Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere October 27, 2014.

Louisville v Purdue

This week is highlighted by one of the biggest ACC games of the year when Florida State heads to Louisville this Thursday night. You know Louisville and Florida State bloggers will have something to say about that game. What other topics are the ACC bloggers covering this week?

Louisville blog CardSportsZone has a prediction for the FSU/Louisville game. Seminole fans you aren’t going like this pick. I plan to blog more on this game tomorrow, but I don’t like the way FSU’s offensive line has played most of the year, and Louisville has a very good defensive front. The Noles are really going to have to lean on Jameis Winston’s arm, because I don’t think they will have much of a running game in this one.

Florida State blog Tomahawknation gives their assessment of the top-ranked Louisville defense.   Tomahawaknation also has the latest on the domestic violence  investigation involving RB Karlos Williams.

Are you wondering how Georgia Tech graded out after their 56-28 win over Pittsburgh? Yellow Jacket blog FromtheRumbleSeat has it for you. I’m glad FromtheRumbleSeat graded the Jackets offensive line so high. I believe this is the best offensive line Paul Johnson has had at Georgia Tech.

After the debacle last week in Blacksburg, Hokie blog GobblerCountry questions the future of the Virginia Tech program.

TarHeelBlog says there are still five unanswered questions after the recently released Wainstein report.  Unfortunately for UNC, I don’t see the end of this ordeal anytime soon. Now UNC waits for what the NCAA will do with the report.

@WillWorldMN, a frequent ACC podcast guest, has his ACC power rankings at the fine ACC Blog SCACCHoops.com.

Last but most definitely not least… with the first College Football Playoff Rankings coming out Tuesday, the ACC Weekly Podcast featured @MKellyCFP COO of the college football playoffs to discuss those playoffs with @Hokiesmash and myself – @TalkinACCSports. It is worth a listen.

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