ACC Football Daily Links — North Carolina Is Running Back University Once Again

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

Tuesday, April 24, 2012

UNC Football: Is Tailback U Back? (Keeping It Heel)

Once upon a time in college football if you thought about schools with thousand yard backs North Carolina was one at the top of the list. From Don McCauley in 1969 to Jonathon Linton in 1997 there were 24 season in which a Tar Heel running back clipped a thousand yards in one season…

Pitt Football: Another Look at Redshirting Isaac Bennett (Cardiac Hill)

Last week, I mentioned the possibility of Pitt redshirting Isaac Bennett. I still stand by that and think it would be a good move if Ray Graham and Rushel Shell can stay healthy, but I can understand the logic that Pitt could use all three. ESPN’s Andrea Adelson seems to think using all three would be best…

2012 Spring Game Report: Where We Really Aren’t Sure If We Learned Anything Or Not (From the Rumble Seat)

As I’m sure you are aware by now, the Georgia Tech football team had its annual T-Day Spring Game on Friday night. Always such a confusing occasion, as you have us playing against us, and so it’s really uncomfortable trying to pick who to cheer for. So my strategy has always been to pick one team and cheer them, and jeer the other team, if nothing else for my own pure entertainment…

Boston College Football Could Have As Few As Five Home Games in 2014 (BC Interruption)

With Boston College football agreeing to a three-game series with UMass, the Eagles will open up the 2014 season “on the road” at the Razor on August 30. The UMass road game is joined by a home date with USC and a neutral site game with Army at Yankee Stadium. Unfortunately, there is an issue with the future ACC schedule that could leave the Eagles with as few as five home games in 2014…

Syracuse Spring Football: All Hail Team Anselmo (Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician)

This was a weird Spring. As you all know from my coverage last year, I’m one of the few and the proud who really took advantage of the open practices that were the norm through the first three years of the Doug Marrone era. I thoroughly enjoyed going down to Manley every Tuesday/Thursday/Saturday, taking notes, hanging out with the other die-hards, and seeing the development of our favorite football team…

Former Maryland Linemen Max Garcia Transferring to Florida (

Another Maryland refugee has found his next college football home. 6’4″, 290-pound offensive tackle Max Garcia announced Saturday that he would be transferring to Florida after joining the exodus out of College Park earlier this season…

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