ACC Football Daily Links — Comparing ACC Athletic Department Spending

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

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Financial Comparison: ACC Athletic Department Budgets, ’10-11 (Shakin’ the Southland)

Again, we will showcase how Clemson’s Athletics Department’s revenues, expenses, and profits compare to others around the conference. We looked at the CUAD/IPTAY budget earlier this month. Last year we compared the ACC member universities’ operational budgets from ’04-’05 to ’09-’10, so use this link as a reference moving forward…

Ranking the ACC College Football Coaches (Athlon)

Ranking the coaches in any college football conference is a difficult task. Many factors play into just how successful a coach is at any school. How well are the assistants paid? Are the facilities up to par with the rest of the conference? Can the coach recruit or is he more of an x’s and o’s manager…

Fremeau: FSU Needs Firepower to Crack the BCS (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

Each of the past 10 national title winners began their respective title-winning season in the top 20 of program FEI, a measure of efficiency taking into account five years of data rather than just one. Florida State is currently 12th in program FEI, as it heads into Year 3 under Jimbo Fisher…

Dabo Swinney Thrilled With Progress of Eight Freshman Enrollees (Orange and White)

This week, Clemson’s largest-ever group of mid-year freshman enrollees gets its first real break. Clemson is on spring break, and the Tigers are smack-dab in the middle of a 12-day break from spring practice; it resumes Monday. According to coach Dabo Swinney, it is well-deserved…

UGA Series Likely to Be Cancelled? (Shakin’ the Southland)

From TDP, who got up from his nap and went to work again. “We would like to be able to work it out. They would like to be able to work it out with us. They understand the situation that we’re in. It’s a game that we were pleased to get back on the schedule, and we’d really hate to lose them. But I don’t know…

Revisiting Maryland’s 2008 Recruiting Class: The Defense (Baltimore Sun)

Most wanted:Given to the most heavily recruited Maryland commitment. Who I picked: Masengo Kabongo – Fairfield (Conn.) Prep, defensive tackle. Who it should’ve been: Kabongo Why: As I wrote two weeks ago, this is a superlative based solely on offers. At the time, Kabongo had the most high-level options, so he remains the pick here…

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