ACC's lunchtime links
September, 24, 2013
By Andrea Adelson | ESPN.com
Rain, rain go away.
- Boston College coach Steve Addazio says this is the most talented Florida State team he's seen.
- Off the mark in his last two games, Clemson quarterback Tajh Boyd is seeking a turnaround.
- Duke's Jamison Crowder picked up an ACC honor.
- Despite an easy win, Florida State still has work to do.
- Georgia Tech offensive lineman Will Jackson talks Virginia Tech.
- Maryland kicker Brad Craddock continues his improvement in Year 2.
- Miami quarterback Stephen Morris says his ankle feels good. When will the NCAA investigation into Miami come to an end?
- The North Carolina offense has taken a step back.
- For NC State's defense, its effort against Clemson is one to build on.
- Pitt's beleaguered special teams will keep the same approach.
- Syracuse left tackle Sean Hickey is receiving national attention.
- Virginia is aiming for its first 3-1 start since 2007.
- Virginia Tech cornerback Antone Exum hopes to return Oct. 5 against North Carolina. Can the Hokies solve the Georgia Tech option again?
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