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Path of the Storm: Sterling Problem, Unionization, Al Golden & The Roots

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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.

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As a 'Canes fan, it kills me to ever give credit to Yahoo Sports.  But they hit the nail on the head with this analysis of WHO needs to deal with the Donald Sterling issue:

Donald Sterling is NBA and its' owners mess, not Chris Paul and the Clippers'

In other important news, Northwestern Players voted on whether to Unionize or not. Unfortunately the results will not be known for a while:

Historic day as Northwestern players decide union

Former 'Cane Donnavan Kirk did not hold back when expressing his opinion on the matter.

In an interesting , less controversial subject SB Nation examined what College Football Players do between Spring Practice and Fall,

What do college football players do between spring and fall practice?


The Mother Ship has also started the countdown of 128 teams in 128 days,  be sure to check back on this link often:

The 128-team CFB countdown


In a fun look at pronunciations, TNIAAM examines the debate over how to say "Syracuse."

Let's Settle This Debate Once And For All...Seer-Ah-Cuse or Sara-Cuse?


Want some more analysis on the recently released ACC Men's Basketball Schedules?

Jacobs: Analyzing the ACC basketball schedule

Last but certainly not least, If you want the full transcript of Al Golden's post spring ACC Coaches teleconference, the Miami Herald has you covered:

Al Golden Word for Word

And because all of this web surfing is so much easier when listening to Old School Hip Hop, we give the Roots featuring Erykah Badu:

As always, if there is anything we missed please feel free to drop a link in the comments section.