ACC: Paul Freedman

ACC injury reports: Week 3

September, 14, 2012
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Here are the injury reports from the schools who emailed them this week:

DUKE

PROBABLE
OUT
OUT FOR SEASON
FLORIDA STATE

OUT
OUT FOR THE SEASON
GEORGIA TECH

OUT
QUESTIONABLE
MARYLAND

OUT FOR THE SEASON
OUT
QUESTIONABLE
PROBABLE
VIRGINIA

Out
Doubtful
Questionable
  • Billy Schautz (lower extremity)
Probable
VIRGINIA TECH

Out for Season
Out
Probable

ACC's lunchtime links

October, 27, 2010
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It's almost game day!
  • Whoever would have thought the biggest problem with Paul Johnson's offense would be the lack of a big-play wide receiver?
  • It would also help if the Jackets could win the battle up front.
  • Maryland makes the stops when it counts -- on fourth down and in the red zone.
  • Clemson wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins gives quarterback Kyle Parker some margin for error when he throws.
  • NC State kicker Josh Czajkowski has a pregame routine he always sticks to. Some might say he's even a little superstitious.
  • Virginia sophomore tight end Paul Freedman has learned how to score -- and celebrate it.
  • Good news, bad news for the Canes. Good news? Seantrel Henderson has been as good as advertised. Bad news? He has to be, because Orlando Franklin is hurt.
  • It was a long process, but UNC cornerback Kendric Burney has finally been cleared to play.
  • Thursday night's game looms large for the Atlantic Division standings.
  • Mike London's academic requirement didn't end when the season started -- just ask the three players who were benched this past weekend.
  • Virginia Tech's defense has been preparing for Georgia Tech since the offseason.

Virginia to participate in fundraiser

February, 25, 2010
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Eight Virginia players will participate in a fundraiser on Sunday to benefit Uplifting Athletes Rare Disease Day 2010. They'll compete in an online college football video game tournament against Georgia, Ohio State, Penn State, Texas and West Virginia. I'm pretty sure Maryland competed in this last year.

It's for a good cause, as this is the same group that organized the fundraising efforts for Ewing Sarcoma Cancer this past season with BC linebacker Mark Herzlich. Virginia raised $8,194.94 for the "Hoos for Herzlich 94" campaign that benefited Uplifting Athletes.

If you're in Charlottesville, the event will take place at Buffalo Wild Wings from 3 to 6 p.m. Admission is $5 in advance and $10 at the door. Funds will go toward Uplifting Athletes' mission to align college football players with the rare disease cause.

The Cavaliers will compete head-to-head against each other to determine a campus champion who will then face the winners from the other five schools to determine an overall winner. The Cavalier players participating are Ras-I Dowling, Paul Freedman, Dom Joseph, Marc Verica, Bobby Smith, Jared Green, Kevin Royal and Mike Ahunamba. Dontrelle Inman will emcee the event.

Participation in the event is part of first-year coach Mike London's "Hoos in the Ville" program that involves members of the Virginia football team in various community service activities.

"It is important that our players get involved in community activities," London said in a prepared statement. "It is a tremendous opportunity to not only benefit some great causes, but to have our players understand they can have a positive impact with many individuals and groups. Our hope is that "Hoos in the Ville" becomes a starting point and that they will continue to be involved in their respective communities well after they graduate from UVa."

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