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Monthly Archive: December 2012

Dec
13
2012

What should the ACC do after the Big East’s split?

Conference expansion or contraction or realignment or whatever they are calling it these days took another turn today with the Big East basketball schools splitting from their football counterparts.  So for the ACC what should they do? Well I have a something new to the realignment game. The ACC should not expand, they should stand pat. …

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Dec
11
2012

Galaxy do it again as David Beckham bids farewell to LA

We have a submission from an international contributor today. Amit Janeja of the United Kingdom. Always good to broaden the sports horizons. It was into the 90th minute when a long ball over the top of the Dynamo defense was chased down by Robbie Keane.  The Irishman, whose five goals in the playoffs were instrumental in …

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Dec
10
2012

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere December 10, 2012.

Normally our articles from around the ACC Blogosphere is a Monday feature, but this will be moved to Sunday night as Monday will be our ACC Bubble Analysis night. Why the move? Because there will usually be ACC Sunday night basketball games, and we want the results included from those games. Everything clear? OK time …

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Dec
09
2012

ACC Bubble Analysis for December 9, 2012

It’s never too early to begin looking at where your ACC is regards to the NCAA tournament, especially as we near conference play. Already several ACC teams have quality non-conference wins, which is what the committee looks at heavily. I’m expecting this year in the ACC to be as competitive as it’s been in years, and the …

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Dec
08
2012

Looking at the top scorers in ACC Basketball History.

Enjoy, looking at some great ACC basketball players from the past!

Dec
06
2012

Fantasy Football has ruined the way I watch the NFL.

Today as I headed to lunch at the day job, I got a harmless question from one of my co-workers. Who was my favorite NFL team? Frankly I hadn’t really thought about it in quite awhile. I live in South Carolina was it the Carolina Panthers? I used to live in Atlanta, maybe it’s the …

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Dec
04
2012

A look forward to the Men’s 2013 Tennis Season.

We have a guest write today, that follows tennis. I played tennis in high school and used to follow the sport closely. So it is good to see it get some coverage. As you know here at AllSportsDiscussion you write it, we’ll post it. Adam Robinson is a writer with a particular interest in tennis …

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Dec
03
2012

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere December 3, 2012.

Before we get to the around the ACC Blogosphere, check out who made the ACC Basketball’s weekly honors. Thanks to @HokieGuru for sending that to me! Virginia Tech’s Erick Green, Duke’s Mason Plumlee and Rasheed Sulaimon earn weekly ACC basketball honors Release at Will: Monday, December 3, 2012 http://theacc.co/MBBPOW120312 OK What’s up Bloggers? Miami Blogger …

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Dec
02
2012

Reaction to the ACC Bowl Matchups

The ACC Bowl Matchups are set. They range from outstanding viewer television to nightmare matchups. Let’s take a look… Belk Charlotte, NC Bank of America Stadium Dec. 27, 6:30 pm, ESPN ACC No. 5 vs. Big East No. 3 Projection: Duke vs. Cincinnati   The Belk Bowl wanted a local school in the worst way. They got a Duke …

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Dec
02
2012

Quick Thoughts on Florida State’s ACC Title win Over Georgia Tech.

This will be a short post tonight, but I wanted to put some thoughts down on what I saw tonight in Charlotte, NC. First it was a heckuva effort by Georgia Tech. When they got down 21-3, it looked like there were going to get humiliated. In the 2nd half they played with a defensive …

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Dec
01
2012

Florida State and Georgia Tech for the ACC Title.

Hey there is an actual football game Saturday! The ACC Title game in Charlotte between Georgia Tech and Florida State. There’s still an Orange Bowl trip at stake, and with the Kent St. loss the likely opponent looks like Louisville. I’m sure the Orange Bowl, and John Swofford are rooting for Florida State to win …

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