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ACC football news links digest - August 2, 2009

Posted Monday, August 3, 2009

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Pittsboro, NC - Here's a rundown of yesterday's top Atlantic Coast Conference football news links as posted by the Chatham Journal's online resource on Twitter:

  • NC State's Russell Wilson may be the one to beat in the ACC -
  • Otherwise dull ACC coaching ranks need Florida State's Bobby Bowden -
  • Florida State welcomes back Deion Sanders -
  • A timeline of Lee Corso's career -
  • Sept. 5, 2009 - Lee Corso is set to return to ESPN's College GameDay, live from Atlanta, for Alabama- Virginia Tech game.
  • FSU Seminoles have plenty of spots to fill before 2010 -
  • Saturday was the first official day for preseason practice for Georgia High School Association football teams -
  • Justin Burke, who transferred from N.C. State last season, is in line to open camp as Louisville's starting quarterback.
  • Quitting Not An Option. With an upbeat outlook, Dabo overcame rough childhood & became a head football coach in ACC -
  • Five key questions facing the Tigers: No 1. Who's the QB?
  • Video: Dabo press conference after Clemson Spring Orange and White game -
  • Five impact newcomers for Clemson -
  • NCAA says it doesn't have to reveal FSU documents -
  • Garcia and James round out Saturday's Wake trifecta -
  • CHANGE: WFU Demon Deacons seeking balance -
  • The state of UVa's sports program -
  • RT @ACCGridiron 12 Days of ACC Football @ Previews of ALL 12 ACC teams starting with BC.Starts Monday!
  • Computer likes Alabama, five others, to run the table -
  • Sanderson WR James commits to Wake Forest
  • Charlotte Observer area's top four high school quarterbacks -
  • How I believe college football should conduct a playoff -
  • Tech sideline pokes fun at UVa with Le` preview 2009: that french team that you love to hate -
  • This should be the fastest Carolina defense since Mack Brown's great teams of 1996 and '97. -
  • My dream school took a recruit at my position. What do I do now ...
  • The College Rag's No. 14: Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets -
  • Jonathan Dwyer RB for Georgia Tech is among four players on outside looking in on Heisman -
  • Due to lack of a national powerhouse team, I have ranked ACC as the 4th-rated conference of 6 BCS leagues -
  • Whatever the reason, this version of Steve Spurrier simply doesn’t cut it. The Old Ball Coach should retire -
  • Bill Vilona: Ex-cornerback Deion Sanders still a player to remember at FSU -
  • USA Today's Virginia Football Team Notes -
  • Undrafted rookies (i.e. DE Jeremy Navarre, Maryland) might make impact for Jaguars -
  • Maryland positional preview: Receivers -
  • Lee Corso won't let stroke silence him. Corso is not about to let no stinkin' stroke spoil the fun -
  • ESPN's Lee Corso truly believes "life is good" -
  • Top Five All-Time College Freshman Running Backs -
  • Defensive coordinator Dave Wommack sees 5 potential candidates for Georgia Tech’s defensive leader -
  • College Football Countdown: No. 15 Georgia Tech. No lingering doubt that the triple option will work in ACC -
  • Georgia Tech Reports for Preseason Camp. 1st practice of 2009 season will be Monday at 3 pm -

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ACC football news links digest - August 2, 2009
Otherwise dull ACC coaching ranks need Florida State's Bobby Bowden.
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