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Tuesday, October 1, 2013
ACC's lunchtime links
By David M. Hale
Officially throwing my hat in the ring for the vacant Cubs managerial job. Just waiting on Theo's call...
Days after aggravating an ankle injury against USF, Stephen Morris says
he's feeling better and regrets comments
critical of the Bulls, writes the Sun Sentinel.
NC State QB Brandon Mitchell is
close to returning from a foot injury
he suffered in Week 1, writes the Charlotte Observer.
After showing concussion symptoms following a win over Virginia, Pitt QB Tom Savage
appears to be on track to start
this week's game, writes the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review.
More walking wounded among the ACC QB ranks: Logan Thomas is
dealing with foot and abdominal problems
as the Hokies get set for UNC, writes the Richmond Times Dispatch.
As the offensive struggles mount, the wide receivers are
taking their share of criticism
at Virginia, writes The Roanoke Times.
Maryland kicker Brad Craddock has
gotten some help from an accomplished mentor
en route to a strong start in 2013, writes the Baltimore Sun.
Clemson's ground game is getting an injection of talent as D.J. Howard
finally appears healthy and ready to contribute
, writes the Post and Courier.
Florida State's defense knows it
needs to make some improvements
before high-flying Maryland arrives, writes the Orlando Sentinel.
After Boston College's ground game paced a solid effort against FSU, The Boston Herald writes that Chase Rettig will
get his shot to put up big numbers
this week against Army.
History doesn't exactly favor Georgia Tech
this week when it takes on Miami in a huge Coastal Division matchup, writes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
The News & Observer breaks down Duke's win over Troy and says the Blue Devils
must cut down on all the big plays
could be the key
to making Syracuse's pistol offense run smoothly, writes Orange Fizz.
In the wake of some critical comments from tailback A.J. Blue, Tar Heel Blog wonders if
there might be some problems brewing
inside the North Carolina locker room.