Articles From Around the ACC Blogosphere 1/10 -

Articles From Around the ACC Blogosphere 1/10

by All Sports Discussion

Posted: 1/10/2012 9:56:15 PM

Did you think we forgot about our weekly Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere. No sir! We just took a little hiatus during the bowl season, but now lets see what our ACC Bloggers have going on.

BackingthePack is doing something NC State bloggers haven’t done in a while, and that’s worry about the NCAA tournament. The guys there says it’s a long way to go, but not as long as you may think. Mark Gottfried is doing some nice things in Raleigh.

Former Georgia Tech stars Demaryius Thomas and Calvin Johnson had monster weekends in the NFL’s wildcard weekend, so why shouldn’t Jacket blog FromRumbleSeat be proud? Their post also had a nice little study that showed only the SEC alums had more accumulated playoff yardage than the ACC guys. says the BlueDevil’s leadership role is still in flux. I have to agree. This team is good, but clearly lacking that it factor that makes them a legitimate national title contender.

Florida State got a critical win Tuesday night in Blacksburg over Virginia Tech. The Noles have been a disappointment this year, but that win as Tomahwaknation writes has FSU staring at the NCAA bubble again. There’s a big opportunity with UNC coming to Tallahassee this weekend.

The ACC Bowl season was a disaster, and SouthernPigskin says the ACC is looking for answers. Want the simple answer? Winning solves everything.

Boston College took a big hit when defensive star Luke Kuechly decided to turn pro. BC blog asks where are the tackles going to come from now, and then provides you the answers.


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