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Friday, September 9, 2011
ACC's lunchtime links
By ESPN.com staff
Ready for Week 2?
Despite Indiana's struggles, the Hoosiers'
hurry-up, pistol formation
could give Virginia some problems.
Last year, Virginia Tech defensive end James Gayle didn't know what he was doing. This year
is a different story
Would the Hokies
consider joining the SEC
? It depends on what other dominoes fall first.
Virginia and Virginia Tech
should both go undefeated
against their nonconference opponents.
Considering Miami coach Al Golden is a former tight end for Penn State, it should come as no surprise he
wants to use his tight ends more
NC State running back Curtis Underwood
got a second chance
he wasn't expecting.
are piling up
for NC State and Duke.
FSU will again be without receiver Willie Haulstead, who is still showing
made the right decision
in starting Jacory Harris over Stephen Morris against Ohio State.
It's looking more and more
like a redshirt year
for talented Georgia Tech freshman quarterback Vad Lee.
Boston College defensive end Max Holloway has
a panel of experts
in his family to help make his game better.
Clemson freshman running back Mike Bellamy
will get more carries
as his understanding of the offense increases.