The Daily Roundup: Wednesday
Georgia Tech guard Jarrett Jack will enter the NBA draft but will not hire an agent.
Carrabus County softball coach suspended after his team wins ............55-0. Wow......that's a beating of monumental proportions.
She-Will says "I want to do what Carolina did." Wow....when is the last time you heard a Duke player say that?
More NBA millionaires means less dirty play. Hmmmmmmmm
Pointing out UNC's main shortcomings: Bobby Frasor is ready to play wherever he is needed.
More headlines below the fold.
Its official: Kyle Wright is the new quarterback at The "U".
Caulton Tudor says that Duke will be the best in the ACC next year. I like BC's chances to do some real damage in the conference.
Seven Clemson Tigers will have NFL opportunities.
Former Carolina star Rasheed Wallace picks up us 228th career technical, and then picks up the Pistons as Carolina Michigan campus beats the 76er's.
At Florida State, two Nicholson's have proven better than one.
New BCS title game rotation begins with the Fiesta in '07.
Former Maryland football player Chad Scott leaves Steelers and signs free agent deal with the Pats'.
More on my man TA McClendon as he tries to catch on with the Falcons.
NFL to pay the estate of former Steeler great Mike Webster $1M in withheld pension benefits. This is a pretty sad situation. Webster played 15 years in the league and b/c of a mental condition ended up sleeping in trains and abandoned vehicles. Good discussion piece.
Michael Wilbon of the Washington Post - "Tennis in the Hood": The Southeast Tennis and Learning Center is saving lives and shaping futures.
Fuel prices will place a real strain on some college athletic programs, even in the big conferences.
Former UVa. basketball player Jason Williford could be on his way back home as an assistant to Dave Leitao.
Virginia Tech coach Seth Greenberg makes the tough call on Cooke, but the correct one.
Clemson is caught in the middle of the 12th game debate as the ACC opposes such a move.........but it would be a boon to the Tigers athletic department.
Not ACC, but a good read on troubled former South Carolina running back Derek Watson. Looks like the Bucs are going to give him one last shot.