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Monthly Archive: November 2011

Nov
11
2011

Clemson and Virginia Tech give the ACC a chance at having 2 BCS teams. Here’s how (Updated)…

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It’s nearly the middle of November and the ACC will send their champion to the Orange Bowl, and that will be it as far as the conference goes with BCS teams. Wait a minute 2011 might just be different. For the first time the ACC has 2 teams the Clemson Tigers and Virginia Tech Hokies …

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Nov
09
2011

Penn State story just saddens me.

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I sat down tonight with the full intent to write about some of the sports I love to follow, and I just couldn’t. With all that is going on an Penn St it’s kind of hard to just write about fun topics, when anywhere from 8-20 or more children were abused. The alleged acts so …

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Nov
08
2011

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere November 8, 2011

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Big week in the ACC. Clemson\Wake Forest and Georgia Tech\Virginia Tech all play each with major Division Championship Implications. North Carolina has a huge basketball game with Michigan St this week too in the Carrier Classic. Georgia Tech blogger FromtheRumbleSeat takes a look at Vegas making Virginia Tech a 1 point favorite in the game. …

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Nov
07
2011

ACC Bowl Projections for November 7, 2011

George Bryan

Did those ACC Bowl predictions change since last week? A bowl eligible Wake Forest, North Carolina, or NC State may not make the cut, unless another spot open elsewhere. So who gets left out? Advocare V100 Independence Bowl December 26, 2011  Shreveport, LA, 5:00 pm ESPN Mountain West No. 3 vs. ACC No. 7 Projection: Wyoming …

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Nov
06
2011

10 Reasons why there should not be a LSU Alabama rematch for the BCS Title.

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The game of the century was Saturday night, 1 vs 2, LSU vs Alabama. It’ was a hard hitting, back and forth defensive struggle, that LSU won 9-6 in Tuscaloosa. If you like defense, it was a classic. I like defense I thought it was a heck of a game, but I don’t want to …

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Nov
06
2011

ACC Week 10 awards. The Good, The Bad and the Ugly.

Jim Grobe

Some of the ACC heavyweights (Clemson, Virginia Tech, Georgia Tech) got a much needed BYE week, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t some pivotal results. Let see what the Good, The Bad and The Ugly for the week was. The Good Going Bowling The Mike London rebuilding project at Virginia continues to gather steam. The …

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Nov
03
2011

What ACC Championship Game do you want to see?

Time for a little ACC poll. With just over a month left before the ACCCG, which matchup would you most like to see? I’ve read that less than 1000 general sale tickets remain. That’s good news for the ACC. It sure isn’t like it was when the game was held in Florida and you couldn’t …

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Nov
02
2011

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere November 2, 2011

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It’s time check out what’s happening with the ACC Bloggers this week. We are in the home stretch of the college football season and getting ready for college basketball. This is one of the best sports times of the year. What do we have out there? Basketball and ACC, it’s that time of year. You …

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Nov
01
2011

Maryland Terrapin Football: October Month in Review – Team Dysfunctional

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Maryland Terrapin football is a complete mess in 2011. With one of the best returning ACC QB’s in Danny O’Brien, I felt this could be a darkhorse team in the ACC Atlantic, but Randy Edsall’s squad is in total disarray. Our resident Maryland expert contributing writer Josh Burton has put together a very fair assessment of …

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