The Daily Roundup: Monday
The Best ACC Football Coverage!!!
Terps Trip Over Their Good Fortune:
No. 10 Florida State Dodges Upset With 4th-Quarter Rally and win 35-27
Cavaliers eyeing Owls, bowl bid:
Hamstring healing, quarterback Hagans productive at practice
Caulton Tudor: Drop isn't Tar Heels' only pain
Dascenzo: Duke, Wake heading separate ways: Here's how bad it was for Duke football Saturday: Wake Forest had a backup quarterback taking a knee in the final two minutes in the red zone so as not to further embarrass the Blue Devils in a 44-6 laugher.
Deacs rout Devils: Wake Forest's 44-6 victory over Duke is the most lopsided ever in the long-running series. Pathetic.
All is not lost for BC: "As he stood surrounded by reporters last Thursday night following Boston College's 30-10 loss to third-ranked Virginia Tech, senior wide receiver Will Blackmon said forlornly, ''For us to still have a shot at the ACC championship, we'll need a huge miracle.""
Wake Forest suspends Swinton for four games: Source says that freshman had paint-ball gun in dorm room. Dummy.
Botched fourth-down pass lets Tech off hook " After burning his last timeout, Clemson coach Tommy Bowden wanted a curl route thrown to Aaron Kelly on fourth-and-seven. Instead, quarterback Charlie Whitehurst chose a 2-yard pass well short of the first-down marker. "
Matchup against Virginia Tech will make, break Miami season.
Pack's McCargo may not return: Tackle had surgery on left foot Friday
Miami comes alive: Canes overwhelm Heels after half.
Heels' Baker will play against Eagles: QB sprained ankle vs. Miami
LEARNING: Deacons say they are hitting their stride
Andre the Giant: The freshman running back, after playing little this season, looks a lot like former Wolfpack great Ted Brown in the win over Southern Miss.
Terps' fortunes hinge on final 3-game swing
After loss to Hurricanes, Tar Heels face an uphill battle to become bowl eligible
Whitehurst might rest this week against Duke: Clemson quarterback is suffering from a sore arm; overuse is the suspected cause.
Q&A with Bobby Bowden: With the Seminoles just one conference win away from clinching the ACC Atlantic Division title, Saturday's game has added importance since they will travel to Clemson for their final regular-season conference game.
Freshmen make mark in Red-White hoops: As Saturday morning's Red-White N.C. State basketball scrimmage at the RBC Center wound down, Wolfpack fans howled in protest over a late-game call.
Former Pack star in a supportive role: David Thompson, a three-time All-America who led N.C. State to the 1974 national basketball championship, cares for his wife, Cathy, who has diabetes.
All about Duke: "Krzyzewski's 26th season at Duke begins with fanfare after he was selected to coach the U.S. Olympic team. "
Q&A With Leonard Hamilton: "Gastonia native Leonard Hamilton will have a different-looking team at Florida State this season."
Despite setback, Hokies look forward: "Wynton Witherspoon's foot injury means former starting forward Markus Sailes is back on the first team."
More from the Footblog:
These Hurricanes are type we can embrace.
Weatherford growing into leadership role
Coker: Full game is needed: Canes coach Larry Coker said his team won't be able to overcome any lapses Saturday at third-ranked Virginia Tech.
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