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Sep
29
2015

Articles Around the #ACC Blogosphere – September 29, 2015

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It’s that’s time again to see what the ACC Bloggers are writing about…

Clemson has little game this weekend. You know the one with Top 10 ranked Notre Dame. Clemson blog ShakintheSouthLand says Dabo Swinney is ready for the “Party”. 

Louisville blog CardinalSportsZone has Bobby Petrino’s comments about the Cardinals upcoming game with NC State.  To say the season is on the line for Louisville would be an understatement.

Miami plays Cincinnati this week so it seems appropriate that the ACC Blog ACCPrescription wonders should the ACC expand could Cincinnati be an expansion candidate? It’s pretty simple, the ACC shouldn’t expand unless Notre Dame joins, and then it is between Cincinnati and UCONN. My vote would be Cincinnati, because I think under the right circumstances they could have a pretty good football program. Though I don’t see any expansion movement for several year, it is interesting to think about.

The Duke football team stuffed Georgia Tech’s triple option offense this past weekend. Duke blog DukeReport.com has several observations from the game.  I’m expecting the Duke matchup with Boston College this week to be an absolute fist fight of a game. There should be a lot of hitting in that one.

At 3-0, Miami is one of the pleasant early ACC surprises this season. How does the Miami blog StateoftheU’s contributor roundtable feel about Miami’s start to the season?  

Virginia blog UniversityBall hasn’t given up the Cavaliers season even after a humiliating 56-14 loss to Boise State. They have seven ways the Hoos can still salvage the season.

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