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Monthly Archive: January 2018

Jan
22
2018

Why is Virginia Tech Barely An NIT Team? The Reasons Are Plentiful.

Good morning, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) fans!!!   The government may shut down – but @AllSportsDACC never shuts down – and I’m here blogging for you now. Yes, sir. #ACC — Matthew (@hokiesmash_ASD) January 22, 2018   Let’s talk about Virginia Tech men’s basketball.  At 2-4 in the ACC, the Hokies need a bunch of …

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Jan
21
2018

Giving 2017 year-end final grades to the ACC Atlantic Division football coaches.

Before we completely close the door on the 2017 football season, let’s hand out some grades for the ACC coaching efforts for the past season. Coastal Division Coaching Grades Clemson – Dabo Swinney : A Clemson won the ACC for the 3rd straight year, and went to the playoffs for the 3rd straight year. The …

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Jan
20
2018

Kevin Stallings needs to go and not all the reasons are his fault

Pitt did it again. Pitt lost to Duke 81-54. The Panthers are 0-6 in ACC, and all of those loses have come by double digits. Yes, you read that right, The Pitt Panthers have lost all of their ACC games by double digits. The basketball program has fallen on hard times. It started under Jamie …

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Jan
20
2018

Time to appreciate what Virginia basketball can do on defense.

In the ACC’s basketball pre-season basketball poll, Virginia was predicted to finish 6th.  That’s not bad. If Virginia finishes 6th in the ACC, they’ll make the NCAA tournament. With the recent success of Virginia basketball, though that’s sounds like a little bit of a rebuilding year. The Hoos haven’t finished lower than 5th in the ACC …

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Jan
19
2018

@ColFootballNews ranks the 2017 job of all 130 College Football Head Coaches.

We have just a short post for tonight. @ColFootballNews   ranks 2017 job of all 130 College Football Head Coaches.  Did Jimbo Fisher really do the worst job in the country? Make sure you follow the All Sports Discussion Twitter account at @AllSportsDACC and please like our Facebook Page

Jan
18
2018

Chop’s Takes: ACC Football 2018 Prediction Series

  Chop’s Takes: Grand Debut Miss College Football yet, ACC fans? I certainly do. Go figure, my Alma Mater goes 7-6, undergoes coaching changes, and I’m already anxious to get the 2018 season underway! But football is more than a one team sport. The ACC, after all, consists of 14 prestigious programs (and non-football member …

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Jan
18
2018

A Baker’s Dozen: Announcers and Media Members We Would Like to See On The SiriusXM ACC Audio Channel

Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans.  And now Helion Prime’s Life Find’s a Way 😉 And let’s get right to it – recently David Teel of the Newport News Daily Press reported the Sirius XM satellite radio and the ACC’s announcement of a new ACC audio channel.  You can see more on the …

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Jan
17
2018

ACC Bubble Analysis for January 17, 2017

This is going to be a weekly article, where I seed the ACC teams and where I think they’d should be placed if the tournament started the same day as my posting. In my ranking system, any RPI top (100) win is a good win and any RPI top (50) obviously worth more. Any losses …

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Jan
17
2018

2018 ACC Football Schedule Released

The ACC released the ACC football schedule today. Check out the schedule available from theACC.com.  As we do each year on the blog, we’ll review what we like about the schedule and what we don’t like. We will do that over the next few days. Make sure you follow the All Sports Discussion Twitter account …

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Jan
16
2018

Around the #ACC Blogosphere For January 16, 2018

ACC Blog ACCPrescription looks at what ESPN’s acquisition of the Fox Sports Regional Network’s could mean for the ACC Network.   Clemson blog ShakintheSouthland is pretty darned pleased that Christian Wilkins is returning to the Clemson defensive line along with the rest of the stars along that D-Line. Clemson had the best D-Line in College Football …

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Jan
15
2018

Podcast – @Hokiesmash_ASD & @TalkinACCSports talk ACC Basketball with @Peacone36 of ACCBasketballReport.com

@Hokiesmash_ASD and @TalkinACCSports have a brand new guest to talk ACC basketball with. We are joined by (Mychal Hunter) @Peacone36 who runs the site, ACCBasketballReport.com. Please check it out! You can also find this most recent podcast and all our other podcasts on ITUNES at https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/rwradios-acc-weekly-podcast/id831843856?t=2. We are also now available on Stitcher! http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/httpwwwtalkshoecomtalkshoewebtalkcastjspmasterid130024cmdtc/the-acc-weekly-podcast?refid=stpr In this order, these are topics …

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Jan
14
2018

Florida State Football: New Coaching Staff

Hey there ACC/Nole fans! After a few weeks’ hiatus, I’d like to introduce everyone to Florida State’s new Football Coaching Staff! This has been the discussion of the off-season so far for Noles across the globe. Who is Willie Taggart? What was his legacy before taking the head coaching gig at Florida State? Who is …

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Jan
13
2018

Giving 2017 year-end final grades to the ACC Coastal Division football coaches.

Before we completely close the door on the 2017 football season, let’s hand out some grades for the ACC coaching efforts for the past season. Atlantic Division Coaching Grades Miami – Mark Richt : A Mark Richt made Miami relevant again. The Canes followed up a 9 win season with a 10 win one. They …

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Jan
13
2018

Keith Jackson’s best calls… RIP

The best College Football announcer ever…. Keith Jackson who passed away today.  Especially later in his career when he only covered West Coast games, I’d switch over to listen to Jackson call a few minutes of game even if I wasn’t that interested in the participants. He was the voice of college football Saturdays to me. …

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Jan
12
2018

ACC Bubble Analysis for January 12, 2017

This is going to be a weekly article, where I seed the ACC teams and where I think they’d should be placed if the tournament started the same day as my posting. In my ranking system, any RPI top (100) win is a good win and any RPI top (50) obviously worth more. Any losses …

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Jan
11
2018

ACC’s Heisman Chances look a little slim for 2018

If sportsbettingdime.com’s early 2018 Heisman Trophy odds are to be believed, next year won’t see the third ACC winner in the last six years. FSU’s Jameis Winston and Louisville’s Lamar Jackson won the award in 2013 and 2016, respectively, but heading into 2018, the top ACC candidate is Clemson’s senior QB, Kelly Bryant, at 25/1, …

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