Monday, August 8, 2011

Crossing the Atlantic: Paul Johnson, Boston College, and ESPN GameDay

(Crossing the Atlantic is a look at the ACC and other schools on the East Coast.)   

There's a possibility, but no chance.
ESPN's Heather Dinich looks at the ACC's chances having a team in the BCS championship in the new era of conference expansion. (ESPN)

Making a good first impression. 
Georgia Tech head football coach Paul Johnson is impressed by freshman quarterback Vad Lee. But he still might not redshirt Lee this season. (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Hitting the ground running. 
While most ACC teams have it easy the first two weeks of the 2011 season, Boston College faces Northwestern and Central Florida, and Maryland faces Miami and West Virginia. BC Interruption discusses which of the two ACC schools has it easier. (BC Interruption)

The Change-Up.
Clemson will be switching to a 3-4 defense for 2011. (The Post and Courier)

All or Nothing. 
2011 is being called a "bowl or bust" season for Virginia. (Streaking the Lawn)

Hide your kids, hide your wife, hide your mascot heads. 
ESPN College GameDay will broadcast live from Tallahassee for  the Oklahoma-FSU game on Sept. 17.  (ChuckOliver.Net)


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