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Two weeks left in the regular season, and we have ACC teams fighting for bowl and BCS positions.  A little busy this week, but I finally got some time to check out the ACC bloggers.  What do the bloggers have going on this week?

ShakintheSouthland looks at what’s at stake the next two weeks for Clemson. The Tigers have quietly been on of the country’s most dominant teams in the last month. Clemson gets to prove their worth in the next 2 weeks against an inconsistent but dangerous NC State team then the monster matchup with South Carolina.

Georgia Tech blog FromtheRumbleSeat is excited about the Yellow Jackets future. Funny what a game where you score 68 points will do for you. I do think its evident that Vad Lee is a special player. Lee’s has invigorated a Georgia Tech team that looked dead a couple of weeks. Jackets have a big game with Duke to extend their bowl streak.

TomahawkNation has a Q&A with Maryland Blogger Testudo Times.   With all the injuries the Terps have had it’s hard for me to be too rough on their coach Randy Edsall. FSU wraps up the ACC Atlantic this week.

ACCBlogger has their picks for this weeks ACC Games.

BloggerSoDear asks will Wake Forest make a bowl game? The Deacs sit 5-5 with games against Notre Dame and Vanderbilt. If Wake Forest wants that bowl game they are going to have to earn it.

Need a preview of the Virginia Tech Boston College game? SoaringtoGlory has a good one, but I get the feeling STG isn’t the biggest Frank Spaziani fan.

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