ACC Football Daily Links — 2013 Schedule Officially Released, Filled With Non-Conference Tests

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

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Statement-Making Opening Weekend Highlights ACC’s 2013 Schedule (USA Today)

Interesting non-conference matchups and vital league games in October and November highlight the Atlantic Coast Conference’s 2013 schedule, which begins with a potential statement-making slate over Labor Day weekend. The season’s opening weekend features five games pitting ACC teams against premier non-conference competition…

ACC Gets Final Weekend of Regular Season Right in 2013 (BC Interruption)

A few weeks back, with the league set to kick off its Winter Meetings, I proposed a few ways that the ACC could improve on its future schedule model for the final weekend of the regular season. I doubt the league office was listening, but credit where credit is due — the ACC finally gets the final weekend of the regular season right. Here’s how the final weekend of the regular season shapes up in 2013…

Death Plays Chess and Announces the ACC Schedule (Every Day Should Be Saturday)

The ACC schedule is out. Death comes to us all, and to Maryland football even quicker. (View article for remainder of post, which is completely made of visual content)…

Ohio State AD: No Talk of Adding Teams Right Now (CBS Sports)

Considering Maryland signed a non-disclosure agreement as it plotted its move to the Big Ten last year, future power-conference expansion will be cloaked in secrecy if league officials can help it. But generally, commissioner Jim Delany has kept his ADs and presidents informed of the membership process, Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith said…

What Was the ACC Thinking? (Gobbler Country)

Let me start off by saying that, as a fan, I am fed up with how the ACC constantly appears to sabotage Virginia Tech. When Virginia Tech was admitted into the ACC, nobody thought they would be dominating the league in football, claiming four titles when the expectations were for FSU and Miami to be annually battling in for ACC supremacy…

Edsall Confident in C.J. Brown’s Progress (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

Even though Maryland will only have two healthy quarterbacks available when spring practice opens Saturday, coach Randy Edsall says starter C.J. Brown is ahead of schedule with his rehab and could possibly even participate in 7-on-7 drills later in the spring. Brown tore his ACL during preseason practice last fall and missed all of 2012. “C.J. will be doing individual work to start. I don’t think it will progress to the point where he’ll have contact…

UVa Ropes Up Boise (Daily Progress)

Virginia football is on the brink of its most ambitious scheduling in the program’s history and it didn’t get any easier on Monday when the school announced a home-and-home series with Boise State. The Cavaliers will host the Broncos on Sept. 26, 2015, then return the game to Boise’s famed “Blue Turf” Broncos Stadium on Sept. 23, 2017. It will be UVa’s second visit to Boise’s stadium, but its first game there against the Broncos…

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