Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere August 30, 2011

Just days until College Football season begins, and we got some ACC Teams in action right away starting on Thursday with Georgia Tech playing Western Carolina and Wake Forest set to battle Syracuse. How’s the ACC Blogosphere looking heading into this weekend’s games?

Nine Miami Hurricanes will miss games for their role in the Nevin Shapiro case. The season is not lost for Miami and Hurricanes blogger blog.AllCanes.com says this should teach people to not rush to judgment. As far as the NCAA investigation goes, it’s a long way from over, but Cane’s fans should feel encouraged by the NCAA’s first ruling in this case. Canes and Terps face off in a big ACC game Monday.

Georgia Tech released their depth chart for the Western Carolina game, and FromTheRumbleSeat.com has it covered. No major surprises. Two players I’ve read that have been impressive that I want see are the shifty A-Back Ton Zenon and LB Jeremiah Attaochu. If the Jackets are to have a successful season they need some of these less experienced players to have a big years.

If you read AllSportsDiscussion.com you should know the name Chris Colston. Colston did some football interviews with our friend @HokieGuru earlier this summer. Chris is back with Virginia Tech blogger GobblerCountry.com to answer questions about the upcoming season for the Hokies. Colston says keep an eye on Virginia DE James Gayle. He could be a household name by the end of the year.

Boston College opens with a tricky non-conference game with Northwestern. BC Blogger Soaring to Glory gives you the rundown on one of the better games involving an ACC team of the weekend. 

Looking for the first ACC Power Poll of the season? ACCBlogger.com has one. Guess who’s on top? A little different than what most people are saying.

NC State blog StatefansNation.com makes a case for the Wolfpack to be SEC’s 14th team. My only comment to people is as far SEC expansion goes more folks are going to get left out than get in.  

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