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ACC's lunchtime links

5/14/2014

If you’re going to get food poisoning, it might as well come from Shake Shack. (Though, if you're at Citi Field, Mama's of Corona is an excellent alternative that hasn't made anyone sick.)

  • Speaking of food, the Orlando Sentinel has a good piece on changes to the NCAA’s meal policy and how it affects Florida State, where sophomore Marquez White recently criticized the current program.

  • Jimbo Fisher’s success rate on the recruiting trail is awfully impressive, and Tomahawk Nation has the numbers to prove it.

  • Local readers offer their takes on Jameis Winston’s saga to the Tallahassee Democrat.

  • Louisville tops the list to land another transfer from Georgia -- and maybe another from Texas A&M, writes The Courier-Journal.

  • BC Interruption looks at the weighted draft results for each ACC school and notices they look awfully close to the conference’s typical recruiting rankings.

  • The Roanoke Times has some more details on Virginia Tech’s new indoor practice facility.

  • Former Syracuse center Macky MacPherson earned a mini-camp invite from the Philadelphia Eagles, writes The Post-Standard.

  • Former Pitt defender Aaron Donald is eager to get his pro career under way, writes the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.

  • Georgia Tech added an offensive line transfer from TCU, writes the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

  • After some behind-the-scenes drama, Clemson landed a commitment on the defensive line, writes The State.

  • Sports Illustrated looks at the reasons the ACC and SEC want to stick with an eight-game conference schedule.

  • Some ACC teams may bolster their schedule with extra games against conference foes. Yahoo!’s Dr. Saturday isn’t a fan.