ACC Football Daily Links — Syracuse Officially Announces $17M Indoor Practice Facility, Ready to Compete for Top Recruits Againete for

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Wednesday, February 27, 2013

Syracuse Announces $17M Football Indoor Practice Facility, Finally (Troy Nunes Is An Absolute Magician)

Update: I didn’t watch the video that includes Scott Shafer saying Scott Shafer things. Please do not make the same mistake I did. Back in April 2012, we wondered if leaked designs were for a new state-of-the-art football facility for Syracuse Orange football. In February 2013, we got our answer: Syracuse University will continue designing and begin construction on one of the premiere collegiate athletics indoor practice centers…

UNC Not Ready to Concede Our State (Tar Heel Blog)

Shortly after the 2013 ACC football schedule was released, the official UNC Football Twitter account tweeted out the 2013 schedule graphic below: Notice anything about the away games over on the right? Each away game features the opponent’s logo in the state in which they are located – Pitt in Pennsylvania, Virginia Tech in Virginia, SCAR in South Carolina, and Georgia Tech in Georgia…

Spring Practice Storylines: Maryland’s Revamped Defense (Testudo Times)

We’re still in the throes of an intense rollercoaster of a basketball season, but football, and the ever-present optimism of its blank slate, isn’t far off. Maryland just released its full schedule yesterday, and spring practice is right around the corner – the Terps will officially return to action on Saturday, getting healthy, blooding in youngsters, learning schemes, and resolving position battles…

Tech, Johnson Peeved By Schedule (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

The ACC football schedule released Monday has led Georgia Tech coach Paul Johnson and athletic department officials to believe they’ve again drawn the short straw. That conclusion may have repercussions for Tech’s future participation in the league’s Thursday night package. Johnson’s frustrations with the schedule were many, some of which may have been out of the league’s hands…

Canes Spring Football Primer: What To Watch For (State of the U)

WE GET TO HAVE SORT OF FOOTBALL SOON! Seriously though, I don’t know about you, but I can’t wait for the spring football sessions to start. It may not be full on game action, but at least it will get us ready for what is to come. We get a look at the new offense, the hopefully improved defense, and a handful of players we didn’t see or even have last year…

Focus on Quarterbacks Again at Maryland (Capital Gazette)

The quarterback position was a major issue for the Maryland football program during the 2012 season. The same will be true when the Terrapins and coach Randy Edsall begin spring practice for the 2013 season on Saturday. Maryland was hit by an incredible rash of injuries to their quarterbacks last fall as Edsall used five different players at the position…

Dabo Swinney Expecting Spirited Competition This Spring For Backup QB Spot (Orange and White)

As far as Dabo Swinney is concerned, the more competition that the Tigers can muster at the quarterback position, the better for his team, and program, in both the long run and short run. With numbers limited – Morgan Roberts left the program during the off-season and Tony McNeal has chosen to give up football because of injuries – all the quarterbacks on Clemson’s roster should get plenty of reps this spring…

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