Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere 11/6 - SCACCHoops.com

Articles from around the ACC Blogosphere 11/6

by All Sports Discussion

Posted: 11/6/2013 6:10:01 AM


It’s Tuesday, and that means it’s time for a trip around ACC Blogosphere.

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Let’s start with Florida State blog Tomahawknation.

So with the Seminoles in the thick of the national title chase, who is Florida State BCS Competition, Oregon? Alabama? Nope it’s the month August, more specifically it’s preseason polls. 

Virginia Tech’s Logan Thomas has taken a ton of criticism. Hokie blog TheKeyPlay writes a defense of Logan Thomas, well sort of. This is a good read.

Miami blog StateoftheU looks back at the Florida State game, Duke Johnson’s injury, and ahead to the Hurricanes big upcoming game with Virginia Tech. 

Duke opened as 10 point vs NC State. DukeSportsBlog takes notice of this and offers their thoughts.  I think this is such a huge game for Duke. This could move them to 7-2 put them on the verge of the top 25, and gives them very real shot at the Coastal Division.

Things are not good at Virginia. StreakingtheLawn has a roundtable from their contributors on how the season could end up for the Cavaliers. 

Is Boston College on the way to becoming bowl eligible? BC Blog Soaring to Glory  is getting pumped about the prospect. 

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