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ACC announces final kickoff times and TV for September 23-25ACC announces final kickoff times and TV for September 23-25
[Sep. 19, 2010] The Atlantic Coast Conference Sunday announced the following game times and networks for the games of Sept. 23-25. All times are Eastern.
 
Duke football Fan Day set for August 21Duke football Fan Day set for August 21
[Aug. 21, 2010] The annual Duke Football Fan Day has been scheduled for Saturday, August 21 at Wallace Wade Stadium. The event, which is free of charge and open to the public, features an open practice from 4-6 p.m., followed by an autograph and photo session with coaches and players from 6-7 p.m.
 
ACC fans can experience the 2010 ACC Football Kickoff onlineACC fans can experience the 2010 ACC Football Kickoff online
[Jul. 24, 2010] The 2010 ACC Football Kickoff is set for Sunday and Monday, July 25 & 26 at the Grandover Resort in Greensboro, N.C. ACC fans can experience the ACC Football Kickoff in a variety of ways. Coverage of the 2010 event will include video on theACC.com, Tweeter coverage with the #ACCfbk hashtag and fan questions for interview sessions. Below is a complete list of ways to experience the 2010 event.
 
24 football players attending the 2010 ACC Football Kickoff24 football players attending the 2010 ACC Football Kickoff
[Jul. 24, 2010] The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Wednesday the names of the 24 football student-athletes who have been chosen by its 12 league schools to attend the 2010 Atlantic Coast Conference Football Kickoff, July 25-26 at the Grandover Resort located in Greensboro.
 
2010 Meet the Pack Day set for August 142010 Meet the Pack Day set for August 14
[Jul. 14, 2010] The 2010 Meet The Pack Day has been set for Saturday, August 14 at Carter-Finley Stadium from 2 p.m. - 4 p.m. This is a great opportunity for Wolfpack fans to meet and receive autographs of their favorite NC State football players and coaches.
 
Duke football players clean up campusDuke football players clean up campus
[Jul. 12, 2010] The summer is a very important time for college football teams as student-athletes spend the offseason running, lifting weights and training for the upcoming season while also balancing classes, jobs and internships. For the second straight day, members of the Blue Devil gridiron squad came together for another community service event, this time staying on their own campus. The entire Duke football team spent Monday morning cleaning up the grounds of Duke University and their home venue, Wallace Wade Stadium.
 
Duke football visits Durham Rescue MissionDuke football visits Durham Rescue Mission
[Jul. 12, 2010] More than 100 members of the Duke football program spent over two hours visiting the children and families at the Durham Rescue Mission on Sunday afternoon. Head coach David Cutcliffe was joined by the Blue Devil players to enjoy a warm day with the families at the Good Samaritan Inn on East Knox Street.
 
Wright returns to Duke football programWright returns to Duke football program
[Jul. 12, 2010] Duke head football coach David Cutcliffe announced on July 2 that former Blue Devil wide receiver and team captain Jomar Wright has returned to his alma mater to serve as a graduate assistant coach. Wright will work with Duke’s defensive unit.
 
UNC spring football game player quotesUNC spring football game player quotes
[Apr. 10, 2010] UNC football players spoke to the media after the White team beat Blue 17-0 in the spring football scrimmage at Kenan stadium.
 
Tenuta joins Wolfpack coaching staffTenuta joins Wolfpack coaching staff
[Feb. 21, 2010] NC State head football coach Tom O’Brien has announced that Jon Tenuta has joined the Wolfpack staff and will serve as linebackers coach, replacing Andy McCollum, who took another job on Tuesday. Tenuta brings 29 years of experience as a coach and 16 as a defensive coordinator, most recently at Notre Dame.
 
Duke holds first spring practiceDuke holds first spring practice
[Feb. 14, 2010] With an uncharacteristic mid-February start, the Duke football team opened spring drills on Sunday afternoon with a two-hour session in shorts and helmets at the Brooks Practice Facility. With Thaddeus Lewis lost to graduation and Sean Renfree sidelined while recovering from knee surgery, Duke is operating with two first-year quarterbacks in Sean Schroeder and January enrollee Brandon Connette. In addition to Connette, running back Josh Snead and tight end Cooper Helfet joined the Duke program for the spring semester.
 
Duke football season tickets go on saleDuke football season tickets go on sale
[Feb. 4, 2010] Highlighted by seven home games including dates with reigning national champion Alabama and chief rival North Carolina, Duke’s 2010 football season ticket packages are now available to the public. Duke’s 2010 home opponents include non-league foes Alabama, Army and Elon and ACC members Boston College, Miami, North Carolina and Virginia.
 
Four to join N.C. State football program for spring semesterFour to join N.C. State football program for spring semester
[Jan. 13, 2010] Tom O’Brien and his staff will welcome four new players to the Wolfpack football program, two who originally signed with the Pack in February of 2009 and two transfers. All four have been admitted to school and will start classes this week.
 
ACC football news links digest - November 11, 2009ACC football news links digest - November 11, 2009
[Nov. 12, 2009] Here's a rundown of the Wednesday, November 11, top Atlantic Coast Conference football news links as posted by the Chatham Journal's online resource accfootballnews.com on Twitter. By Gene Galin
Also: ACC Football News
 
A night of missed 0pportunities: Virginia Tech defeats East Carolina, 16-3A night of missed 0pportunities: Virginia Tech defeats East Carolina, 16-3
[Nov. 10, 2009] Black Out Night in Greenville was missing the large bottle of white out needed to erase Pirate penalties, turnovers, and missed opportunities in the first half here in Greenville Thursday night in what might have been an upset victory for the host Pirates against the 22nd ranked Virginia Tech Hokies. By Brent Cooper
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