Weekend impacts future of ACC schools 

December, 8, 2013
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Saturday was a big day for the ACC. Florida State will play for the national championship, marking the first time that will happen for a league school since 2000. This weekend was also a big one for the future of the conference, too, as recruiting is kicking into gear now that the regular season is over.

Noles assistant coach Tim Brewster, considered one of the nation’s best recruiters, immediately took to Twitter following the win and let recruits know the coaches are hitting the road upon returning to Tallahassee. With the coaches focusing on the ACC title game, the FSU staff missed a week to be in the home and schools of recruits. Now, they have a week to work on closing out the 2014 class and gaining momentum in 2015 before the dead period, which begins next week.

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