ACC Football Daily Links — Frank the Tank’s Winners and Losers of Conference Realignment

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

Friday, July 12, 2013

Conference Realignment Q&A With Frank the Tank, Part 2: Winners and Losers (Burnt Orange Nation)

Now that we have seemed to reach a pause in major-school realignment, at least for a while, which individual school and which major conference would you deem the biggest winner and the biggest loser from how realignment has played out? (And by limiting this question to “major conferences,” I’m eliminating the Big East and remaining members UConn and Cincinnati from consideration for biggest loser…

Throwback Thursday: The ACC Welcomes Miami and Virginia Tech (CBS Sports)

It feels like a perfect time to bring this commercial into your life because last week the ACC got “two teams stronger” with the addition of Syracuse and Pittsburgh. Though Syracuse and Pitt didn’t get a cool commercial with all of the mascots like Virginia Tech and Miami did in 2004. Of course, you’ll remember that after Miami and Virginia Tech joined the ACC in 2004, Boston College followed them in 2005…

YES Network to Televise ACC Football and Basketball Games (BC Interruption)

YES, please. In years past, there has been a rather sizable television market on the Eastern seaboard left out of the ACC’s regional sports network broadcasts of football and men’s basketball games. This coverage gap forced many Boston College fans living in the greater New York City area to fire up their laptops and watch Eagles football and men’s basketball games on ESPN3 or the ACC Digital Network…

FSU Heating Up on the Recruiting Trail (Tallahassee Democrat)

Even with six new coaches on his staff, the recruiting juggernaut created by Florida State head coach Jimbo Fisher doesn’t show any signs of slowing down. The Seminoles landed their 18th commitment for the Class of 2014 on Monday as Miami Booker T. Washington quarterback Treon Harris told multiple websites he had pledged to sign with Florida State…

Wake Forest WR Michael Campanaro Ready for Senior Season (Charlotte Observer)

Wake Forest’s Michael Campanaro is one of the best receivers in the nation. He’s also pretty effective when he runs with it — and throws it, too. Campanaro enters his senior season as the Atlantic Coast Conference’s top returning receiver and has proven to be a trick-play threat. And he hopes that versatility can help lead the Demon Deacons to his first winning season with them…

Depth Chart, In-Depth 2013: Tigers’ Linebacker Corps Looking Like Old Times (Orange and White)

Up First: Junior Stephone Anthony (6-3, 235, Polkton, N.C.) will open preseason camp as the Tigers’ starting middle linebacker. Senior Spencer Shuey (6-3, 230, Charlotte, N.C.) has moved into the starting ‘Will’ slot vacated by Tig Willard, while senior Quandon Christian (6-2, 225, Lake View, S.C) returns for his fourth season as a starter at the ‘Sam’ position…

Street Happy to Help With Culture Change (93.7 – “The Fan”)

Devin Street can be seen on the front of this year’s Athlon Sports ACC football preview magazine. Nowadays, when it comes to “covering” the redshirt senior, that’s about as easy as it gets. He passed on a chance to get his NFL career started early for a chance not just to become the greatest pass-catcher in Pitt football history, but, more importantly to him, to help guide the program back toward greatness…

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