Thursday, December 5, 2013
ACC's lunchtime links
By David M. Hale
Weaver D's in Athens, Ga. lives on, as it should. Automatic for the people.
Jameis Winston’s ability to overcome negative plays has made a huge impact on Florida State’s offense, writes Tomahawk Nation.
Winston offered some insight into the frenetic pace of Jimbo Fisher’s QB meetings, writes the Orlando Sentinel.
Safety Jeremy Cash has been the enforcer on Duke’s defense this season, writes the Charlotte Observer.
Athlon digs up a handful of intriguing stats on Saturday’s ACC championship game.
Backing the Pack takes a look what Tom O’Brien’s final recruiting class has done after two years.
The Post and Courier sits down with Clemson AD Dan Radakovich to discuss a few key issues, including Dabo Swinney’s future.
Syracuse athletics director Daryl Gross says the school is still in the mix for six different bowl games, writes The Post-Standard.
Maryland isn’t expecting any advance notice on its bowl destination, writes the Baltimore Sun.
Former Boston College great Matt Ryan is getting behind Andre Williams’ Heisman campaign, writes NFL.com.
Aaron Donald took home ACC defensive player of the year honors, writes the Tribune-Review.
Football.com writes that Duke’s David Cutcliffe deserves to win coach of the year honors.
Miami’s Al Golden has been hard at work reeling in recruits, writes the Sun-Sentinel.