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January, 9, 2014
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Fun fact: With Bobby Petrino taking over at Louisville, six of the ACC’s 14 coaches either coached or were coordinators at SEC schools.

Hiring Petrino certainly comes with its share of risks, writes the Louisville Courier-Journal, but the rewards are even greater.

Nevertheless, some members of the Louisville Athletics Association have some questions about the hire.

I imagine folks in Tallahassee will have fun debating this for a while: Which Florida State national title team was the best? The Tallahassee Democrat weighs in.

Did Auburn have Florida State’s signs in the national championship game? Tomahawk Nation dishes out some evidence that the Tigers knew what was coming.

Syracuse’s 2014 schedule doesn’t project to be a cake walk, writes the Troy Nunes Blog.

Anthony Chickillo will be back for 2014 at Miami, but the Al Golden mystery lives on, writes the Miami Herald.

The Roanoke Times looks back on Logan Thomas’ up-and-down final season at Virginia Tech.

One ACC team cracked Athlon’s list of programs on the rise for 2014.

Athlon also put together a list of the top first-year coaches from this season, and fittingly, Boston College’s Steve Addazio makes the cut.

Pitt has a new strength and conditioning coach, writes the Post-Gazette.

CSS Sports takes an end-of-season look at the numbers from the ACC’s bowl games.

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