Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere January 5, 2015


It’s been a couple of weeks since we took a look around ACC Blogosphere. With the football season at a close, what are feelings of ACC Bloggers on things?

Georgia Tech blog FromtheRumbleSeat said it was a memorable, improbable, and spectacular season for Yellow Jacket football this season.   You know what? They are right. A team that is made up of players that didn’t finish in the top 40 of any one recruiting class is going to finish the year as one of the ten best football teams in the nation.

Florida State took it on the chin from an outstanding Oregon team in the national semi-final. Fear not, Nole fans some of your elite 2015 recruits are already headed to campus. Check out Seminole blog Tomahawknation to find out who.

Louisville Blog BigRedLouie looks at the Cardinals first ACC basketball game against Wake Forest. Sounds like Louisville is ready for a fun ride through the ACC.

What were the 10 biggest moments in Clemson sports this year? Tiger blog ShakintheSouthland tells us. 

ACC Blog ACCPerscription asks what does the ACC need to do to change it’s perception as a weak football conference.  I can and will blog on this topic in detail soon, but basically if you are not convinced the ACC  has advanced in the last 2-3 years in football vs the debacle of most of the BCS era then nothing will convince you. There’s room for improvement, but progress is being made. The ACC is beating more top teams from other power conference than at anytime in recent memory.

Virginia blog UniversityBall is relieved that the Cavaliers were able to leave Miami with a hard fought win Saturday.  That’s what good teams do. They find ways to win on the road.

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1 comment

  1. Hokie Mark says:


    Thanks for the love, man!

    The article which addresses the progress made is here:

    I look forward to reading what you guys have to say on this subject!
    – Mark

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