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The top story of the week for the ACC Blogger’s has to been Boston College’s National Title in Hockey. BCInterruption discusses the Eagle’s coach Jerry York and his legacy in Boston sports in an interesting piece.

ShakintheSouthland gives an in depth season review of Clemson’s basketball season. I think Brad Brownell did a credible job this season, but the Tiger’s lack of a true PG really hurt them. Andre Young filled in as best he could, and he would be dynamite coming of the bench as a 6th man. As a PG it was tough for him especially defensively as ShakintheSouthland pointed out.

Who are going to be the North Carolina Tar Heel’s top contributors on their basketball team next year? KeepingitHeel has the answer. A hint – one of the guys could have turned pro this season.

Want to know how Virginia Tech’s first scrimmage went? Hokie Blogger TheKeyPlay gives you their thoughts.

DukeSportsBlog hits on something I’ve been wondering about for awhile. Coach K’s ability to recruit. The Blue Devils have lacked a certain level of athleticism for awhile. They aren’t quite as talented as you’d expected from an elite program. Why? DukeSportsBlog ask does Duke still have the same appeal to recruits?

We haven’t forgot about baseball. The Miami Hurricanes had big sweep of the 3rd ranked North Carolina Tar Heels. Blog.AllCanes has the story.

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