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