ACC Football Daily Links — Making 10 Bold Predictions for the 2013 ACC Football Season

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

Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Ten Bold Predictions for the 2013 ACC Football Season (Wilmington Star-News)

The 2013 college football season starts with a bang Thursday when North Carolina travels to Columbia to play Jadeveon Clowney and No. 6 South Carolina in a game that, at least for a year, will determine bragging rights on which is the ‘real’ Carolina. Before everyone kicks things off with a big opening week and what promises to be a memorable campaign, here are 10 bold predictions on what to might be in store for the ACC…

2013 ACC Football Megapreview: Stability, Crapshoots, and Everything in Between (SB Nation)

In the ACC Atlantic, there is little doubt that Florida State or Clemson will emerge on top — both teams were 7-1 in league play last year, and FSU’s win over the Tigers in Tallahassee proved the difference. Granted, this is the ACC, and just about anything can happen, but if a similar scenario doesn’t develop this season it will be a mild shock. Clemson has the home-field advantage this time around…

Cardiac Hill Q&A With ESPN Broadcaster Rece Davis (Cardiac Hill)

Over the past few years, ESPN has been unbelievably kind to us. Much of it has to do with the awesome Mike Humes, one of their communications gurus, who just happens to be a Pitt grad. Mike has often lined up their broadcasters for Q&As to give us some insight on individual games as well as a national perspective on Pitt…

STL Roundtable: What Are Your Expectations for the 2013 Virginia Football Season? (Streaking the Lawn)

Earlier this week, Matt Pik took a look at UVA’s schedule and discussed how we can judge the 2013 football season. Not one to allow the youngster to have the final word, the STL team took their seats at the Roundtable once again to debate our expectations and hopes for the season. Jump into the comments and tell us: What do you expect this season? And what would it take for you to consider it a success?…

Maryland Quarterback C.J. Brown Has a Healthy Outlook Entering 2013 Football Season (Washington Post)

He called his father the night he tried to make a downfield cut and his knee buckled during a no-contact practice last August. “Don’t tell your mom,” Clark Brown said to his son, worried sick it might be his anterior cruciate ligament. “Don’t tell your mom until you’re sure.” The next day, C.J. Brown got his MRI exam results back and about the worst news an elite athlete can hear: torn ACL. Done for the season…

NC State’s Offense a Mystery to Be Revealed on the Field (News & Observer)

Dave Doeren says his offense at N.C. State will be “Wisconsin and Oregon combined.” On the surface, that certainly seems like a marriage of inconvenience. Oregon is at the cutting edge of modern college football offenses. Wisconsin is the dinosaur that’s still a long way from extinction…

Morris Finds the Sweet Spot at Clemson (ESPN’s ACC Blog)

Chad Morris was a fine passer in high school. Strong arm. Smart. Accurate. But his head coach at Edgewood High in Texas, well, he didn’t believe in throwing the football. It was the 1980s, and running the ball was all the rage. So Edgewood muddled through some mediocre seasons, Morris handcuffed from doing do the one thing he desperately wanted to do…

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