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Oct
20
2014

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere October 20, 2014.

VirginiaTech

Well the ACC picked up its third OOC win over team ranked in the top 10 when they played them this year when Florida State beat Notre Dame. That leads all power 5 conferences. ESPN’s ACC coverage felt the need to rip the conference after this great win.  I’m all for fair criticism, but that article wasn’t ESPN’s um best work. Stick with us and the ACC Bloggers for your ACC coverage.

What do they have for us today?

If you’ve watched the Virginia Tech Hokies at all the last 3 or 4 years, there is one glaring problem. That is the offensive line. Hokie blog TreadMillHorse discusses the issues Virginia Tech is having with the offensive line, and why the talent there isn’t better. 

Florida State blog Tomahawknation looks Florida State by the numbers after their win over Notre Dame. By the way the offensive pass interference penalty at the end of the game was the right call.

Speaking of being a little frustrated with ESPN, as I did at the beginning of this post, ACCPerscription has some suggestions for fighting back a little bit with ESPN if you are disappointed by their coverage of college football.  

DukeReport.com has a good interview with former Duke basketball and now new assistant basketball coach Jon Scheyer.

FromtheRumbleSeat, a Georgia Tech blog, writes about what’s wrong with the Yellow Jackets following their 48-43 loss to UNC.  Hint – It’s not the offense.

Pittsburgh bowl chances improves after a win over Virginia Tech says Panther Blog CardiacHill. Hey if Pitt knocks off Georgia Tech this weekend, they can go from feeling good about a bowl games and starting think about contending for the Coastal Division title.

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