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   Posted by All Sports Discussion at  10/26/2011 6:40:00 AM  |  Follow us on Twitter: @scacchoops
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Now we’re in the home stretch of the college football season. It goes far too fast… the good news is the ACC has a team (Clemson) in the national title hunt. That’s not something the ACC usually gets to get say this time of year. The ACC will also have the nations #1 basketball in North Carolina, the conference is making some noise nationally. Let get to the ACC bloggers.

Clemson Blog ShakintheSouthland talks about Dabo Swinney’s Tuesday press conference. The theme of the day is “Do your Job” when it comes to defending the Triple Option Attack of Georgia Tech. This game doesn’t look nearly as tough as it did three weeks ago, when suddenly the Jackets went into an offensive funk.

Not familiar with the country’s best basketball team? TarHeelFanBlog runs down the players that make up a very good North Carolina team.

Quietly Virginia Tech running back David Wilson is having an outstanding season. Hokie Blog GobblerCountry charts Wilson’s assault on former Virginia Tech RB Ryan William’s school single season rushing record.

You see my weekly ACC awards each Sunday, but SouthernPigskin also has some awards for this week in the ACC. Check it out.

Florida State Blog Tomahawknation has a very interesting article about the protocol for standing at a game. Good read…

Not a lot of good news coming out of Boston College football these days, but there is one piece of news that should make BC Fans smile. Outstanding Linebacker Luke Kuechly was named a Butkus Award Semi-Finalist. BCInterruption has the write up on this.

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