ACC Football Daily Links — No Ruling in ACC’s Motion to Dismiss Maryland’s Lawsuit Around $52M Exit Fee

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

Friday, May 24, 2013

No Ruling in ACC’s Motion for Dismissal of Maryland Lawsuit (Washington Post)

The latest development in the University of Maryland’s legal saga against the ACC will take time to reach its conclusion. On Thursday afternoon, Prince George’s County Circuit Court Judge John P. Davey heard arguments from Maryland and the ACC concerning the school’s lawsuit against the conference. The ACC is seeking to get the lawsuit dismissed. Davey declined to make a ruling, saying he will issue a written opinion soon…

ACC Announces Early Season TV Schedule, Kickoff Times (

ACC college football fans got a little more catnip on Thursday, thanks to the league releasing an early season television schedule. North Carolina and Wake Forest kick off the ACC schedule on Aug. 29, with the Tar Heels traveling to Columbia to face South Carolina in a nationally televised season opener on ESPN…

Syracuse Football: Post-Spring Depth Chart Impressions (Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician)

The release of the Post-Spring depth chart is one of the only real events that we have to look forward to as football fans during the doldrums of summer…the question is, how much does it actually mean? This chart can be rendered useless come the first day of camp in August with freshmen (and fancy new transfer quarterbacks) on campus, and coaches can use them for different purposes…

Boston College Football Preview: Keys to Defeating Wake Forest (BC Interruption)

As we continue BC Interruption’s Wake Forest preview week, today we look at what Boston College will need to do to beat the Demon Deacons. Last season BC lost 28-14 in a game that was dominated by wide receiver Michael Campanaro who finished the game with three touchdowns. What will BC need to do to win at home on a Friday night against Wake? 1. Limit mistakes…

Miami Hurricanes Preseason Position Previews: The Cornerbacks (State of the U)

Too many times last year I was left speechless. After running out of objects to throw, profanity to scream or dogs to kick (I’m kidding), I was speechless. Games like Virginia left me to the point where cursing at my television no longer eased that bad feeling I got seeing the opposition convert third and long after third and long. Passes over 10 yards were completed at an alarming rate by a team like Duke…

Dabo Swinney, staff Building Tigers’ Future on Peach State Recruiting (Orange and White)

Clemson is on a recruiting roll, and the coaching staff’s prowess in the state of Georgia is again playing a huge part in the Tigers’ success. When running back Adam Choice selected Clemson over Auburn, Georgia Tech, Georgia, Tennessee, Stanford and Florida on Wednesday, he became the seventh member of the Tigers’ 2014 recruiting class and the third highly-rated player from Georgia…

Return of WR D.J. Coles Gives Virginia Tech Huge Offensive Boost (Rant Sports)

Although they most certainly didn’t see their eventual 6-6 regular season coming ahead of them at the time, the Virginia Tech Hokies opened up the 2012 season with a Labor Day night victory against the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets. That win, however, was bittersweet. During the contest, Virginia Tech lost one of its most versatile offensive weapons in WR D.J. Coles to a season-ending knee injury…

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