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It’s Monday that means we are checking out the Articles from the ACC Blogosphere. What’s up first?

Congratulations to the Florida State Seminoles for advancing to the Super Regionals in NCAA College Baseball Tournament. TomahawkNation already breaks down the Noles next opponent the Stanford Cardinals.

What exactly has gotten in Paul Johnson at Georgia Tech? I’ve criticized Johnson’s recruiting in the past, but he’s off to his best start ever as Jacket’s coach.

FromtheRumbleSeat takes a look at Georgia Tech’s last couple of commitments.  

ShakintheSouthland is not happy with Clemson baseball coach Jack Leggett after the Tigers went down to arch-rival South Carolina. At the day job I work with a parent of a former Clemson player. Let’s just say this person did not have anything nice to say about Leggett.

Wake Forest blog BloggerSoDear does a winter/spring season review of Demon Deacon Sports. 

TestudoTimes has an interesting Q/A piece with their blog’s contributors on Mark Turgeon’s first season at Maryland. 

North Carolina was one of the most disappointing ACC teams in the NCAA Baseball Tournament. The most disappointing was Miami, but the Heels getting ousted by St. Johns was pretty bad. TarHeelsFanBlog has their thoughts on the Heels poor finish to the season., and what lies ahead for next season for UNC baseball.

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