Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere November 24, 2014


A lot of things are going on in the ACC right now. Football is in the homestretch, and Basketball is gearing up… We check in on the ACC bloggers now.

We’ll start with Virginia Blog StreakingtheLawn. In a scene of pure awesomeness, a Virginia student was caught singing to a goose during the Virginia\Miami football game. Streaking the Lawn has the interview. The man behind the goose!  It was a dominanting win for Virginia over Miami.

Things are not so fun in Blacksburg. Let’s be honest it is a dumpster there. @JoshParcell, a past ACC podcast guest, says Bud Foster should leave Virginia Tech if certain changes aren’t made. I think you can guess what he’s talking about.

Georgia Tech blog FromtheRumbleSeat makes a statistical comparison of Georgia Tech and arch rival UGA.  If Georgia Tech could somehow beat Georgia, they’ll build a statue of Paul Johnson on the Georgia Tech campus.

Clemson blog RubbingtheRock looks at Clemson being a Vegas favorite over rival South Carolina. I’m stating the obvious, but this game completely hinges on whether Deshaun Watson plays for Clemson. It’s that simple.

Louisville enjoyed a big win over Notre Dame this past week. CardinalSportsZone has a photo gallery of the the Cardinals victory. Great job Cards, now go beat Kentucky!

Wake Forest blog BloggersSoDear was pretty thrilled about their win over Virginia Tech. It was Wake Forest’s first ACC victory this year, Happy Day at Wake.

Florida State has a big game this weekend with in-state rival Florida, but there is some sobering news out of Florida State. The first victim of the tragic shooting at Florida State is still in critical condition and is paralyzed from the waste down. Seminole Blog Tomahawknation has a link if you would like to make a donation to a medical trust of the victim.  

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