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Atlantic Coast Conference announces ACC Football Players of the Week for November 12[Nov. 13, 2012]
Florida State wide receiver Rashad Greene and defensive end Cornellius Carradine headline a list of 10 players named as the Atlantic Coast Conference Football Players of the Week, announced by the conference on Monday. Greene caught the game-winning touchdowns with under a minute remaining and Carradine registered 11 tackles in the Seminoles' 28-22 win at Virginia Tech.
N.C. State Wolfpack hosts Wake Forest Saturday at 3 p.m.[Nov. 9, 2012]
The Wolfpack of NC State has played the Wake Forest Demon Deacons more than any other team. Saturday's game will mark the 106th meeting between the two teams, with NC State holding a 62-37-6 advantage. The Pack has won 12 of the last 13 meetings with Wake at Carter-Finley Stadium, with the only home loss since 1984 coming in 2006.
Atlantic Coast Conference announces ACC Football Players of the Week for November 5[Nov. 6, 2012]
Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd and offensive lineman Brandon Thomas headline a list of nine players named as the Atlantic Coast Conference Football Players of the Week, announced by the conference on Monday. Boyd tied the ACC record for touchdown responsibility with six, all in the first half, and Thomas helped the offense accumulate 718 yards for the 10th best offensive performance in conference history in the Tigers’ 56-20 win over Duke.
Atlantic Coast Conference announces ACC Football Players of the Week for October 29[Oct. 30, 2012]
Two North Carolina honorees lead a group of nine student-athletes recognized as Atlantic Coast Conference Football Players of the Week, as announced by the conference on Monday. Running back/punt returner Giovani Bernard was honored as ACC Specialist of the Week, while guard Jonathan Cooper earned Offensive Lineman of the Week honors following the Tar Heels' dramatic 43-35 ACC win over NC State on Saturday.
Grobe and Wake Forest Demon Deacons aim for back-to-back bowls[Aug. 19, 2012]
Of all of the teams in the Atlantic Coast Conference that dropped close games in 2011, Wake Forest probably played the "what-if" game the most. Coach Jim Grobe's Demon Deacons were just a missed field goal away from claiming a berth in the ACC Football Championship Game, but instead saw Clemson emerge with a 31-28 last-second victory and a trip to Charlotte. Wake dropped four games last fall by seven or fewer points, including an overtime defeat at Syracuse and late-season heartbreakers to Notre Dame (24-17) and Mississippi State (23-17). The latter loss to the Bulldogs occurred in the Franklin American Mortgage Music City Bowl-Wake's fifth bowl trip under Grobe--and dropped the Deacons' final record to 6-7 overall.
Larry Fedora's Tar Heels in a hurry to open new era[Aug. 19, 2012]
North Carolina's football program begins a new era on Sept. 1, when the Tar Heels' host in-state foe Elon at Kenan Stadium. New head coach Larry Fedora brings a distinctively different style, featuring a wide-open spread offense which plays faster, and one the Tar Heels hope is more productive. Fedora's offenses averaged almost 12 more plays per game in compiling 34-19 record at Southern Miss than UNC ran in 2011. With marquee talents such as junior quarterback Bryn Renner (10th nationally in passing efficiency in 2011) and running back Giovanni Bernard (first-team All-ACC after 1,253 yards and 13 TDs) on hand, plus four of five returning starters on its offensive line, UNC's offense should be among the most potent in the ACC this year.
Duke coach David Cutcliffe looks to continue positive momentum in Durham[Aug. 19, 2012]
Back-to-back three win seasons don't wow the casual fan, but if one looks below the surface, Coach David Cutcliffe is building something in Durham. Duke knocked on the door of bowl eligibility in 2011, losing heartbreakers to Richmond (23-21), Wake Forest (24-23) and Virginia Tech (14-10) to miss a 6-6 finish by a total of seven points. The Blue Devils were ravaged by injuries in 2011 and are hoping to avoid that fate in 2012. Unfortunately, it has already started with more of the same: linebacker Kelby Brown tore his ACL in spring practice, and the entire team was dealt a blow when wide receiver Blair Holliday suffered a severe head injury in a summer water skiing accident.
Grammy award winning group Lady Antebellum to perform at 2012 Belk Bowl[Jul. 17, 2012]
Country Music Awards' 2011 Vocal Group of the Year, Lady Antebellum, will be the featured act at the 2012 Belk Bowl this coming December. The 11th annual Belk Bowl will kick off at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 27 at the Bank of America Stadium in Charlotte, N.C. and will feature a matchup of the Atlantic Coast Conference and the Big East Conference.
ACC announces student-athletes attending the 2012 ACC Football Kickoff[Jul. 11, 2012]
The Atlantic Coast Conference announced Monday the names of the 24 football student-athletes who have been chosen by its 12 league schools to attend the 2012 Atlantic Coast Conference Football Kickoff, July 22-23 at the Grandover Resort located in Greensboro, N.C.
Atlantic Coast Conference announces ACC Football Players of the Week[Nov. 14, 2011]
Clemson center Dalton Freeman and Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas headline a list of eight players named as the ACC Football Players of the Week, announced by the conference on Monday. Freeman, the Offensive Lineman of the Week, helped the Tiger offense accumulate 522 yards of offense in a 31-28 win over Wake Forest to clinch a spot in the ACC Championship. Thomas, the Offensive Back of the Week, accounted for five touchdowns as Virginia Tech defeated Georgia Tech 37-26.
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