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Sep
16
2017

Pittsburgh fans literally fall asleep during blowout loss to Oklahoma State.

Oklahoma State was going to blow out Pittsburgh Saturday no matter what. The Cowboys are a playoff threat, and Pittsburgh even before today’s game looked at best like a fringe bowl team. Saturday turned into a highlight reel for Oklahoma State, where they could have scored 80 if they desired. It got so bad that …

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Sep
15
2017

Will Clay Travis Finally Get Fired? Update: Fox Did Fire Travis Six Months Ago!

Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) fans. We rarely talk about Clay Travis on this site (only when he gets owned by Richard Deitsch or when he says stupid crap about how a college team is better than a pro team).  We generally don’t talk about Clay Travis because there are people out there that …

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Sep
14
2017

@Hokiesmash_ASD appears on Louisville Sports Live Radio Show to talk College Football.

The guys at LouisvilleSportsLive.Net do a great job. This week they my podcast partner Matthew (@Hokiesmash_ASD)  appeared on their show to talk College Football. Check him out at the 43:30 mark. They preview the big Clemson matchup as well. Take a listen to the radio show – you’ll thank yourself later.  Louisville Sports Live (@LvilleSprtsLive) is …

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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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Sep
06
2017

For the First Time in 36 Years, Four American Women Are in the U.S. Open Tennis Semifinals

  Greetings, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans. Just a quick post here… we’re going to step out of the ACC tonight and talk about the U.S. Open Women’s Tennis Championship, one of the major grand slam tournaments. History has been made here. For the first time in 36 years, four Americans are in the U.S. …

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Sep
05
2017

Should Georgia Tech be encouraged after loss to Tennessee or are Jackets in big trouble?

If you are Georgia Tech fan, and as an alum I definitely count myself as one, you had to just feel sick that a 4th quarter collapse negated what had been one the best 3 quarters of football we’ve seen from Georgia Tech in some time. The game was microcosm of everything we’ve seen from …

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Sep
04
2017

Virginia Tech vs. West Virginia: The Sights and Sounds of Social Media

  Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans. If you’re like me, you’re closing out the weekend watching Georgia Tech and Tennessee – and you don’t want this college football weekend to end. Those of you who know me know that I’m a Virginia Tech alumnus and fan – and obviously had a great …

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Sep
02
2017

#ACC Teams Taking Care of Business vs. FCS Teams

Happy College Football Saturday, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans. Many ACC teams are tuning up their seasons before the conference season starts up. Let’s get you updated with a quick wrap up, starting with Wake Forest and Syracuse, as both were pretty impressive: How about that win! Deacs score 50+ points for the first …

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Sep
01
2017

Ut Prosim – That I May Serve – The @VTCorpsofCadets and @AggieCorps Are Awesome

I love Virginia Tech and Texas A&M for their traditions of service to their respective communities. Thank you to @VTCorpsofCadets and @AggieCorps for their service.   In camaraderie with @AggieCorps, @VTCorpsofCadets hosted a blood drive to benefit those affected by #Harvey. Gig ’em, Hokies! 👍🦃 pic.twitter.com/e8ZSy3efM1 — Texas A&M University (@TAMU) August 31, 2017 Ut Prosim …

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Aug
30
2017

Canadians Freaking Out About the Air Canada Centre Naming Rights Change, But Stole the #ACC Twitter Hash Tag For Too Many Years

  Well, happy Wednesday evening – and let me tell you, we’re about to talk about one of the most important issues we are every going to discuss at @AllSportsDACC (yes, there’s a degree of sarcasm in this comment). If you haven’t heard, our Canadian neighbors to the North are absolutely freaking out about the name …

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Aug
29
2017

The @AllSportsDACC Team and Guest Blogger Picks for #ACC Team Records, Division, Title, and Award Winners

  Good evening.  College football’s big opening Saturday is almost here.  It is GAME WEEK.  Here are the @AllSportsDACC team’s (including @HokieSmash_ASD, @TalkinACCSports, @JamesIV1978, and @T0mahawkCh0p) ACC predictions for team by team records, awards, division winners, and the ACC title winner.  Also joining us our guest pickers, including: Ethan Moore – than Moore of Louisville Sports Live is here. …

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Aug
27
2017

Please Donate to the American Red Cross #HurricaneHarvey Relief Efforts

  Quick post here.  Please make sure you donate to the American Red Cross Hurricane Harvey relief efforts.  My sister lives in Houston, TX – so obviously I’m paying for her safety – and everyone else in Hurricane Harvey’s path. God Bless!! To help people affected by #HurricaneHarvey, please visit https://t.co/lG3cxjpyAd or text the word …

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Aug
26
2017

Should Virginia Tech Have Waited to Schedule Liberty? The Answer is Yes.

Good afternoon, Atlantic Coast Conference fans. It’s somewhat underreported, but Virginia Tech has scheduled Liberty to a series of future football games. I am big on scheduling in-state football programs – scheduling in-state football programs saves travel money and it keeps the money in the Commonwealth of Virginia. That said, I have some concerns about …

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Aug
25
2017

A Few Bold #ACC Football Predictions

  Good morning, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) football fans.  On Sunday, we can officially say that it’s football game week in the ACC 😉 Until then, let’s drop a few bold predictions for ACC football (yesterday, @TalkinACCSports gave some overall broad predictions on college football as a whole): 1.) The Pittsburgh and Youngstown State on …

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Aug
20
2017

Title IX 45 Years Later – Impacts on Student Enrollment at ACC Schools

Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans.   I recently came across this Yale University study from referenced in the New York Times (apparently more and more women are freezing their eggs as they can’t find an educated partner): The study posits that its subjects [the researchers interviewed 150 women] have been unlucky in …

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Aug
18
2017

Duke Raises $340 Million for its Athletic Programs

  Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) fans.  Just a quick post tonight because I’m going to win the lottery LOL. Seriously, the Duke University Sports Information Department just put out some really amazing news:  The university just concluded a seven-year fundraising campaign and raised $3.85 BILLION (not a typo).  Here is what some of …

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