ACC's lunchtime links
- Boston College coach Steve Addazio gets an A from Athlon Sports in its ranking of the first-year coaches after Week 8.
- Clemson coach Dabo Swinney believes if his team played Florida State 10 times, "We'd probably win five, they'd probably win five."
- Kevin Armstrong has a nice profile on Duke coach David Cutcliffe in the New York Daily News.
- Former Florida State coach Bobby Bowden will plant the spear before the NC State game.
- Georgia Tech is sticking to the basics on offense.
- Maryland quarterback C.J. Brown is hurt, but Randy Edsall is not saying what exactly is wrong.
- Is it party time again at Miami? Was the punishment a slap on the wrist? Nobody should feel good about what happened in Miami. In the end, Miami is to blame.
- Which teams from the state of North Carolina are going bowling?
- North Carolina quarterback Bryn Renner says confusion and miscommunication contributed to the delay of game penalty late in the loss to Miami.
- Pitt's offense is the key to the rest of the season.
- Here is a look at some big-time stats in the ACC for Week 9.
- Virginia has not gotten production out of its receivers.
- Virginia Tech cornerback Antone Exum expects to play against Duke.
- Wake Forest coach Jim Grobe with the word of the week: "squirreliness."
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Final Syracuse 30 Wake Forest 7 Final Virginia 13 Duke 20 Final 24 Clemson 17 Boston College 13 Final North Carolina State 18 Louisville 30 Final Georgia Tech 43 North Carolina 48 Final 5 Notre Dame 27 2 Florida State 31