ACC Football Daily Links — Ramifications of Florida State v. Clemson Denote Progress of Programs, ACC

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

Thursday, October 10, 2013

FSU-Clemson Will Have Far-Reaching Ramifications (Warchant.com)

The game everybody has been waiting for is nearly here. For months fans and media have circled the Oct. 19 Florida State-Clemson clash on their calendars. And why not? Both teams finished the 2012 season on high notes with FSU winning the ACC and Orange Bowl while Clemson upset SEC power LSU in the Chick-fil-A Bowl…

Hokies to Face the Volunteers in 2016 at Bristol Motor Speedway (Gobbler Country)

The game many Hokie fans have been clamoring for, and that Vols fans were clamoring for back in the early 2000’s (when they had a football team that wasn’t completely laughable) is apparently FINALLY happening in 2016 according to a tweet from CBS’ Bruce Feldman: “#VaTech to play #Tennessee at Bristol Motor Speedway in 2016, per source. Expected to draw a record 150,000-160k fans”…

End of Football Rivalry With Virginia Brings Bittersweet Memories for Maryland (Baltimore Sun)

The shouts of joy emanating from the visitors’ locker room were loud enough to be heard in the tunnel at Scott Stadium. It was November 2010 and Maryland had just defeated Virginia, which had won eight of the previous nine meetings in Charlottesville, Va.. The Terps were pouring water on each other’s heads in celebration. Given the players’ enthusiasm, you might have thought it was champagne…

Road to Recovery: Tracking Antone Exum’s ACL Rehabilitation (Sports Illustrated)

The scene was almost perfect: 73 degrees and sunny, with only a few wispy clouds in the sky. Last Saturday, as a crowd of more than 65,000 settled into Lane Stadium, Virginia Tech prepared to host its homecoming game against North Carolina. About five minutes before kickoff, the first note of Metallica’s Enter Sandman came blaring through the speakers…

Hokies Need Fullbacks Rogers, Wright Healthy, Up to Speed (Roanoke Times)

When fullback Sam Rogers went down with an ankle injury late in the first half against North Carolina on Saturday, the Hokies called sometimes-tailback, sometimes-fullback Jerome Wright up into emergency duty. Running backs coach Shane Beamer and offensive coordinator Scot Loeffler decided to test his readiness in the locker room at halftime, quizzing him on some formations…

U.Va’s Tom O’Brien Reinforces Winning Approach to Floundering Team (Daily Press)

Before the season started, Tom O’Brien knew there could be some issues if Virginia didn’t catch some breaks. A guy with his level of coaching experience can see into the future that way. He looked at the roster and saw just seven seniors and 55 scholarships tied up with first and second-year players…

UNC Football Holds Invite-a-Professor-To-Practice Day (News & Observer)

North Carolina coach Larry Fedora on Wednesday night addressed his team after practice, like he usually does. Then he walked over to a group of UNC professors, who had gathered to watch the Tar Heels’ practice as part of the football team’s “invite a professor to practice” day. This has become something of a tradition, Fedora said. Each player has an opportunity to invite one of their professors to watch UNC practice…

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