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Category Archive: General College Football

Dec
20
2014

#ACC Bowl Previews

It’s Bowl Season and the ACC fared very well with 11 teams qualifying for a bowl. There are some intriguing matchups for us to analyze as well. With that being said, here are some predictions! Friday, December 26 Quick Lane Bowl Detroit, MI Rutgers (7-5) vs. North Carolina (6-6) North Carolina and Rutgers meet in …

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Oct
13
2014

Social Media Education: Twitter Hashtags for Each #ACC Team

Good afternoon from all of us here at @AllSportsDACC.  We’re here today to educate you on the social media Twitter hash tags for each of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) teams (this is especially important in that we have three new members of the conference since 2013).   Please see our table below: Twitter Hashtags …

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Oct
13
2014

ACC Announces Football Game Times and Networks for Oct. 23-25

ACC Announces Football Game Times and Networks for Oct. 23-25 The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Monday the following game times and TV networks for its football games of Oct. 23-25. Thursday, Oct. 23  Miami at Virginia Tech, ESPN, 8:00 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 25 North Carolina at Virginia, ACC Network, 12:30 p.m. Georgia Tech at Pitt, ABC, ESPN, ESPN2 or ESPNU*, 3:30 p.m. …

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Sep
01
2014

A Book Review of David Teel’s Press Pass

Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans.  I know you are all glad that college football is here (Jeff and I were dying those first three weeks of August lol).  We are very thankful that college football is back. Over the summer, I needed something to occupy the time before college football starts.  As …

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Aug
02
2014

Our First Ever #ACC Mailbag predicts the ACC Coastal Winner, Surprise ACC team, peanuts and more.

Aye, good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) fans – only four Saturdays until ACC Football begins!!!  Seems like forever during the summer waiting for college football to start – but we’re officially in that month 😉 Until then, Jeff (@TalkinACCSports) and I (@HokieSmash) got you covered with our first ever ACC mailbag. And we didn’t …

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Jun
24
2014

My Vote for the #ACC’s Anthony J. McKevlin and Mary Garber Awards

  Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans.  Hope the summer is flying by quickly for you.  Jeff (@TalkinACCSports) and I (@HokieSmash) have some great material coming up this summer on the site – we hope it will get you through to football season 😉 We are at the end of the year where …

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Jun
14
2014

June 10, 2014 Ranking – #ACC’s Superb Performance in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup

Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans!! It is time for the Learfield Sports Director’s Cup Update!!  The Director’s Cup award honors institutions maintaining broad-based athletics programs success in many sports (including male and female sports).  The Directors’ Cup , founded by the National Association of College Directors of Athletics and USA Today, began …

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Jun
06
2014

The #ACC’s Superb Performance in the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup

Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans!! Many of you might not have heard of the Learfield Sports Directors’ Cup. It is an award that honors institutions maintaining broad-based athletics programs success in many sports (including male and female sports). The Directors’ Cup , founded by the National Association of College Directors of Athletics …

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May
20
2014

A Virginia Tech Perspective on the #ACC Football Conference Schedule Decision

Greetings, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) fans. Aye – the offseason – you know this is a painful time 😉 After all, the first college football game isn’t for another 100 days, eh? Site owner, Jeff Fann (@TalkinACCSports), and I are here to help the time go a little faster. We hope you have enjoyed our …

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Apr
22
2014

Alabama’s lucrative Learfield Media Rights Deal confirms what we thought about 3rd Tier Rights.

Why am I bringing up something that’s two years old, and largely irrelevant to the current landscape of college athletics. The reason is because 2 years ago 3rd Tier TV rights discussions were all the rage. The ACC sold theirs away, and according to the mis-informed rumors of the day it would destroy the ACC. …

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Mar
26
2014

Introducing my Super Conf NCAA…

Anyone that follows sports has heard what Mark Cuban, owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks, believe will happen to the National Football League in the next decade. Here you can read how he went on to explain more about his theory, but the main focus of the discussion on sports programs has been this… “I …

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Mar
18
2014

How much is too much?

I would be lying if I said I did not love the National Football League, even though I follow it for the former Tar Heels and because of Fantasy Football. On the other hand, I would not be telling the truth if I didn’t say that I believe that the NFL is the classic case …

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Mar
13
2014

Fowler to stay at ESPN for a long time

If you are a fan of college football, if you enjoy watching College GameDay on ESPN and like to watch the Saturday Night Football games on ABC I hope that you also like Chris Fowler. Because if you do not, you are going to have to deal with it for the distant future, as the …

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Dec
08
2013

NDSU Bison Football Coach, Craig Bohl, to Wyoming – and Good For Him

Let’s get this right out there – as someone who is from North Dakota and follows the North Dakota State University (NDSU) Bison football team (and has family and friends that attended NDSU) – we know this was coming eventually – NDSU football coach, Craig Bohl,  has accepted the head football coaching job at the …

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Nov
06
2013

November and December 2013 – Upcoming All Sports Discussion Podcasts

We have an incredible series of podcasts coming up soon at All Sports Discussion (and through @RWarriorsRadio).  Top shelf guests, at that – sports writers and bloggers that have substantial expertise.  We are very fortunate.  As Jeff says, we love the ACC – but also like watching college sports in general, so we talk about …

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Oct
31
2013

ACC’s Balling to the Bowls for Week 9

Another week has passed in the Atlantic Coast Conference and it is once again time to check on which programs are looking good to get to a bowl game and which ones are slipping away from that goal in what I am call… “ACC’s Balling to the Bowls”. First off let’s say that as of …

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