ACC's lunchtime links
- Injuries are starting to pile up for Boston College, Jack McCluskey writes on ESPNBoston.com.
- Clemson has hired West Virginia's James Clements as its next president, Eleanor Chute writes in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
- The (Raleigh) News & Observer's Joe Giglio wonders if Duke is this year's version of the 2006 Wake Forest team.
- The Orlando Sentinel's Brendan Sonnone looks at three things learned from Florida State's win over Wake Forest.
- Paul Johnson says Clemson will be a good measure of Georgia Tech's recent progress, Ken Sugiura writes in the Atlanta Journal-Constiution.
- Maryland's turnovers handcuffed its defense, Alex Prewitt writes in the Washington Post.
- Al Golden is not planning any special teams changes for Miami, Christy Cabrera Chirinos writes in the (South Florida) Sun-Sentinel.
- Touching story here as a father made a surprise military homecoming Saturday at North Carolina.
- The (Raleigh) News & Observer's Luke DeCock says that rolling the dice is just how NC State coach Dave Doeren rolls.
- Ray Vinopal says the time spent watching film is paying off as Pitt's defense continues to improve, Jerry DiPaola writes in the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
- Scott Shafer is hopeful that Durell Eskridge (upper body) and Prince-Tyson Gulley (ankle) will play for the Orange this weekend, Nate Mink writes in the (Syracuse) Post-Standard.
- Logan Thomas bounced back in a big way for Virginia Tech, Mike Barber writes in the (Richmond) Times-Dispatch.
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