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Path of the Storm: The ACC Links

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The purpose of this segment is to bring attention to the developments of our foes around the ACC, accompanied by appearances from our rivals and other top programs. If you are able to find anything else pertaining to the league that I failed to include please post the source in the comments section.

Adorable.
Adorable.
Rob Carr

Clemson Tigers: Good ol' fashioned father-son thievery.



Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets: Former MLB draft pick to play WR for Paul Johnson.



Maryland Terrapins: Divorce can be such an ugly ordeal.



North Carolina Tar Heels: SBNation's 10 things to know about UNC.



N.C. State Wolfpack: Leading rusher Shadrach Thornton suspended for week 1.



Virginia Cavaliers: Final result of Mike London's "the good quarterbacks transferred so... eenie, meenie, formerly, mo."


As you'll read in Andrea Adelson's article:

"Watford played in 10 games as a true freshman in 2011, but redshirted last year as London decided to go with both Rocco and Sims at quarterback."

Here are quarterback David Watford's statistics for his appearances in 2011.


CMP

ATT

PCT

YDS

AVG

TD

LNG

INT

RAT

30

74

40.5

346

4.7

3

60

4

82.4




Virginia Tech Hokies: Good things come in threes?



Pittsburgh Panthers: Those Savages.



Excuse me while I whip this out: Heather... Heather... My darling Dinich. We've had our disagreements in the past... But this top 25 player countdown. Where has the love gone? As of August 16th we're down to seventh, and is there a single Miami Hurricane in any of the 18 previous slots?




MVMP - What could it mean?

My [redacted] might puss?

Well get that checked out.

You were gross close, though, the correct answer was - Most Valuable Miami Player.

Tough decision. Clearly bias will be used but let's try to remain pure. Whose impact with the team is the most influential? If a given star player for the Miami Hurricanes were to be vacant from the team, whose loss would be felt the most?