Articles Around the #ACC Blogosphere – December 19, 2016



As we head into bowl season, let’s check in on the ACC Bloggers. We check in on some basketball too

ACC Perscription writes about an ACC produced show “Forging History: The Road to an ACC Championship”, that could be preview of shows we could see on the future ACC Network. Interesting… Always good stuff at ACC Prescription.

Do you think Clemson will be going anywhere after Deshaun Watson departs? I don’t think so. Clemson blog ShakintheSouthland tells us about the Tigers getting a commitment from consensus 5 star 2018 QB Trevor Lawrence.  It’s a long way from signing day, but that’s a great pickup for Clemson.

UNC and Kentucky played a classic basketball game Saturday where the Heels came up just short. TarHeelBlog has 3 things we learned about the UNC basketball team. 

Wake Forest blog BloggersSoDear discusses how Tommy Elrod undermined the Deacs football program. You know it as the WakeyLeaks story.

Do you think Florida State’s ascendance the last few years will continue? You bet, after the Noles signed head coach Jimbo Fisher to a new long extension.  Thanks to FSU blog Tomahawknation for sharing.

Duke has a really good basketball team right now, and they are getting healthier and deeper. Highly regarded Harry Giles is returning from injury and Duke Blog Duke Basketball Report talks about the expectations for the young star.

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  1. Hokie Mark says:

    Thanks for the kind words! I was able to catch the end of “Forging History” Saturday night, and what I saw looked good. Excellent segment on Isaiah Ford. Hope this does become a regular thing on the ACC Network…

  2. Jfann says:

    Yea I watched the last 30 minutes the other night. Very well done.

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