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Category Archive: ACC Football

Dec
03
2017

Best Guess: Predicting ACC Bowl Berths

What a season to remember for the ACC! Where many projected a down year, the ACC has proven definitively that they are the best Football Conference in the land (in the regular season). But, as many will recall last season, the Big 10 was projected as the best regular season Football Conference. Let’s prove them …

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Dec
01
2017

An Ode to Jimbo Fisher: Jimbo Fisher’s Legacy at Florida State

It’s been a busy week in Tallahassee. Whats been a nightmarish season for Florida State almost seems inconsequential compared to the reality that’s facing Seminole Nation: Texas A&M managed to pull off the unthinkable. What was mere speculation has now become reality for College Football fans. Jimbo Fisher is leaving Tallahassee and it’s native powerhouse program …

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Nov
10
2017

FSU Opponent Preview: Clemson

What is usually hyped as the ACC match-up to decide the Conference is now, instead, just your usual fare in Conference play. Sort-of. Clemson is looking for a third straight appearance in the Atlantic Coast Conference Championship Game. Only one team stands in their way: a talented (but depleted) 3-5 Florida State squad. I don’t …

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Nov
03
2017

FSU Opponent Preview: Syracuse

It amazes me that I even have to type this: FSU is 2-5 in November. Yikes. It’s been very difficult to bring myself to write opponent previews at this point, as I have little faith in my alma mater. What’s happening at FSU transcends just being a bad team: FSU has a culture problem, and …

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Oct
13
2017

FSU Opponent Preview: Duke

Fool me twice. This is perhaps the roughest season for FSU in recent memory. Yes, that includes both last season as well as the 2011 season. What began as a promising season with veteran stars has now fallen in the shadow of what it could have been. The loss of Deondre Francois has crippled the …

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Oct
06
2017

FSU Opponent Preview: University of Miami

It’s Hurricane Season! Already pushed back a month after Hurricane Irma, this match-up against arch-rivals Florida State and University of Miami has come at a time of dramatic parallels for both programs. Florida State, after two heart-breaking losses and an injury bug, has barely strung together a win against Wake Forest. The Miami Hurricanes meanwhile …

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Sep
28
2017

FSU Opponent Preview: Wake Forest

Fool me once, shame on you. That’s the mantra going forward with this Seminoles squad. Going 0-2 to start the season is, I imagine, not what Seminole nation was anticipating. Heck, I imagine most of College Football wasn’t anticipating this. Despite 2017 being a circumstantial season for the Noles (to say the least), the loss …

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Sep
22
2017

FSU Opponent Preview: North Carolina State

Amazing, we’re about a quarter of the way through the regular season, and FSU only has one game under their belt! No fault of their own, it just came after a heart-wrenching loss to the Alabama Crimson Tide, a season crippling injury to Deondre Francois, and a devastating Hurricane that impacted seven Collegiate football programs …

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Sep
08
2017

Pray for Florida

Well this has certainly taken a turn for the worst (no pun intended). As I type, a powerful Cat. 4 Hurricane Irma is barreling it’s way towards Florida, strengthening as it churns. At this stage: impact is imminent, it’s just a matter of the severity. Already speculated to be far worse than anything Hurricane Andrew …

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Aug
12
2017

Best and Worst Case Record for Florida State football in 2017

Best / Worse Case Record for : Louisville | Virginia | Miami | Duke | Georgia Tech | Boston College | Pittsburgh | Virginia Tech | NC State | Clemson | Syracuse | North Carolina | Wake Forest Florida State Some would call a 10-3 football season a stellar performance, especially considering the Noles found themselves the victors over a veteran Michigan Wolverines in the Orange Bowl. But to many Seminoles, victory was bittersweet. A young …

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Feb
18
2017

NFL Combine Participants from the ACC

The NFL Combine is February 28 – March 6. The ACC has 60 participants, which is second only to the SEC. Check out all the ACC Participants at NFL.com . Just select College on the TAB and then Conference. Make you follow the All Sports Discussion Twitter account at @AllSportsDACC and please like our Facebook Page  

Nov
29
2016

ACC Football Power Rankings After Week 13

With only one week left in the regular season, it is safe to say that the ACC was once again one of the top conferences in college football. The ACC will finish with 11 bowl-eligible teams, so winning on a weekly basis was not easy for any team. Here are the current ACC power rankings. …

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Nov
16
2016

ACC Football Power Rankings After Week 11

Every site loves to do power rankings. It’s a chance to compare, rank, and analyze teams. It just doesn’t affect the actual outcome (unless you’re the College Football Playoff Committee). Still, they’re a good way to understand each team’s chances in the long run. The ACC champion will likely make the CFP, and last week’s upset fiesta shook everything up. …

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Nov
02
2016

ACC Football: Power Rankings After Week 9

After nine weeks of play, the Clemson Tigers still look like the favorites to win the Conference and represent the ACC in the College Football Playoff.  Behind the undefeated Tigers, where do the other teams stand, and could anyone challenge Clemson for the title? 1. Clemson (8-0) They have struggled a bit in the last …

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Oct
27
2016

ACC Football: Power Rankings After Week 8

After eight weeks of action, teams are starting to settle into their respective tiers both nationally and within their conferences. Let’s take a look at how each team stacks up against the competition in the Atlantic Coast Conference. 1. Clemson (7-0) Ranked third in the College Football Playoff rankings, they are on track for an …

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Sep
28
2016

ACC Football Week 4 Power Rankings

The ACC saw no major shake up last week, as all of the powerhouse teams won big. The stage is set for an epic game between Louisville and Clemson, which will have major implications on the ACC Championship. Here are the ACC Power Rankings one month into the season. 1) Louisville: 59-28 win over Marshall …

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