Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere September 17, 2012.

Not much going on in the ACC this past week. Just a few things out there… You have the ACC’s biggest regular season game of the year with Clemson and FSU squaring off. Notre Dame is joining the ACC and the ACC’s Orange Bowl opponent is just about inked from a pool of teams from the SEC\Big 10\Notre Dame. What are the ACC bloggers saying about all this?

Tomahawknation has some interview notes from E.J Manuel and Jimbo Fisher on their upcoming game with Clemson.

Clemson blog ShakintheSouthland has some Monday notes on the big matchup with Florida State.  There are lots of good links in this article. Seeing the Clemson offense vs that Florida State defense is going to be something else.

What does Notre Dame blog OneFootDown think about joining the ACC? I think they are pretty pleased.  Good week for the Irish, join a new conference and get a huge over Michigan St. I’m telling you Brian Kelly is going to make Notre Dame relevant again, and we’ll look back and realize what a smart deal this was for everyone involved.

BCInterruption has some initial thoughts on the ACC’s Orange Bowl deal that’s nearing completion.

FromtheRumbleSeat does some Monday Morning Analysis of Georgia Tech’s near perfect effort against Virginia. I’m not sure the Jackets can play a better half of football than they did in the first half of their game with the Cavaliers.

I was wondering how bad Virginia Tech was feeling after the debacle against Pittsburgh. No surprise Hokie blog GobblerCountry is down in the dumps.

I had this sent to me today from a Hokie fan. Think of it as the tweet of the day, and I pretty sure it expresses exactly how most Hokie fans feel about their Offensive Coordinator much maligned Mr. Stinespring.

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