ACC Football Daily Links — Can the NCAA Punish Miami Anymore, Or Has It Lost All Credibility?

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

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

What’s Next for Miami if the NCAA Tries to Draw the Hard Line? (CBS Sports)

When talking to people about the NCAA’s botched investigation in the Nevin Shapiro case and Miami’s place in it, I’ve heard this line of thinking a few times: If the NCAA tries to drop the hammer on the Hurricanes despite its own deft ability to mishandle enforcement, UM should just sue, right? Lawyer up, Emmert. After all, Miami’s basically self-imposed sanctions on everything in Coral Gables but the swim team to appease the NCAA …

Canes’ Al Golden Hates Florida (Miami New Times)

The University of Miami isn’t interested in signing Florida’s best high school football players. The team rose to prominence by recruiting ballers like NFL Hall of Famer Warren Sapp, two-time Super Bowl winner Ray Lewis, and late great defensive back Sean Taylor, just to name a few Hurricanes who went on to stellar careers…

Scott Shafer Finds Right Fit at Cuse (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

Scott Shafer remembers standing on the pregame field at Notre Dame Stadium in 1991, his first game as a graduate assistant coach at Indiana, hearing his knees knock because Irish head coach Lou Holtz stood nearby. For a small-town (Painesville, Ohio) guy who played small-college football (Baldwin-Wallace), this was a dream come true. “I remember just being in the fight mentally”…

Fairchild Says UVa Starting QB Battle Will Be a ‘Spirited Competition’ (Daily Progress)

Admittedly, when Steve Fairchild first popped in Virginia tape, he keyed in on one position. “Obviously, I looked at the quarterbacks first,” he said. Where, from 2012, he spotted Phillip Sims. The rising junior spent his first season at UVa sharing time with Michael Rocco, completing 56 percent of his passes and tossing nine touchdowns to four interceptions…

Boston College Football Recruiting: A Blueprint for Success in 2014 (BC Interruption)

With the 2013 recruiting class set and ready to go, it’s time for Steve Addazio to make his mark with his first class, the Class of 2014. Much has been said about where Addazio needs to go in the future, but in actuality a solid game plan that will lead to success isn’t that hard to plan out. Here are some suggestions for his next recruiting class…

Larry Fedora Will Finish With a Better Legacy Than Mack Brown (Rant Sports)

OK… So it’s only been one season but it’s never too early to dream about what could be with the North Carolina Tar Heels and Head Coach Larry Fedora. Right? Fedora’s first year was fantastic as he led the Heels to a 8-4 record overall and a first place 5-3 mark in the ACC Coastal Division. Due to sanctions, Carolina gave up its bid to play the Florida State Seminoles in the ACC Championship so it was not able to compete in any post-season…

New Coaches Believe in Fisher, FSU (Tallahassee Democrat)

You can count Rick Trickett as a fan of the new Florida State football assistants.The veteran offensive line coach, one of three holdovers from Jimbo Fisher’s 2012 staff, was not shy in his praise of the five new coaches during last week’s Signing Day celebration. He lauded their work ethic and their ability to hit the ground flying in recruiting – which led to another Top 10 class for the Seminoles…

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