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Jan
26
2016

Articles Around the #ACC Blogosphere – January 26, 2016

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ACC Bloggers time!

ACC Blog ACCPrescription discusses a recent interview with former Georgia Tech play by play and announcer and current Voice of the ACC Wes Durham, as Durham talks about the ACC Network.   I will say this what Durham said a year ago on our podcast is not much different that he is saying now.

The Miami Hurricanes were very impressive in beating Duke Monday. Miami blog StateoftheU has 5 observations from the Hurricanes win. I think Miami is the ACC’s second best team. There I said it.

What do you do when you win a basketball game after trailing by 7 points with 20 seconds? Virginia blog StreakingtheLawn tells us as they review the Hoos very improbable win over Wake Forest Tuesday night.

Is Georgia Tech closing in on a strong recruiting finish? The Yellow Jackets had pretty much a sleepy recruiting class going, but things picked up the last 2 weeks. This is a chance for Paul Johnson’s best recruiting finish as Jackets head coach. Georgia Tech blog FromtheRumbleSeat details how Georgia Tech could end up. Jacket fans should feel encouraged.

North Carolina basketball just keeps winning, and they keep winning even though star guard Marcus Paige is struggling with his shot. UNC blog TarHeelBlog has an interesting theory as to what is causing Paige’s slump. 

Maybe a little forgotten with UNC being undefeated is that Louisville is only 1 game behind the Tar Heels. I said earlier that I thought Miami was the ACC’s second best team, but Louisville may have something to say about that. Louisville blog CardinalSportsZone says the Cardinals may be poised for a strong run down the stretch.

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