ACC Football Daily Links — Logan Thomas’s Return Sets Up Promising 2013 for Virginia Tech

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

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Logan Thomas Decision Good for Hokies (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

For all the endless flak Virginia Tech quarterback Logan Thomas took throughout the 2012 season, his decision Tuesday to stay for his senior season is good news for the Hokies. No, really. The naysayers may roll their eyes, but it is important to remember that Thomas enters his senior season as the established leader of the Virginia Tech offense, a veteran player with enough self-awareness to realize that his performance in 2012 was simply not good enough…

With NCAA Investigation Nearing an End, Miami Looks Set for 2013 (CBS Sports)

The nearly two-year NCAA investigation into the Miami athletic department, stemming from the allegations of former booster and convicted Ponzi schemer Nevin Shapiro, is likely in the final stages. The Associated Press reported Saturday that the NCAA is scheduling meetings to discuss specific allegations, and if that is the case the Notice of Allegations could follow in the near future…

Way Too Early Look at Georgia-Clemson on Aug. 31 (The Red & Black)

The 2012 college football season ended just over a week ago, but for college football die-hards that only means it’s preseason 2013. And what a year 2013 looks to be for the Georgia Bulldogs. It will all begin just a short drive up I-85 North in Clemson, S.C., where, on Aug. 31, Georgia will face Clemson for the first time since 2003…

Florida State Will Pay New Staff Less Than it Paid Old Staff (Orlando Sentinel)

Florida State is set to pay its newest group of coaches more than $130,000 less than it paid its previous group, according to data released to the Orlando Sentinel and other media outlets Tuesday. As part of a public records request filed earlier in the day, FSU officials submitted to news agencies signed offer sheets for newest Seminoles assistant football coaches Billy Napier and Randy Sanders…

North Carolina Apparently Advertising Itself as Coastal Division Champs, Even Though ACC Will Not (Dr. Saturday)

Last year the ACC had a line inside a press release that didn’t mention North Carolina by name, but it was about North Carolina: Conference Policy and Procedures: The decision was made that should a member institution be ineligible for postseason competition due to NCAA sanctions, it will be ineligible for regular season or divisional recognition.Seems pretty clear. The Tar Heels couldn’t play in the ACC Championship Game…

George McDonald: A Recruiter’s Recruiter (Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician)

Less than a month ago, the rumored-to-be new Syracuse offensive coordinator George McDonald was introduced as the University of Arkansas’ wide receivers coach after coaching the same position for two seasons at the University of Miami. McDonald, who’s considered one of the best recruiters in the nation, was introduced to the Arkansas media, Dec. 20, via teleconference, which WholeHogsSports.com kindly posted on its website…

Dabo Swinney Says Ebenezer Ogundeko’s Early Arrival Like “Winning the Lottery” (Orange and White)

College classes. Winter conditioning drills. Team meetings. A new home. New friends. Unfamiliar surroundings. New expectations. The past week has been a blur for early enrolling freshmen Jadar Johnson, Jordan Leggett and Ebenezer Ogundeko. Today, Daniel High product Shaq Lawson joins in the fun – with a head start over his fellow freshmen in familiarity with Clemson…

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