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Monthly Archive: July 2011

Jul
31
2011

How I would have voted for the 2011 Pre-Season All-ACC Team.

I’ve wanted to put together a post looking at the 2011 Pre-Season All-ACC Team and how I would have voted if yours truly had a vote. The firing of Butch Davis was the top story last week and had to be commented on. I was on the road yesterday and most of today.  I’ve now …

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Jul
29
2011

Ranking the 5 best Special Teams players in the ACC for 2011.

So we’ve finally reached the end of our ACC player rankings with the top Special Teams players in the ACC. Every ACC Team was represented in the player rankings except * Cough – Um * Sorry Wake Forest. The Deacs have some good players at certain positions, but this doesn’t bode well for them. As …

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Jul
28
2011

How to clear up the NFL’s Free Agent Frenzy.

Are you as lost as me, with the current NFL Free Agent Frenzy? I can’t keep track of which players are going where. Literally things are changing every hour. This is going to directly affect my fantasy football team, and I can’t afford to let that happen. Don’t get me wrong, I defiantly prefer this …

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Jul
27
2011

Butch Davis fired at North Carolina and what it means.

Stunning news out of Chapel Hill, head football coach Butch Davis was fired on Wednesday as reported by InsideCarolina, just a hair over a month before the season begins and only days away from fall practices. Why now and what does it mean for UNC, the ACC, and College Football in general? Let’s start with …

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Jul
26
2011

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere July 26, 2011

Now we can finally feel like football is around the corner. The NFL lockout is over and many of the college football conferences have completed their media days. That includes the ACC, where Florida State was voted the pre-season favorite to win the league. What are some of the ACC Bloggers saying heading into the …

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Jul
25
2011

Thoughts on the ACC Media pre-season picks. Florida State favored to win conference.

One of these days I have to find my way to an ACC Football Kickoff. I wasn’t there but that doesn’t mean I don’t have some thoughts on what went on. You can check out the media’s preseason division picks, conference winner pick, and player of the year pick at the theACC.com’s article ACC Football …

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Jul
24
2011

Ranking the 5 best Safeties in the ACC for 2011.

Before we get into our position rankings, just a quick note, the ACC Media days are currently ongoing this Sunday and Monday the 24th and 25th of July. Check out the theACC.com for full coverage. I’ll have some thoughts on the happenings when the event is complete. We’ve reached the safety position on the defense, …

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Jul
24
2011

Tiger Woods could learn a lot from Michael Vick.

A few years ago Tiger Woods was the best golfer on the planet. He was on his way to being the greatest golfer that ever lived. In November 2009 Tiger Woods’s infidelities became public, and it’s been all down hill ever since. He got divorced. He hasn’t won a tournament in close to 2 years. …

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Jul
23
2011

Interview with former Virginia Tech Baseball Player Chris Kay.

All Sports Discussion contributing writer @HokieGuru has nailed down another interview with a former Hokie athlete. We are delighted here at All Sports Discussion (http://www.allsportsdiscussion.com) to have an interview with former Virginia Tech baseball player (and catcher), @Chris Kay. Kay (http://www.hokiesports.com/baseball/players/kay_chris.html) was one of the senior leaders on the 2011 Virginia Tech baseball team. We …

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Jul
22
2011

2011 NCAA Basketball Pre-Season Tournaments Dates and Fields

Personally one of my favorite sports times of the year, is when College Football and College Basketball are being played at the same time. You know the time mid to late November. College Football when conference and national titles are still in play and College basketball when the pre-season tournaments can provide opportunities for non-conference match …

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Jul
21
2011

Ranking the 5 best Cornerbacks in the ACC for 2011.

We are in the home stretch of our player rankings. We are hitting the cornerbacks in this set. That leaves safeties and special teams yet to do. After that we’ll have our team predictions. That will lead us right into the College Football Season. So who do we have as the top cornerbacks in the …

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Jul
21
2011

New Site Ready!

After four long days, and some hard work by our Webhost dealing with some nasty technical issues, All Sports Discussion is ready. In the next few days there will be little tweaks as I clean up things here and there, but for the most part here we go! We’re ACC heavy in content, but if I’ve got …

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Jul
17
2011

British Open Final Thoughts: Darren Clarke Wins; Mickelson charges then fades.

Whatever is in the water in Northern Ireland, I want to know, because that now gives them 3 of the last 5 major winners. Graeme Mcdowell won the 2010 U.S Open, Rory Mcilory won the 2011 U.S Open and now Darren Clarke has won the 2011 British Open. Clarke is a very deserving champion. He’s …

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Jul
16
2011

Round 3 British Open: Darren Clarke leads, Americans lurking.

10 of the top 16 players at theBritish Open are Americans after round 3 are Americans. With all the talk of American slipping golf they are having a fine British Open. It is a player from North Ireland that’s leading the event in Darren Clarke at five under. At the start of the round the entire …

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Jul
15
2011

Round 2 British Open: Everybody left has a shot. (Mickelson, Watson, Mcilory still in it)

Who says there can’t be an exciting major without you know who. 71 golfers made the cut at the British Open and every single one of them can still win this year’s third major. Only 7 shots separate the entire field at the Halfway point. That’s right not one player remaining should think they are …

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Jul
14
2011

Georgia Tech found guilty of trying to defy the NCAA.

I’ve been thinking about how to discuss the NCAA’s ruling against Georgia Tech to vacate their 2009 ACC Football title all day. How I do objectively talk about seeing my alma mater go onprobation for 4 years. Normally it’s not a problem to separate the Georgia Tech fan in me and just the regular sports fan. I don’t take …

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