The Daily Roundup: FTF
Because we care:
Jim Cramer's MAD MONEY and RADIO recap.
WSJ Opinion Journal Best of the Web.
Georgia Tech a complains about the bowl and then gets smashed by Utah. If you're going to chirp up, please, please, represent and play well once you get there.
Jackets mired in muddy mediocrity.
Colonials face Pack on a high: "At No. 12 in the nation, George Washington's men's basketball team boasts its highest ranking since 1956. At 8-0, the Colonials are off to their best start since 1953-54....."
Clemson men's pregame: Elon (2-9) at Clemson (11-1)
Prosser hints at a new starting lineup: "Says that fast-break points need to improve."
UVa Insider: Athletic success can’t depend on non-revenue teams.
How about a little local NBA News- Refs show respect for Bobcats: "It took a while, but refs starting to reward Charlotte with free-throw opportunities."
More ACC Football News for the Footblog:
FSU Linebacker accused of assault: "The Florida State football team had not yet spent a full day in South Florida before one of its players, A.J. Nicholson (editor inserts "alledgedly") ran afoul of the law...."
FSU's Rouse shows a glimpse of talent: "Five catches. That figured to be a nice night at Doak Campbell Stadium for a player with Fred Rouse's talent."
A mirror matchup: "The similarities are uncanny. Miami is ranked ninth. Louisiana State is 10th. Both, at one time this season, were ranked third and presumably one Southern Cal or Texas loss from playing for the national championship."
Caulton Tudor: Canes will get a break - "The ACC's image will - and should - take a hit if Miami can't find a way to beat Louisiana State in Atlanta."
Sales slow for Pack and ... who?
Bowl to hit home for brothers: "Family ties bind foes Morgan, Haliburton"
Cavaliers' Groh facing the music: "Virginia coach Al Groh needs a win today over Minnesota in the Music City Bowl. It's that simple."
From start to finish, Schmidt was always there for U.Va.
Franks fits in at USF: "Ex-Duke coach bullish on future." I think he has reason to. That program has really come on.
Schneider, two others leave Devils: "Mike Schneider will graduate from Duke, but he won't finish his football career with the Blue Devils. The junior quarterback said Thursday he would play his final season of eligibility at a Division I-AA school."
Pack squeeze play: "Spin around the track a tight fit for some NCSU players."
Wolfpack will take precautions in order to get to bowl on time.
FSU thankful for linebacking depth: "There is no getting around it. Florida State will miss A.J. Nicholson against a Penn State team that boasts an excellent ground game."
Rolle doing what he can as recruiter: "Myron Rolle wants to make a favorable impression with his new teammates when he enrolls at Florida State next month. Until that time, Rolle also wants to make a favorable impression with fellow recruits who still are considering the Seminoles."
Miami coaches say Wright, despite inconsistencies, developing into solid QB: "Kyle Wright arrived at the University of Miami almost three years ago as the school's next great quarterback."
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