ACC Football Daily Links — Will Pitt or Syracuse Have More Wins In Its Inaugural ACC Season?

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Wednesday, April 17, 2013

Syracuse or Pittsburgh: Who Will Have More ACC Wins in 2013 (Athlon Sports)

The ACC welcomes two new teams into the fold for 2013, as Syracuse and Pittsburgh join from the Big East. Syracuse went 8-5 last season but has a new coach (Scott Shafer) and suffered some key personnel departures. Quarterback Ryan Nassib must be replaced, and the defensive has key holes to fill on the line and in the secondary with the departure of safety Shamarko Thomas…

South Carolina’s Football Stadium Vandalized With Orange Tiger Paws (SB Nation)

Vandalism has no offseason, and it looks like Clemson supporters armed with some orange spray paint made their way over to – and inside – South Carolina’s Williams-Brice Stadium to keep the Carolina-Clemson rivalry boiling through the offseason. Tuesday, a few pictures made their way onto social media of orange tiger paws sprayed into the South Carolina football field and its surroundings…

Georgia Tech Takes After Rice, Will Hold “Football 101” For International Students on Thursday (From the Rumble Seat)

Something that’s always irritated me about Georgia Tech as a student is our lack of “football culture”, I’ll call it, on our campus. Other schools in the area have it — Tennessee, Clemson, South Carolina, Florida, Florida State, Auburn, and even the school in Athens have never had problems getting their student body behind the football team. However, Tech’s student body is an entirely different crowd…

Paul Chryst Starting to Bring Stability to Pitt (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

Pittsburgh coach Paul Chryst gave his team two playbooks to master this offseason — one containing Xs and Os; the other a New York Times bestseller. This spring, the Panthers are reading “The Traveler’s Gift,” a fictional story written to inspire readers to overcome obstacles. Every week, each position group presents a book report to the team…

Defense Taking Shape (Backing the Pack)

N. C. State football coach Dave Doeren met with the media after practice today and pointed out Jarvis Byrd and M.J. Salahuddin as players who have stood out to him on defense. “He’s playing safety right now with the ones,” Doeren said of Byrd, a senior whose career has been marred by multiple knee injuries…

Isaac Bennett Won’t Likely Be Unseated as the Starting Running Back (Cardiac Hill)

Isaac Bennett taking over as the presumed starting running back wasn’t a huge surprise. But could he be unseated this season? I doubt it. Bennett didn’t get on the field much last season, but he got more time than Malcolm Crockett, his primary competition for the starting job. Desmond Brown, who had a nice spring game, is also a competitor. Crockett saw action (as far as carries go) in only two games last year…

A Big Second Chance (‘NoleNation)

Bobby Hart was 17, and he believed he’d conquered the world. That’s what 17-year-olds think when they’ve moved from highly regarded recruit to starter on Florida State’s offensive line — all before they’re old enough to vote. Then suddenly it was gone, and by his 18th birthday Hart was buried on the depth chart, a washed-up case of wasted potential, the unwilling recipient of a hard lesson in maturity…

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