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Feb
10
2013

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere February 10, 2013.

We just had national signing day, and some major movement basketball wise in the ACC. How do the ACC bloggers feel about the goings on?

StateoftheU asks after Miami destroys North Carolina whether the Hurricanes are the number 1 team in the country? It sounds crazy, but is there team playing better right now in the nation?

I think the question you have to ask is Miami the best team at the moment or does another team have a better overall resume like Michigan, Arizona, Duke or Indiana. If I’m ranking teams it’s Duke, Michigan, Miami, Indiana, then Arizona.

ShakintheSouthland is disappointed that Clemson missed on a couple of big name defensive linemen, but is satisfied the Tigers addressed some major needs on NSD.

Need a recap of FSU’s signing day? Tomahawknation has it. Considering all the coaching upheaval this off-season at Florida State, the Noles finished strongly in my opinion.

We just talked Miami routing the North Carolina. How did TarHeelFanblog take the loss? We’ll deservedly they gave Miami a lot of credit for being an elite team.

I think Wake Forest blog BloggersSoDear is as perplexed as the rest of us trying to figure out the Demon Deacons basketball team. They are so good at home and so bad on the road. This weekend they finished off any faint NCAA hopes that Florida State still had.

By the time the football season rolls Pittsburgh and Syracuse will be in the ACC. So what’s happening at Pitt Blog CardiacHill? We’ll they are excited about the possibility of opening their ACC season against Florida State on Labor Day. Personally I think is a great idea. Put one of your conference’s biggest name football programs against one your new members on national TV. That’s good for everyone involved. I hope it happens.

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