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

Friday, January 11, 2013

College Football Recruiting: Can Maryland and Rutgers Keep Up in the Big Ten? (Land Grant Holy Land)

This isn’t another one of those OMG THE BIG TEN SUCKZ0RS AT TEH RECRUITING!!!!! articles. If you’re interested in the demographic and financial challenges that many Big Ten teams face on the recruiting trail, read this one, or maybe this one. For all the weeping and wailing we’ve done on behalf of the league, the Big Ten has actually improved, as far as the 2013 classes are concerned…

Inside Tajh Boyd’s Decision: Why the Clemson QB Is Coming Back for His Senior Year (Post and Courier)

For the past week, Tajh Boyd deliberated over a decision: to stay for his senior year at Clemson or turn pro. The closing argument in favor of turning pro went like this: Boyd’s NFL draft grade ranged from the late second to the early fourth round. If he turned pro, he was likely to secure a high six-figure signing bonus. He’s unlikely to be a first-round pick in 2013 or 2014 due to his height…

Florida State Football Recruiting: Seminoles Assembling Another Solid Class for 2013 (SB Nation Recruiting)

The Florida State Seminoles are set to assemble another top-10 recruiting class in 2013. Most of the major scouting services have the Seminoles ranked around 10th. Head coach Jimbo Fisher has had to deal with a staff shakeup recently, as defensive coordinator Mark Stoops left Tallahassee to be the head coach at Kentucky. However, Fisher brought in Bob Pruitt to replace Stoops, and Pruitt is known throughout the country as a top recruiter…

Replacing Nathaniel Hackett: Who Keeps the Offense Going in 2013? (Troy Nunes is An Absolute Magician)

After quickly replacing the departed Doug Marrone with Scott Shafer, Syracuse is now faced with a much more difficult decision: replacing offensive coordinator Nathaniel Hackett. More so than the Shafer hire, the next offensive coordinator may end up being the move that makes or breaks the post-Marrone era…

Six Weeks of Glory (Card Chronicle)

Around 75 percent of the time I choose to quote or reference the words of someone far wiser than I. This time, the deep thought taking center stage is this: “And I urge you to please notice when you are happy, and exclaim or murmur or think at some point, ‘If this isn’t nice, I don’t know what is.'” -Kurt Vonnegut Jr. If ever there’s been a time when University of Louisville football fans have needed to heed these words, it’s now…

Why You Should Root Against Ray Lewis This Weekend (State of the U)

I love Ray Lewis. I love his dancing, his vicious hits, and like all of you; I love pictures of him in orange and green with bare midriff. Who doesn’t love football midriff? I caught myself rooting for James Wilder, Jr. a little this year just because he’s managed to circumvent NCAA uniform rules with the midriff-undertuck. I guess I’m just a fan of college football abs, and no one had better football abs than Ray Lewis…

Chuck Long Emerges as Coordinator Candidate at Virginia Tech (Daily Press)

No sooner had I tweeted Thursday afternoon that Stanford’s Pep Hamilton was unlikely to become Virginia Tech’s offensive coordinator, followers were demanding other names. Little did they, or I, realize that a former Sooner would emerge as a candidate. Chuck Long is a former offensive coordinator at Oklahoma and Kansas…

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