Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere December 3, 2013.

Jim Grobe

It’s ACC Championship week! We have the Florida State Seminoles who may the best team in the country playing the best Duke team in history. FSU is the overwhelming favorite. Let’s not kid ourselves it’s going to take a miracle for Duke to win, but that speaks more to how good FSU is, because the Blue Devils are quality team. They’ve earned the right to be there. Also we have basketball kicking into gear. ACC Bloggers – What do you have for us?

Jameis Winston is an overwhelming Heisman favorite says Tomahawknation… Yes no question about that. His legal issues? Um… in my opinion until something actually happens there, people should be voting based on his on the field performance.

DukeBasketballReport talks about the man David Cutcliffe that built Duke Football into a winner. What an amazing job he’s done…

Speaking of amazing coaching jobs. When Wake Forest won the 2006, I thought it was one of the best coaching jobs I’ve ever seen. Jim Grobe the architect of that remarkable is stepping down at Wake Forest and Demon Deacon blog BloggersSoDear remembers Grobe’s tenure.

Clemson blog ShakintheSouthland says Dabo Swinney has become John Cooper. Remember that Ohio State coach who beat everybody, but his rival Michigan. Swinney is now 1-5 against South Carolina. Swinney isn’t going anywhere, but Clemson fans aren’t happy about this.

TarHeelFanblog is as frustrated with the Tar Heel Basketball as Roy Williams is. You can expect these kind of inconsistent results like the recent three games where the Heels lost to Belmont, beat Louisville, lost to UAB until Hairston and McDonald start playing. If they get to play.

Virginia might be terrible, but that doesn’t matter to Hokie Blog Gobbler Country who talking about talk about sweeping the decade from the Cavaliers.  Ouch!

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