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Oct
13
2014

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere October 13, 2014.

Louisville v Purdue

We’ve reached the halfway point in the season. Are you happy with how your ACC football team is doing? If not basketball season is right around the corner. What do the ACC bloggers have for us tonight?

Louisville’s first trip to Death Valley was one of the most physical defensive games you’ll ever see. How did Louisville blog CardinalSportsZone view the game? Was the glass half full or a glass half empty loss for Louisville?  

Following Georgia Tech’s disappointing loss to Duke, how did Yellow Jacket blog FromtheRumbleSeat feel?  They were surprisingly even keeled, I’d say. I think Georgia Tech has some concerns. That defense just isn’t getting any better. There are personal issues that you just can’t scheme around. It’s a lot to ask of an offense to control both sides of the field if you know what I mean.

Boston College blog SoaringtoGlory has reaction to the Eagles solid road at NC State. 

Duke blog DukeReport.com was feeling pretty good after the Blue Devils win at Georgia Tech. It’s strange. Some folks still look at Duke like it’s 2006. The Blue Devils are a good team. Their offensive line dominated Georgia Tech upfront the entire game. They can win the Coastal.

Did you know Rashad Greene became Florida State’s all-time career leader in receptions? FSU blog Tomahawknation tells us how Greene stacks up with the rest of the Florida State greats.   Hey there’s a little game this weekend between FSU and Notre Dame. That should be a lot of fun. Jameis Winston and autographs… just read. 

NC State has lost 11 straight ACC games. Wolfpack blog StateFansNation assess the damage and gives an outlook on the rest of the season.

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