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Monthly Archive: July 2013

Jul
15
2013

2013 Operation ACC Football – Coastal Division Roundtable Part 1

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Good evening from all of us at All Sports Discussion.  Good evening from all of us at All Sports Discussion.  We’re happy to have @ztevans,  @DukeBlogMKline, @vtechfanblog, and @FearTheStache give their thoughts on the upcoming 2013 Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) football season.  Please see their bios below: @ztevans:  Zach Evans is from Princeton, NC and …

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Jul
14
2013

2013 British Open Preview: The Top 10 Contenders.

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We are headed into the 3rd major of the British Open. Typically this is the most wide-open of all the majors, because so much depends on the weather. The last two winners were 40 something veterans Ernie Els and Darren Clarke. Unknowns like Ben Curtis and Todd Hamilton have won in recent years, and of …

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Jul
13
2013

Ranking the 5 best Cornerbacks in the ACC for 2013.

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We take a look at the ACC’s top Cornerbacks for 2013. These are guys that are going try to lock down your passing games. Let’s find out who they are. Previous Rankings Quarterbacks  | Running Backs | Wide Receivers | Tight Ends | Offensive Linemen | Defensive Linemen | Linebackers | Safeties | Special Teams 1) Ross Cockrell, Duke Here’s exhibit A of how David Cutcliffe has improved …

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Jul
11
2013

How the ACC compares to the other Power 5 conferences in football recruiting. You may be surprised.

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Not long ago I took a look at how the ACC teams were doing in recruiting this summer.  A month has passed that piece, and I want to address that how the ACC as a whole  is building significant football recruiting momentum. How much so? You might be surprised. ACCPrescription also covered recently the ACC’s recruiting …

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Jul
09
2013

Reader’s choice ACC article. You pick the topic!

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Recently I wrote the piece “What each ACC Football program must do to reach their potential.” at the request of one of my twitter followers as something that would be interesting. The response has been great. It’s been one of my most popular blogs posts in months. I’m going to try something here on the blog, and …

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Jul
08
2013

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere July 8, 2013.

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It’s the 2nd week of July, and now we can fully turn our attention to getting ready for the college football season, which is now (Thankfully) only weeks away. Ok ACC Bloggers what’s happening? Clemson blog ShakintheSouthland looks back the Clemson Georgia game of 1986.  For you younger folks out there, let me explain something. Back …

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Jul
07
2013

What each ACC football program must do to reach their potential.

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I got this idea for an article from a follower mine on twitter @iLLDuce. What each ACC football program must do to reach their potential. The simple answers are get better players and get better coaching, and you can compete for and win national titles. Sometimes that is the answer, but not always. There are …

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Jul
06
2013

Ranking the 5 best Linebackers in the ACC for 2013.

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We’ve now moved on to rank our top 5 linebackers in the ACC. In a bit of surprise, as I looked at each team’s roster, a school I didn’t expect might have the best group linebackers in the ACC. Let’s find out who it is… Previous Rankings Quarterbacks  | Running Backs | Wide Receivers | Tight Ends | Offensive Linemen | Defensive Linemen | Cornerbacks | Safeties | …

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Jul
05
2013

TV’s influence on College Football.

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Prior to the ACC’s finalizing their GOR agreement in April, we had pretty much spent previous 15 months talking about college football conferences and their TV contracts. Who was really in charge the conferences or the television networks? If you’re looking for well written detailed article on subject, here’s one from Jeremy Fowler of CBS …

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Jul
03
2013

Sammy Watkins’s “beat the mess” out of Georgia comments are much ado about nothing.

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Sammy Watkins made some comments this past week, that got the college football world buzzing this week. In case you missed it, here they are from the USA Today… “If we come out and beat Georgia, not just beat ‘em but beat the mess out of ‘em like we should, I don’t see no problems in …

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Jul
02
2013

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere July 2, 2013.

Clemson's Andre Ellington, left, scores a touchdown in front of Florida State's Ochuko Jenije during fourth-quarter action in Clemson, S.C. on Saturday, Nov. 7, 2009. (Travis Bell/Sideline Carolina)

The big news was Monday in the ACC, as Syracuse, Pittsburgh, and Notre Dame (mostly) officially joined the conference. What is the ACC bloggers take on this among other topics? Syracuse blog Nunesmagician introduces themselves to the ACC.  CardiacHill, the Pittsburg blog, says it’s spectACCular that Pitt is joining the ACC. Get it? spectACCular… That’s …

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Jul
01
2013

With Notre Dame, Pittsburgh, and Syracuse officially in the ACC, here’s what I like about each addition.

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Pretty significant day for the ACC Monday as Pittsburgh, Notre Dame, and Syracuse became official members of the ACC. I know some folks are saying what’s the big deal, we knew this was happening for months. It’s never official, until well it’s 100% official. Just ask the Big East, with smart moves to try an …

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