ACC Football Daily Links — Could Parity-Based Scheduling Be a Viable Solution for the ACC?

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

Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Parity-Based Scheduling for ACC Football? (BC Interruption)

The Big Ten made the long-rumored division realignment and nine-game conference schedule official over the weekend. The conference will realign into East and West divisions starting in 2014, as well as begin a nine-game conference schedule beginning in 2016. Setting aside the fact that I think the ACC should make both of these moves — realign the divisions and move to a nine-game conference schedule…

Ok, Let’s Crowd-Source This… ACC Divisions Must Be Fixed (Tomahawk Nation)

Now that the ACC GOR has pretty much put an end to speculation about the ACC’s future member lineup, it’s time for the ACC to put all it’s focus on maximizing revenue and improving its football brand. One of the most daunting tasks ahead of the ACC is improving on the current divisional alignment…

Which Team is the Favorite to Win the ACC Coastal in 2013? (Athlon Sports)

Georgia Tech, North Carolina and Miami all finished 5-3 in ACC play last season, making the Coastal Division one of the tightest races in college football. Another close division battle should be expected in 2013, as all three 5-3 teams from last season, and Virginia Tech could make a case to be picked first. Clemson is the heavy favorite to win the ACC this season…

Five Reasons to Be Excited for Pitt Football in 2013… And Five Reasons You Should Be Worried (Cardiac Hill)

Football season is a little over five months away. It may seem like a long way away, but it will be here before you know it. We’re deep into the doldrums of the dead season. No football. No basketball. We all have to pretend like we follow the baseball team. Dark times indeed. To hold you all over and to get a little conversation going about the 2013 season, I present five reasons to get excited for the 2013 campaign…

Paul Johnson Not Opposed to Passing More (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

College football fans who have been following Paul Johnson through the years and watching his spread-option offense haven’t seen it change much. “I mean, the core principles of it are pretty much intact,” Johnson said. “You have some wrinkles here and there. We’ve added some things. If you watched us play in 1985, it’s probably not a lot different now, truthfully”…

UNC Receives ACC Coastal Division Championship Rings (CBSSports.com)

Larry Fedora finished his first season at North Carolina with a 5-3 record in ACC play, good enough to tie for first place in the ACC Coastal Division standings with Georgia Tech and Miami. But the Tar Heels and Hurricanes were ineligible to compete in the postseason because of NCAA-related sanctions. The Yellow Jackets earned the Coastal Division bid to play in the ACC Championship Game against Florida State…

Dabo Swinney Confident Young Tight End Trio Can Get the Job Done for Tigers (Orange and White)

Perhaps more so than at any other position, Clemson’s tight ends emerged from spring practice with an unexpected pecking order. Rising redshirt sophomore Stanton Seckinger, a former two-star private school wide receiver, holds the No. 1 spot on the depth chart at a position that has produced 90 catches and 16 touchdowns the past two seasons…

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