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Atlantic Coast Conference football team notesAtlantic Coast Conference football team notes
[Sep. 13, 2008] The Seminoles opened the year in impressive fashion, scoring 69 points against Western Carolina, the most points for an FSU football team in 13 seasons since scoring 72 against Wake Forest in 1995.
 
Atlantic Coast Conference football team notesAtlantic Coast Conference football team notes
[Sep. 6, 2008] QB Riley Skinner completed 27 of 36 passes for 220 yards and 3 TDs in WakeForest’s 41-13 season-opening victory over Baylor. Skinner is currently the most accurate passer in ACC history, having completed 434 of 622 passes in his career, a .698 percentage.
 
ACC Football This Week - Week 2ACC Football This Week - Week 2
[Sep. 6, 2008] Georgia Tech and Boston College headline Week Two of the ACC’s Road to Tampa Bay, as the Jackets and Eagles, fresh off season-opening wins against non-conference opponents, begin Conference play in a 12 noon game at Alumni Stadium that will be regionally-televised by Raycom Sports.
 
ACC football game summaries - Week 1ACC football game summaries - Week 1
[Sep. 6, 2008] Here's a summary of last week's Atlantic Coast Conference football games.
 
ACC by the numbers - Week 2ACC by the numbers - Week 2
[Sep. 6, 2008] This week's ACC by the numbers. The ACC plays 21 games this fall against teams from the other “Big Six” Conferences of the Big East, Big Ten, Big
 
A Wake Forest tradition begins: Open the gateA Wake Forest tradition begins: Open the gate
[Sep. 6, 2008] Wake Forest Athletics is excited to announce a new tradition that will be a part of the game day experience at BB&T Field. Beginning at Saturday's football home opener, Wake Forest will welcome back a special honored guest for each home game who will "Open The Gate" and lead the team onto BB&T Field.
 
Wake Forest and Miami face tough tests from SEC foesWake Forest and Miami face tough tests from SEC foes
[Sep. 6, 2008] Georgia Tech and Boston College headline Week Two of the ACC’s Road to Tampa Bay, as the Jackets and Eagles, fresh off season-opening wins against non-conference opponents, begin Conference play in a 12 noon game at Alumni Stadium that will be regionally-televised by Raycom Sports.
 
North Carolina vs. McNeese State postgame notes and quotes
[Sep. 1, 2008] With Saturday's victory over McNeese State, the Tar Heels have won back-to-back season openers for the first time since 1996-97. Butch Davis improved to 2-0 in openers at Carolina, and the Tar Heels moved to 4-0 against Football Championship Subdivision teams in the last five years.
Also: UNC vs McNeese State photo gallery
 
ACC Football Players of the Week for September 1
[Sep. 1, 2008] With one of the most spectacular all-purpose nights in ACC history, North Carolina’s Brandon Tate racked up 397 yards on 11 plays to propel him to ACC Specialist of the Week honors. Joining Tate as league honorees for the first week of the season are Wake Forest quarterback Riley Skinner, Georgia Tech offensive tackle Andrew Gardner, Miami defensive lineman Spencer Atkins, North Carolina defensive end E.J. Wilson, Virginia Tech cornerback Stephan Virgil and Miami quarterback Jacory Harris.
 
Atlantic Coast Conference football team notes
[Aug. 27, 2008] The Eagles are one of four ACC teams (GT, Miami, UVa) who will definitely start a new QB in its season opener, with fifth-year senior Chris Crane taking over for last year's ACC Player of the Year Matt Ryan. Clemson will be playing its second straight game in the Georgia Dome when it meets Alabama there on Aug. 30
 
ACC Football This Week
[Aug. 27, 2008] Georgia Tech, which begins the Paul Johnson Era on The Flats against Jacksonville State, and Miami, which hosts Charleston Southern in its first home game in Dolphin Stadium, get a jump on everyone with 7:30 pm kickoffs (ESPN 360) on Thursday. NC State (ESPN), which travels to South Carolina, and Wake Forest, (Fox Sports Net), which journeys to Baylor, follow a half hour later in a pair of nationally- televised games at 8 p.m.
 
The ACC by the numbers - Week 1The ACC by the numbers - Week 1
[Aug. 27, 2008] This week's ACC by the numbers. Virginia Tech currently has the longest, active scoring streak in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Hokies have scored in 162 straight games.
 
ACC football injury release guidelineACC football injury release guideline
[Aug. 27, 2008] New for this season, the ACC football head coaches voted to use the following guideline for the release of injury information. This guideline is a suggested minimum standard for the 2008 football season. This is not an ACC rule subject to enforcement.
 
"Fury" stands guard at the Wolfpack team entrance"Fury" stands guard at the Wolfpack team entrance
[Aug. 27, 2008] NC State has added a bronze statue of a wolf at the tunnel entrance heading to the field from the Murphy Center. Fury is its name.
 
ACC kicks off 2008 football season this ThursdayACC kicks off 2008 football season this Thursday
[Aug. 26, 2008] Four ACC teams -- Georgia Tech, Miami, NC State and Wake Forest--begin the 2008 season -- the ACC's 56th football campaign -- on Thursday night, with seven others scheduled for Saturday contests as all but Florida State open play on the season's first weekend.

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