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Articles from Around the ACC Blogosphere - 9/13
   Posted by All Sports Discussion at  9/14/2011 8:16:50 AM  |  Follow us on Twitter: @scacchoops
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This is a make or break weekend for the ACC. 5 Non Conference matchups that will set the tone for the rest of season.

Georgia Tech vs Kansas

Maryland vs West Virginia

Clemson vs Auburn

Miami vs Ohio State

Florida State vs Oklahoma

How is the ACC blogging world viewing the weekend?

Georgia Tech blog FromtheRumbleSeat is feeling pretty good after blowing out Middle Tennessee St and the sudden appearance of the Air Johnson passing attack.

Can the Terrapins keep the momentum from the Miami win going asks TestudoTimes when Maryland faces West Virginia? This is a really under radar the game, that should be a great one.

Clemson has to get tougher. That’s the bottom line from Tiger Coaches and staff in their Tuesday Press Conference. Recap and analysis by ShakintheSouthland.

AllCanesBlog takes a look at Miami heading into the Canes showdown with Ohio State. A win here would help sooth some of the sting of the recent NCAA investigation business.

Florida State blog PlantTheSpear has some updates on the injury status of several Seminole players. Oklahoma is a great opportunity for Florida State to announce its back among the elite programs in college football.

Last but not least, BCInterruption analyzes the prospect of Texas joining the ACC. If you’ve been following this story it’s not as far-fetched as you’d think.

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