ACC Football Daily Links — Syracuse Loses Players This Spring

Monday through Friday each week, we’ll be compiling the best links on ACC football from around the web.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Syracuse Football: Jonny Miller, Mario Tull & Shane Raupers No Longer On Team (Troy Nunes is an Absolute Magician)

Ah, the spring Syracuse Orange football purge. You never quite know when it’s going to come but you know, eventually, it will happen. For now, the team has lost five players from last year’s roster for reasons that obviously won’t be disclosed by SU: Jonny Miller and linebacker-turned-running back Mario Tull, are no longer with the team. Neither is walk-on kicker Shane Raupers, who shared punting duties with Jonathan Fisher last season…

UNC Football Team Committed to Growth Under Larry Fedora In Spite of Recent Sanctions (Daily Tar Heel)

Kevin Reddick isn’t concerned with what North Carolina can’t do this season. He’s only focused on what the Tar Heels can control. “Our goal is just to go out there and win 12 games,” said Reddick, a senior linebacker. “My mindset is to stop somebody else from going to the ACC championship or going to a bowl game.”…

My Top 5 Reasons Why the NCAA’s Upholding of Georgia Tech’s Sanctions Suck (From the Rumble Seat)

An announcement was made last Friday of the NCAA’s upholding of the sanctions it levied against Georgia Tech due to the alleged illegal benefits allegedly received by Demaryius Thomas and Morgan Burnett….allegedly. It is unfortunate, and Tech fans everywhere are less than thrilled over the punishment that included the return of our 2009 ACC Championship trophy…

Florida State Spring Football 2012: Running Backs (Tomahawk Nation)

Tomahawk Nation continues its 2012 spring football preview series with a look at the running backs. Make sure to also read Tuesday’s installment on quarterbacks. The Florida State offense faced enormous challenges heading into 2011. Losing a three year starting QB (and first round NFL draft pick), its entire interior offensive line (technically only two of three) and two of its top three receivers provided all the level of difficulty Jimbo Fisher’s group could stand…

Vanderbilt Files Report On Possible Danny O’Brien Tampering Charges With SEC (CBSSports.com)

When Randy Edsall and Maryland finally agreed to allow quarterbackDanny O’Brien to transfer without restrictions — even to Vanderbilt, where many speculated he would land, given his prior relationship with ex-Terp offensive coordinator and current Commodore head coach James Franklin — they didn’t exactly do so with their blessing…

Looking at Maryland’s Spring Football Position Battles — Defense (Testudo Times)

Maryland and Randy Edsall released their spring football depth chart about a week ago, with a few surprises. One of them is just format – there’s not a single “OR” on the chart, leaving us to figure out the position battles heading into camp. We did the offense yesterday, let’s finish up with the defense today…

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