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Nov
26
2013

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere November 26, 2013.

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It’s a rivalry week in College Football. That means Florida State vs Florida, Clemson vs South Carolina, Georgia vs Georgia Tech, Duke vs North Carolina, and Virginia Tech vs Virginia. That gives the ACC several chances against the SEC to finish the regular season. If the ACC can go 2-1 in these 3 games, I’d take and run. Florida State is heavily favored and should roll over an awful Florida team, so we’re looking at you Clemson or Georgia Tech. Duke is playing for an ACC Coastal Division, but if they lose Virginia Tech could get that spot. There is plenty on the line this week. Time to get the ACC Bloggers take on things.

Some good stuff from Tomahawknation discussing how hot Will Muschamps’s seat is at Florida. They also say take a wait and see approach Jameis Winston. Sounds like the right advice.

Georgia Tech blog FromtheRumbleSeat details the Anatomy of Hate for the Georgia Bulldogs. Speaking as a Georgia Tech fan, I’d love to see the Yellow Jackets win, but they are just so overmatched talent wise it’s hard to see a win over the Dawgs, even with all their injuries.

How does the schedule affect the Clemson vs South Carolina game asks Clemson blog ShakintheSouthland? I think it was a smart move that Clemson scheduled FCS team Citadel prior to the South Carolina game. We’ll see if it can help stop the Tigers 4 game losing streak to the Gamecocks.

Virginia Tech blog TheKeyplay describes how the Hokies must win the war in the trenches against Virginia. I cannot the imagine the backlash in Blacksburg if Virginia Tech loses this game to what is a truly awful Virginia Cavalier team.

Podcast friend Mike Kline writes for DukeSportsBlog he says there are a lot milestones on the line for Duke football against North Carolina this weekend.

An All-ACC BCS title game between Florida State and Clemson? Not as far-fetched as you might think. ACCPerscription lays out the scenario for this to happen.

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