Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Crossing the Atlantic: NC State, Miami, and more

A Wolfpack in sheep's clothing? NC State head coach Tom O'Brien claims the ACC is making his team a "sacrificial lamb" with scheduling the Wolfpack for a Thurdsay night game against Cincinnati. With NC State one of the rare 2-0 teams in the ACC against a 1-1 Cincinnati team sans former coach Brian Kelly, there'd better be a wolf in that lamb, not vice-versa. (The News and Observer)

West Virginia's Brandon Hogan arrested. Maryland will be facing a West Virginia team missing cornerback Brandon Hogan, who was suspended indefinitely after being arrested for impersonating a Georgia player DUI. (Testudo Times)

There's no "U" in Twitter. Miami head football coach Randy Shannon has banned his players from Twitter. (ESPN)

Can Clemson handle the heat in Auburn? With notable on-the-road losses last year against to Georgia Tech and South Carolina, questions abound on whether can handle the intimidation factor of Auburn fans in Jordan-Hare Stadium. (The Post and Courier)

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