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Name: Zach Evans
Date registered: October 14, 2014

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  1. ACC Football Power Rankings – October 29, 2015 — October 29, 2015
  2. ACC Football Power Rankings – October 23, 2015 — October 23, 2015
  3. ACC Football Power Rankings – October 15, 2015 — October 15, 2015
  4. ACC Football Power Rankings – October 8, 2015 — October 8, 2015
  5. ACC Football Power Rankings – October 1, 2015 — October 1, 2015

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Oct
29
2015

ACC Football Power Rankings – October 29, 2015

This week was Operation ACC Basketball, but let’s not forget there’s still plenty of meaningful football to be played in the Atlantic Coast Conference. There are a couple of intriguing primetime matchups this week, starting tonight when North Carolina faces Pittsburgh. With the divisional battles ratcheting up, especially in the Coastal Division, it’s too early …

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Oct
23
2015

ACC Football Power Rankings – October 23, 2015

I came on the All Sports Discussion podcast this week, talking about things like Elijah Hood not getting carries in Charlotte, the importance of sucking up to the hosts of podcasts when you are invited to them, and racing. If you haven’t listened to that, you should. It’s a real good time, like Pitbull under …

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Oct
15
2015

ACC Football Power Rankings – October 15, 2015

The Atlantic Coast Conference football season has begun in earnest, with the number of conference matchups ramping up. Now, we start to see some clarity in the power rankings as HAHAHAHHAHAHAHA who am I kidding? Let’s get on with it. 1. Clemson – The State looked at the possibility of Clemson running the table in …

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Oct
08
2015

ACC Football Power Rankings – October 8, 2015

This week’s ACC power rankings saw plenty of shakeups after some wild and unexpected results in Week Five.  That probably means they are very, very, very wrong and will be proven as such in Week Six. Nonetheless, I’m here to bring them to you, so here they are! 1. Clemson – Hey, Twitter, you know …

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Oct
01
2015

ACC Football Power Rankings – October 1, 2015

Now that we’ve reached Week Five of the college football season, conference play begins in earnest in the ACC. There are five conference games this week, and Clemson-Notre Dame makes for a de facto sixth ACC game (and a primetime date). Throw in some fun with Hurricane Joaquin along the Atlantic (the actual ocean, not …

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Sep
24
2015

ACC Football Power Rankings – September 24, 2015

This week’s power rankings come a day late, but not a dollar short. Because they are free, you see. We love you, the fan, so much here at All Sports Discussion so much that we happily provide this content to you free of charge. It’s a labor of love! And there was lots to love …

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Sep
16
2015

ACC Football Power Rankings – September 16, 2015

I won’t even lie to you, dear reader: It’s hard to do power rankings this early in the season. How can you differentiate between various wins over FCS programs? Really, we’re just all here waiting for conference play to start and the excitement to ramp up. Fortunately, we did get one ACC game last week, …

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Sep
09
2015

ACC Football Power Rankings – September 9, 2015

There’s one week in the books for the Atlantic Coast Conference. There were no losses to FBS teams (although Pitt tried, bless their hearts), but there also weren’t any wins against major conference opponents. Did we really learn that much about any of the teams in the ACC? Probably not. Is that going to keep …

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Sep
02
2015

ACC Football Power Rankings – Preseason

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Ir’s almost here. College football season is just around the corner, with four Atlantic Coast Conference teams playing their season openers on Thursday. And thus, it’s time to bring back something I’m sure roughly two people have missed over the summer – my power rankings. Why are my power rankings better than anyone else’s power …

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May
19
2015

ACC Baseball Championship Preview

After a long season, it is time for the ACC Baseball Championship. After spending the last four years alternating with Greensboro’s NewBridge Bank Park as host of the event, the Durham Bulls Athletic Park  will host each of the next four ACC Tournaments, starting Tuesday with two play-in games. The winners of the play-in games …

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May
06
2015

ACC Baseball Weekly Roundup – May 6, 2015

Atlantic Advance: We could (and likely will) see the crowning of an Atlantic Division champion this weekend in Louisville, as the Cardinals will host Florida State in a battle of top-ten teams in the nation. The Cardinals have a five-game lead over the Seminoles in the ACC standings with six games left to play. This …

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Apr
23
2015

ACC Baseball Weekly Roundup – April 23, 2015

The Week The Middle Got Muddy: Last week, it appeared the top nine teams were pulling away from Virginia and Virginia Tech, setting up an in-state battle for the last spot in the ACC Tournament. Not so fast, my friends! Virginia took its first steps towards turning its season around by winning two games against …

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Apr
16
2015

ACC Weekly Baseball Roundup – April 16, 2015

Irish Chop Seminoles: Before losing to Toledo on Wednesday, Notre Dame extended its winning streak to eight games by sweeping the Florida State Seminoles. The Irish held Florida State to four runs over the course of the weekend in South Bend, dominating the series. So what does this mean for the Atlantic Division? Firstly, Louisville …

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Apr
08
2015

ACC Baseball Weekly Roundup – April 8, 2015

Opening Day: While the college season has been going strong since mid-February, the Major League Baseball season opened Sunday night, with most teams playing their first games on Monday. A couple of ACC products put in strong efforts to start the season. Miami’s Jon Jay opened the ACC’s ledger on the season, batting 2-for-4 with a …

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Apr
01
2015

ACC Weekly Baseball Roundup – April 1, 2015

This week serves as a halfway mark for the college baseball season, and each weekend brings us closer and closer to the ACC Baseball Tournament in Durham, N.C. and the NCAA Tournament that follows. This also serves as a great chance to see how the Atlantic Cost Conference’s baseball teams stack up and what work …

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Mar
23
2015

ACC Baseball Weekly Roundup – March 23, 2015

Sensational Seminoles: In an unexpected twist to the start of the ACC baseball season, the Virginia Cavaliers sit last in the Coastal Division standings with a 3-6 record in conference play. That distinction follows a 2-1 series loss at home to Florida State this weekend. Virginia won the series opener as Cavaliers head coach Brian …

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