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Dec
28
2017

Virginia Tech suffers bowl loss to Oklahoma State, but program still headed in right direction.

Virginia Tech held Mason Rudolph and a prolific Oklahoma State offense to it’s second lowest point total of the season. The Hokies rushed for 248 yards and out-gained the Cowboys 506 to 471, but still found a way to lose the game. It was pretty simply what happened. The Hokies were mistake prone, Oklahoma State …

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Dec
28
2017

Virginia took a positive step in 2017, but blowout bowl loss to Navy stings.

2017 was successful football season by Virginia, even with a 49-7 bowl loss to Navy. Here’s why… Getting embarrassed in a bowl game is still better than no bowl game at all. #UVA — Danny Neckel (@DNeckel19) December 28, 2017 When you haven’t been to a bowl game since 2011, and haven’t won more than …

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Dec
27
2017

After Bowl loss, Will Steve Addazio ever break the 7 win barrier at Boston College?

Boston College is not an easy place to coach football. They are in division with Clemson, Florida State and Louisville. That’s 2 national championship teams and 2 Heisman winners in the last 4 years. NC State and Wake Forest are solid, and on a given day Syracuse is capable of beating anyone they play. Just …

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Dec
27
2017

Florida State with a dominant bowl win will enter off-season with optimism.

There’s no way to sugar coat it, 2017 has a bad year for Florida State. 7-6 seasons don’t cut it in Tallahassee, but it certainly wasn’t the disaster it could have been. FSU doesn’t have to look far to see the trainwrecks at Florida and Tennessee, and know it could have been worse. Following the …

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Dec
26
2017

ACC Bubble Analysis for December 26, 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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Dec
26
2017

Duke’s finish – including a bowl win, makes them a team to watch for 2018.

Following a 4-8 2016, there were a little rumblings that Duke football had peaked with the 2013-2015 seasons. During that time Duke averaged 9 wins a year. 2017 was a big year for the Blue Devils to prove they weren’t slipping. Duke needed to prove 2016 was just an aberration, and that the Blue Devils …

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Dec
26
2017

Brock Turner is Appealing his Sexual Assault Conviction

Good morning, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans.  Hope you are enjoying the holidays season with your family and friends wherever you are.  Thank you to those in the military who are serving in foreign locations – we thank you for your service!! As you know, we have written on many occasions about the problem …

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Dec
26
2017

ACC fans displaying their favorite ACC Christmas Gift.

We’ve got an ACC gift from every ACC teams. Virginia Tech pic.twitter.com/6XIsMexZlb — Matthew (@hokiesmash_ASD) December 25, 2017 pic.twitter.com/0HHXQml5WL — Janet (@hokiegal7) December 25, 2017 Clemson pic.twitter.com/29GoDCqclf — Summer Fann (@summer_fann) December 25, 2017 Florida State Got a nice FSU jacket from my mom! pic.twitter.com/4dzfiPscXv — Tyler (@FSUReligionMan) December 25, 2017 North Carolina pic.twitter.com/o3VS5BrL7O — …

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Dec
25
2017

Merry Christmas from @AllSportsDACC

  Merry Christmas to everyone from all of us at@AllSportsDACC !! Have a great time with your family and friends wherever you are!! Make sure you follow the All Sports Discussion Twitter account at @AllSportsDACC and please like our Facebook Page

Dec
24
2017

Virginia Tech Receives a Transformative Donation to the Athletic Department

  Merry Christmas Eve, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans.  Hope you are enjoying the holiday season with your family and friends wherever you are. Virginia Tech recently announced the receipt of the largest gift ever given to the athletic department – and the largest outright gift ever given to the university.  On December 18, …

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Dec
24
2017

Merry Christmas Eve (h/t @DHPIV)

Merry Christmas from all of us at @AllSportsDACC.  @TalkinACCSports and I (@HokieSmash) really appreciate your support of our site through the year – and we put out our heartfelt thanks. Going to drop and oldie, but a goodie here from Hayes Permar (@DHPIV) who is awesome. Merry Christmas Eve!!! Make sure you follow the All Sports Discussion …

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Dec
23
2017

A Line or Two About Each #ACC Men’s Basketball Team As We Head Towards Conference Play

  Good afternoon, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans. We hope you all are enjoying the holiday season!! As we head to conference season, our holiday gift to you is one or two lines (maybe three) about each ACC men’s basketball team as we head to conference play. 1.) Boston College – With their defeat …

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Dec
23
2017

New Tax Law and the Impact on Athletic Fundraising

  Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) fans. Hope you are having a great holiday season. Seat Donations Today, the President recently signed tax legislation – and there are two very significant changes to the tax code that will impact college athletics.  First, Forbes summarizes the current law governing tax deductions directly tired to the …

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Dec
22
2017

Around the #ACC Blogosphere For December 22, 2017

Did you catch this week that SiriusXM Satellite is going to have an exclusive ACC Channel? Check out ACC Blog ACCPrescription’s for more details.    @hokiesmash_ASD  and I are willing to move the podcast over there… I’m just saying. It’s not early to take a look at some pre-season College Baseball rankings. Our friends over have …

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Dec
21
2017

Could Clemson become College Football’s next dynasty?

With Clemson reaching the college football playoffs for the 3rd year in a row, already hoisting up a national championship trophy, and pulling in another monster recruiting class you have to wonder is Clemson on the verge of becoming College Football’s next dynasty? That’s exactly what Dan Wolken at USAToday writes about in his piece …

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Dec
20
2017

Nick Saban may not like it, but the early signing period is good for college football.

Nick Saban has forgotten more college football than I’ll ever know. He is the greatest coach of this generation. He is one of the best of all time, but he’s wrong about something. He’s wrong that the new early signing period is bad for college football. It might be bad for him. Coaching staffs are …

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