ACC Football Daily Links — More North Carolina Penalties Looming?

Monday through Friday each week, we compile the best links on ACC football from around the web.

Monday, March 26, 2012

Where Are the Extra UNC Penalties? Ask the ACC (Shakin’ the Southland)

It is felt among the Clemson fanbase that the ACC penalized us too harshly by adding another year to our probation in 1982 when the findings of the NCAA infractions committee came down. We know that the league had a meeting of presidents and ADs called by Swofford with the blessing of then-Commish Bob James, but chiefly led by the groups from Duke and UNC, that did not include a representative from Clemson…

Finding a Rival for 2012 (Cardiac Hill)

Since the Big East so graciously allowed West Virginia to depart the conference, Pitt is at risk of becoming Penn State – stuck in a conference without a true rival. So can Pitt find one for 2012? For the sake of this argument, I’m looking only at schools playing football and basketball in the conference next season…

Elite Ambition: Tajh Boyd Spends Part of Spring Break Working at Whitfield QB Academy (Orange and White)

When the rest of the Clemson football team steps back on the practice field Monday after a 12-day spring break, Tajh Boyd will be waiting for them. While most his teammates took some time off to rest and recharge for the three-week grind ahead, Boyd flew to Palo Alto, CA, where he joined some pretty good company in working out at the George Whitfield Quarterback Academy…

Backup QB a Top Competition For the Jackets (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

When Georgia Tech begins spring practices on Monday, it will do so knowing that Tevin Washington will be its starting quarterback. There’s no question, though, that Washington will pushed this offseason — and the pressure will be on him to keep his spot at the top of the depth chart — but the bigger competition will be for the No. 2 spot behind him…

Wake Forest Offensive Line a Work In Progress (Winston-Salem Journal)

Jonathan Himebauch needs to be careful about splinters, given the rawness of what he has been working with this spring. But he likes the material he has as the new offensive line coach at Wake Forest, and he expects to like it even more after he has had more chance to sand and polish…

What’s the Deal With Danny O’Brien? (Off Tackle Empire)

Anecdotal evidence would suggest that College Football is not new to the whole ‘Free Agent’ game. Whether it is the Junior College kid who didn’t have the grades or commitment out of high school or the RB who didn’t get a fair shake at the starting gig, there are constantly opportunities for someone to take a stab at another school…

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