ACC's lunch links

February, 18, 2014
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A chef in Detroit created a 10-course meal built around Radiohead’s “Kid A.” “Treefingers” sounds quite refreshing.

At least one draft observer thinks Louisville’s Teddy Bridgewater is the best QB of the class and should go No. 1 to the Texans, writes the Courier-Journal.

Clemson’s Sammy Watkins has big plans to impress the scouts at the NFL combine, too, writes The State.

With the proposed new rule on defensive substitutions in mind, the Athens Banner-Herald takes a closer look at last season's Georgia-Clemson game.

It was a busy day for Jameis Winston, who collected ACC all-academic team honors while in Dallas to celebrate his Davey O’Brien trophy.

Florida State was caught by surprise when school president Eric Barron left for Penn State. The school has already begun its search for a successor, writes the Tallahassee Democrat.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution breaks down a potential depth chart for the Georgia Tech offense in 2014.

SI.com has a one-on-one interview with Syracuse head coach Scott Shafer that is pretty enlightening.

One member of the Orange’s massive recruiting class at wide receiver was given the boot from his high school basketball team, writes The Post-Standard.

Miami has set its spring scrimmage dates, writes the Miami Herald.

Virginia Tech has its spring schedule set, too, writes The Roanoke Times.

 

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