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Feb
17
2018

Chop’s Takes: Clemson 2018 football schedule.

By the Numbers: Clemson returns the following, according to SB Nation’s Bill Connelly (@SBN_BillC ): Percentage of Offense Returning: 73% (45th in FBS) Percentage of Defense Returning: 75% (32nd in FBS) Percentage of Total Returning: 74% (28th in FBS) Head Coach: Dabo Swinney (101-30 at Clemson/All Time) Trust the Process: I’ll be using a standard …

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Feb
16
2018

NC State Leading All #ACC Schools In The Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup

  Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans.  Hope you are ready for the weekend. Lots of great ACC men’s basketball ahead. Just a quick post here this evening – something that caught my eye:  At #7 in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup rankings (after the final fall update), North Carolina State is leading …

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Feb
16
2018

Catching Up With Virginia Tech Men’s Basketball

Good evening and Happy Friday, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans. Lots of good ACC men’s basketball ahead for Saturday and Sunday. Jeffrey Fann (@TalkinACCSports) drops a status on the Hokies right here – as of yesterday, he has Virginia Tech in the NCAA tournament as a 10 seed. So, let’s catch up with Virginia …

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Feb
15
2018

ACC Bubble Analysis for February 15, 2018

This is going to be a weekly article, where I seed the ACC teams and where I think they’d should be placed if the tournament started the same day as my posting. In my ranking system, any RPI top (100) win is a good win and any RPI top (50) obviously worth more. Any losses …

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Feb
14
2018

College Football attendance has biggest drop in 34 years per @CBSSports

Just a short post for tonight, but did you see this article from CBSSports? College Football attendance has it’s biggest drop in 34 years. This is bad for the sport as many schools derive a lot of their athletic revenue from their football ticket sales. I think the biggest reason attendance has dropped is not …

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Feb
13
2018

Around the #ACC Blogosphere For February 13, 2018

  Virginia Tech’s incredible win at Virginia this past weekend as told by Hokie blog Techluncpail.com.  Gabe DeVoe has really elevated his game since Donte Granthams injury. ShakintheSouthland talks about his patience and hardwork paying off.  College Baseball season is not far off, and Louisville typically has one of the best teams in the country. …

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Feb
12
2018

Podcast – @Hokiesmash_ASD & @TalkinACCSports with talk ACC basketball and Virginia Tech with @techlunchpaild

@Hokiesmash_ASD and @TalkinACCSports are back with another podcast. This week we have Virginia Tech blogger @TechLunchPailD of the fine Hokie Blog site http://techlunchpail.com. You definitely need to check that out. You can also find this most recent podcast and all our other podcasts on ITUNES at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rwradios-acc-weekly-podcast/id831843856?t=2. We are also now available on Stitcher! http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/httpwwwtalkshoecomtalkshoewebtalkcastjspmasterid130024cmdtc/the-acc-weekly-podcast?refid=stpr In this order, these are topics …

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Feb
11
2018

Five things I don’t like about the 2018 ACC football schedule.

I just talked about what I like about the ACC Football schedule.   Here is what I don’t like… 1) Front Loaded non-conference games In the last 4 years the ACC has dominated their SEC rivals to the tune of a 13-3 record. That doesn’t mean I have to like the practice of scheduling a conference game …

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Feb
10
2018

Virginia Tech Head Coach Buzz Williams had a wonderful gameplan in upset of Virginia.

Virginia Tech was on the NCAA bubble coming into their game tonight against the Virginia Cavaliers. At 17-7 (6-5), but lacking a top 30 win the Hokies needed a signature victory. They got one Saturday night by knocking off #2 ranked Virginia in Charlottsville no less. Gameday was there, and after Villanova went down to St. …

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Feb
10
2018

Orange Looks To Settle Score With The Deacons

Last month the Syracuse Orange took their first ACC road trip of the season to Wake Forest.  The Demon Deacons weren’t gracious hosts, as Syracuse left Winston-Salem, N.C. with a 73-67 loss.  This Sunday, the Orange looks to return the favor as the Deacons visit the Carrier Dome for a 1p.m. contest. Syracuse (16-8, 5-6 …

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Feb
09
2018

Five things I like about the 2018 ACC football schedule.

It took bit longer than I intended to really take a look at the ACC schedule for 2018, but I’ve taken a closer look and here are the five things I like most about the schedule. Here are five things I don’t like about the ACC schedule. 1) Virginia Tech vs Florida State (September 3, …

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Feb
07
2018

Around the #ACC Blogosphere For February 7, 2018

It’s been while since anyone has talked about realignment. ACCPrescription says watch out for ESPN consuming the Big 12.  ACCNation asks 3 burning ACC Basketball questions like is Tony Bennett a lock for ACC COY, better NCAA candidate Virginia Tech or NC State, and number of ACC losses for Virginia.  Willie Taggart  finished strongly in …

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Feb
06
2018

ACC Bubble Analysis for February 6, 2018

This is going to be a weekly article, where I seed the ACC teams and where I think they’d should be placed if the tournament started the same day as my posting. In my ranking system, any RPI top (100) win is a good win and any RPI top (50) obviously worth more. Any losses …

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Feb
05
2018

Tony Bennett will be the ACC Coach of the Year, but don’t forget Brad Brownell and Kevin Keatts.

If you are a Virginia fan, don’t worry here. I’m not trying to make argument that anyone other Tony Bennett should be the ACC Coach of the Year. His record this season speaks for itself. The Hoos were the pre-season pick to finish 6th in the ACC, and were a fringe top 25 team at …

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Feb
04
2018

So What’s Up With Virginia Tech Men’s Basketball? Is it NIT or Bust?

  Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans. Even though it’s the evening of the Super Bowl, it’s basketball day here at @AllSportsDACC. And we’re checking in on Virginia Tech men’s basketball. Since I last wrote about the Hokies (and honestly questioned whether Virginia Tech was an NIT team), they went on a three …

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Feb
04
2018

The University of Louisville Must Conduct a National Search for The Position of Head Men’s Basketball Coach

  Good morning, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans. Let’s get right into it – the University of Louisville Men’s Basketball Head Coaching position is very coveted – Louisville is a blue blood men’s basketball program.  Louisville has a passionate fan base (they consistently sell out the Yum Center) and have extensive financial support.  The …

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