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Oct
04
2011

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere October 4, 2011

The first week of October starts with the Virginia Tech Hokies and Florida State Seminoles on a collision… oops wait scratch that. Make that the Clemson Tigers and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are on a collision course for ACC supremacy. FSU and Virginia Tech aren’t out their respective Division races, a little tougher for the Noles, but on October 4th, most of us certainly didn’t expect to see Clemson and Georgia Tech at the top of the standings. How are those bloggers and the rest of the ACC bloggers seeing things?

After Clemson’s incredible start ShakintheSouthLand talks about the Tigers avoiding complacency.

FromtheRumbleSeat tells us that Paul Johnson is asking for the students to show up at the game against Maryland. Come on Georgia Tech students get out and support the 5-0 Yellow Jackets. I know what it’s like to be a Georgia Tech student. Puts the books down for 3 1/2 hours and watch your team.

GobblerCountry addresses the state of the Virginia Tech season after their disappointing performance against Clemson. Virginia Tech will find a way to get back into contention in the ACC Coastal. That’s what they do. If you’re going to get Frank Beamer and Hokies, it’s usually early in the season. They still control their destiny in the Coastal, but they have some big issues especially on offense to resolve.

Check out the ACCBlogger’s latest ACC Power Poll. No surprise who’s Number 1.

Lookie here Wake Forest is off to a 3-1 start, and is one bad quarter at Syracuse from being 4-0. Wake Forest WR Chris Givens could shatter some Deac receiving records if he keeps going the way he’s started the season. Thanks to Wake Forest BloggersSoDear for that article.

On the other end of spectrum from the Clemson and Georgia Tech blogs is one of the Boston College Bloggers SoaringtoGlory who shares his frustration on a BC season headed toward a total disaster.

 


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