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PHOTO: Run baby run....Heels blast Knights
.Getting your mind right:
The Weekend Smoke from the Stogie Guys.com: Stogie Reviews: Macanudo 1968 RobustoThe man who took a stand
: "Tommie Smith accepts that it's not the man they remember most, it's the image. It's not the Olympic gold medal, it's the black-gloved right fist raised high above the medal stand in Mexico City as the U.S. national anthem played in 1968."Scary, Isn’t She?
: "Protect your sons — Jaime Nared is on the court. What happens when a 12-year-0ld girl is just a little too good."Warren Sapp calls Urban Meyer a 'classless dirtbag'
: Wow...from the mouth of a Miami Hurricane!?!?! "Warren Sapp may be on "Dancing with the Stars" but he certainly isn't tiptoeing around the controversy surrounding University of Miami coach Randy Shannon and University of Florida coach Urban Meyer."The conference headlines:
Adam Lucas of Goheels.com: The Fun Business
: "T.J. Yates threw three touchdown passes and the Tar Heels won for the first time outside North Carolina since 2002, beating error-prone Rutgers 44-12 in a nationally televised game that pitted Davis against his former pupil, Greg Schiano."Buck Sanders of Inside Carolina: Between the Lines
: IC's Buck Sanders breaks down Thursday's win over Rutgers.
Caulton Tudor of the Raleigh News and Observer: Butch Davis, America is watchingMichael Cunningham: UM good as anyone in ACC
Sammy Batten of the Fayetteville Observer: Wolfpack should finish strongPlay Dates Not Easy
: "Just two ACC football programs have played 10 or more regular season contests against the Pac-10, largely due to the travel distance between leagues."
David Steele of the Baltimore Sun: Terps' Williams spectator to historyNorth CarolinaHeels Shine in Primetime
: "Butch Davis challenged his North Carolina squad entering Thursday night’s showdown with Rutgers, and the Tar Heels responded by dismantling the Scarlet Knights, 44-12, in front of a national audience on ESPN."
Heels end road woes
: "Heartened by four interceptions and buoyed by another career game from wide receiver Brandon Tate, the Tar Heels blew out Rutgers 44-12 to break their 20-game streak of futility outside N.C."Rutgers Makes Losing Look Easy
: "As in a dismal season-opening loss, the Rutgers defense sprung leaks as the game against North Carolina wore on, with Mike Teel throwing three interceptions."UNC notes: Preparation is key Clemson
Clemson luring N.C. athletes
: "After years of targeting North Carolina players with little success, Clemson and coach Tommy Bowden finally have established a strong recruiting presence in the bordering state." The more games North Carolina plays like last night, the more Wake wins, and the sooner NC State and Duke can get moving, the fewer players there will be for Clemson (and others).Walker's road leads him back to 'Pack
: "Freshman makes his first start against his former No. 1 choice. Clemson right tackle Landon Walker could have been starting Saturday for N.C. State. That possibility was eliminated in a manner of minutes."Practice report: Will DE Sapp play?
: "Coaches continued to be coy about whether junior defensive end Ricky Sapp will play Saturday against N.C. State."Freshmen fill Tigers' trenches
: "Three redshirt freshman offensive linemen pegged to start Saturday’s noon ACC opener against N.C. State."Practice report: Bowers to make first start
: "Freshman defensive end Da’Quan Bowers will make his first start Saturday against N.C. State, line coach Chris Rumph said."Wake ForestGrobe says Deacons want to run betterMiamiAnthony Reddick is feeling Truly blessed'Canes focused on Texas A&MFlorida StateRunning back Antone Smith easing into the Seminoles' seasonSpeculation arises about FSU using 2-quarterback systemMike Bianchi: College football officials call 'em like they're paid to call 'emShine wearing off FSU's opening-game routNC State
N.C. State tight end Kushner out for season
: "N.C. State backup tight end Matt Kushner is out for the season with a knee injury, the school announced Thursday evening."Virginia Tech
Hokies: ACC BeginsAlmost ready to roll
: "For the first time since last November, Tech tight end Sam Wheeler could see some game action on Saturday."Georgia TechYellow Jackets boast tough defensive frontGeorgia Tech top receiver questionable against HokiesBeamer impressed by Ga. Tech's defensive schemeGa. Tech recruits still wary of Johnson's offenseGeorgia Tech faces quarterback carouselGeorgia Tech triple option a work in progressGa. Tech's Mario Edwards excited to face HokiesGeorgia Tech's Taylor improving at safetyDukeDevils' kicking keeps on improving
: "Not that long ago, Duke coach David Cutcliffe threatened to go exclusively to two-point conversions if the Blue Devils didn’t shore up their kicking game."VirginiaCavs' Verica Will Learn on the JobGroh talks, explains littleCavaliers top GlassCavs QB won't go with team to UConnConrath steps up to lineEx-Cav basketball player plans to turn proMaryland
Terps: Need MoreTracking the Terps: Friedgen says team needs to define itselfSollazzo is Mr. Intensity for Terps