ACC's lunchtime links
January, 7, 2014
By David M. Hale | ESPN.com
So, how about that premier of “The Bachelor” last night? Riveting.
- After a stunning fourth-quarter comeback, the Orlando Sentinel writes that Florida State deserves to be counted among the best teams ever.
- It was a rough start to the game, but Jameis Winston was a deserving MVP by the end, writes the Tallahassee Democrat.
- There couldn’t have been a better send-off to the BCS era than last night’s game, writes the Miami Herald.
- The Boston Herald wonders about what comes next for college football after last night’s BCS finale.
- The Roanoke Times looks back at Virginia Tech’s checkered history in BCS bowl games.
- Well, this was inevitable, right? Bobby Petrino’s name is back in the news regarding the vacant Louisville job.
- Al Golden wants to put the Penn State story to rest and move on with life at Miami, writes the Sun-Sentinel.
- The war of words between Dabo Swinney and Steve Spurrier continues, writes Orange and White. Guessing Monday night’s game offered Swinney a new chance to fire back, so here’s hoping for another update on this soon.
- NC State flipped a DB recruit from Kansas State, writes Backing the Pack.
- Pitt’s Tyler Boyd was one of six ACC players named to the FWAA Freshman All-America team.
- Syracuse will get one of its top linemen back for the 2014 season, according to The Post-Standard.
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