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   Posted by All Sports Discussion at  12/30/2012 7:56:14 PM  |  Follow us on Twitter: @scacchoops
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Lots going on out there… We have bowl games. We have teams positioning themselves for March already. What do the ACC bloggers have to say about it?

ShakintheSouthland doesn’t have much confidence in a Clemson victory Monday night. I’d say that’s still due to South Carolina scarring and a very good LSU opponent upcoming…

What’s Georgia Tech’s roadmap to victory over USC asks FromtheRumbleSeat? I’d start with pray, pray some more and keep praying that USC has no interest in this game. A win though would be great for Paul Johnson and the Georgia Tech program.

Tomahawknation and FSU fans didn’t take kindly to the brash words of Northern Illinois QB Jordan Lynch. Not a smart move by Lynch. Any chance the Noles might not be focused for this game just went out the window.

Need to get ready for NC State and Vanderbilt? StateFansNation has a preview.  I think this is a winnable game for the Wolfpack. It just depends on which NC State shows up. Mike Glennon could really boost his draft stock with a win too.

Did North Carolina ever need that win over UNLV in basketball. TarHeelBlog takes a look at the game and what it means for the Tar Heels.

GobblerCountry must be a glass half empty blog, because this is their response after Virginia Tech beat Rutgers in their bowl game. Jeez… what would they have said had they lost? Give me a win anytime anyway, but now about that offensive staff….

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