ACC Football Daily Links — Clemson’s Tajh Boyd Is Receptive to Criticism

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

Tuesday, April 10, 2012

QB Tajh Boyd Listening to In-House Critics (Charleston Post & Courier)

In meetings rooms and between throws this spring, Tajh Boyd has become a favorite target of criticism for offensive coordinator Chad Morris. “You can’t come out here and keep making rookie mistakes,” Morris yelled out to his starting quarterback across the practice field this spring…

Syracuse Football: Rochester Practice Reveals New Offensive Scheme, MIA Players (Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician)

Doug Marrone and the Syracuse Orange football team made their public debut on Saturday with a controlled scrimmage and open practice in Rochester. So, with our first official look at the 2012 Orange, what did we learn? Quite a lot, actually. On Closed Practices: Based on the way some people have reacted to Doug Marrone closing spring practice, you’d think that it was the most important part of the season (seriously, get over it)…

BC Linebackers Eager for Challenge (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

Frank Spaziani knows he probably is not getting 190-plus tackles from any of his linebackers this season. The Boston College coach is OK with that. So, too, are the linebackers who will fill the void left by Luke Kuechly, the ACC’s single-season (191) and career tackles (532) leader who left early for the NFL draft…

Q&A With Florida State Coach Jimbo Fisher (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

I had a chance to catch up with Florida State coach Jimbo Fisher to talk about the state of football in Florida. Here is a little of what he had to say: Where do you think football is in the state of Florida? Jimbo Fisher: “Wonderful. I think it’s getting better and better. Florida’s recruited well, Miami had a lot better class”…

Chad Morris Moving Tigers’ Offense Into Hyperdrive (Orange and White)

Following a lightning-quick debut last fall, Chad Morris is determined to take Clemson’s offense into hyperdrive. The Tigers averaged 75.3 plays per game in 2011, and Morris wants even more this fall. Last Monday’s first scrimmage of spring practice is a strong indicator. Clemson ran 100 plays in 80 minutes, and today’s scrimmage should be just as fast-paced…

The Stadium Woods Debate: A Question of Value (The Collegiate Times)

Students and faculty members are mounting opposition to a proposed indoor athletic practice facility that would eliminate a portion of the Stadium Woods — a rare old-growth forest behind Lane Stadium. As the athletics department attempts to set plans for the facility, which would provide the football team and other Virginia Tech programs with a place to practice during inclement weather…

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