ACC Football Daily Links — Future Power Rankings Predict Success for Florida, Clemson, Miami Through 2015

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

Friday, June 21, 2013

ACC’s Future Power Ranking (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

Earlier this week, ESPN.com revealed the College Football Future Power Rankings, a ranking of 25 teams projected to have the most success over the next three seasons. Now it’s our turn. We’re looking today specifically at the ACC and which teams in the conference are best built to last over the next three years. (Maryland isn’t included because they’re leaving for the Big Ten next year and, well, this is the future)…

Should the ACC Scrap Divisions Altogether? This is What the Schedule Could Look Like (Tomahawk Nation)

With realignment done for now, I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about and discussing with people what is the most intractable problem the ACC faces…divisional alignment. As of now, there is plenty of dissatisfaction with the divisions, from a lot of fans, and for a lot of different, sometimes conflicting, reasons. To summarize, here are the primary reasons the ACC’s divisions fail: a) Going 10 years between opponents is not acceptable…

The 2014 All-ACC Recruit Team, June Edition: Seeking Defensive Linemen (SB Nation)

So far in the 2014 ACC class, the theme is balance. While Florida State, Clemson and Miami are at the top of the conference rankings, North Carolina, Virginia and Virginia Tech are all building strong classes. One way to demonstrate this is with an all-conference recruiting team. The format is simple, using the 247sports composite of the four major recruiting rankings…

Boston College to #BeADude (BC Interruption)

The Boston College football coaching staff’s new mantra has gone mainstream, as ESPN Boston’s Jack McCluskey asked Addazio to explain to the rest of the college football world just what, exactly, it means to #BeADude. “That’s his [Defensive Coordinator Don Brown] saying all the time, be a dude,” Addazio said. “And what being a dude is is being a baller. You know? Just being a real baller. Just being a dude…

No Sanctions for UNC Over Academic Scandal (WTVD-TV)

The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) announced Thursday that it will not hand UNC Chapel Hill any sanctions for an academic scandal involving its sports programs. SACSCOC said the school has a reform plan in place, and it will wait 12 months for a monitoring report…

FSU’s Five Players it Can’t Go Without This Season: Terrence Brooks (Orlando Sentinel)

College football teams take on the life of the players who fill their rosters. Those players often have varying roles, varying duties, varying obligations and varying ways of executing their individual jobs. The successful teams and coaches know how to properly manage all of it, bringing the seeming mass of difference together in a perfectly harmonious manner. Success is defined by knowing just when to push, where to push and how hard to do it…

Film Vault: Gameday VT-Miami 2003 (The Key Play)

I had fun watching and writing this the last time, so I decided to do it again. I hope you enjoy reading and reminiscing. Happy Friday y’all! Even though GameDay was in Oklahoma for Bedlam, a lot of the show was dedicated to a memorable matchup in Blacksburg. 0:00–1:10 – I really miss that intro. Bring it back ESPN. 1:28 – Survival Saturday!…

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One thought on “ACC Football Daily Links — Future Power Rankings Predict Success for Florida, Clemson, Miami Through 2015

  1. Oh fond memories. I remember being on campus when we beat Miami in 2003. We were all so crushed after losing to WVU in Morgantown, that made beating Miami so much sweeter. 🙂 I still remember the kids going crazy celebrating all over campus. Got quite a few interesting memories from that night. 😉

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