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Apr
14
2015

Around the #ACC Blogosphere for April 14, 2015

Greetings, Atlantic Coast Conference sports fans – I’m going to steal a page out of Jeff’s (@TalkinACCSports) book this afternoon –  and give you all a look from our ACC blogger friends (you’ll notice a lot of spring football in these posts from now – Jeff and I are really looking forward to the upcoming …

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Mar
08
2015

My Atlantic Coast Sports Media Association #ACC Men’s Basketball Awards Ballot

Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) sports fans – if you’re like me, you were watching North Carolina and Duke play men’s basketball tonight – a classic rivalry between two great teams.  It was the last game of the ACC men’s basketball regular season – and the ACC tournament is right around the corner.  As …

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Jan
06
2015

Random #ACC Men’s Basketball Thoughts

Happy New Year from all of us at All Sports Discussion.  You can follow us on Twitter at @AllSportsDACC. Let’s talk some awesomeness first – the ACC will likely have four teams in the Associated Press Top Ten most of the season – and will repeatedly play nationally televised scheduled games vs. each other over …

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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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Mar
05
2014

My All Atlantic Coast Conference Ballot

Ahead of Jeff’s (@TalkinACCSports on Twitter) and my (@HokieSmash) Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) podcast with Jerran Anderson (@HereGoJayAgain on Twitter), and Former Virginia Tech Men’s Basketball Player, Marcus Travis (@ItsMe_Teezy on Twitter), we have an all-ACC awards ballot for you.  Specifically, the ACC ballot includes the all-ACC 1st, 2nd, and 3rd teams, the all-ACC Freshmen …

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Jan
13
2014

ACC Hoops Power Poll – January 13, 2014

Good evening, Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Men’s Basketball Fans!!! Obviously, you’ve heard this by now, but basically the entire state of North Carolina ACC teams lost their basketball games this past weekend – and we’re talking Duke, North Carolina, North Carolina State, and Wake Forest.  As such, Tobacco Road dropped in our poll.  We have …

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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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Nov
02
2013

ACC Picks for Week 10.

Before we get going with the tenth week picks in the conference, let’s check out the games from last week in the ACC and how I did. In all straight up I went 4 and 2 (13-4 overall), while doing very badly against the spread at 2 and 4 (8-8 overall). This week has six …

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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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Oct
25
2013

ACC Picks for Week Nine

Before we get going with Week 9 picks in the conference, let’s chack out the game from last week in the ACC and how I did. In all straight out I went 4 and 1 (9-2 overall), and 3 and 1 against the spread (6-4 overall). This week has seven games in the conference, and …

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Oct
20
2013

ACC’s Balling to the Bowls for Week 8

With the season over the half way mark, and after having done a piece about which program in the ACC could make it to a bowl game, I figured that it would be appropriate to keep an eye on all the teams in the conference as we head towards the last third of the season. And …

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Oct
19
2013

ACC Picks for Week Eight

Before we check the games for Week 8 in the ACC, let me give you the result from last week… 5 and 1 straight out, but only a .500 mark, 3 and 3, with the spread. Not bad, not good, but it is what it is and I will take it as the first week …

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Oct
15
2013

Could the ACC have too many teams eligible for Bowl Games?

It feels like yesterday we were waiting for college football to start, and yet the reality is that the season is halfway done. As the year began how many thought that the Atlantic Coast Conference would have two teams in the Top 5, or three in the Top 10? Less than two months ago who …

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