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"Just based on the differences in the offenses, Thomas won’t come close to the numbers put up by...

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"Just based on the differences in the offenses, Thomas won’t come close to the numbers put up by last season’s Heisman winner. But that doesn’t mean Thomas can’t come close to the number that matters most — the one appearing in the Win column in the conference standings at the end of the year."

National Football Post: ACC Spring Review

"The conference allocates a specified amount for teams in a BCS bowl ($1.7 million for the Orange...

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"The conference allocates a specified amount for teams in a BCS bowl ($1.7 million for the Orange Bowl) for expenses, while teams heading to non-BCS games receive $1.1 million in expenses. The conference pools together the bowl payouts from its teams and deducts the expenses described above. The remaining money is then divvied up evenly into 12 slices for the league's schools."

Patrick Stevens over at D1scourse breaks down the ACC's bowl payouts so I don't have to. According to my math (using payout amounts available on the Series of Tubes), each team stands to get ~$1.64 million in addition to the amount they get for bowl expenses.

"I know it is frustrating for fans (believe me I know—I probably travel to more ACC football games t...

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"I know it is frustrating for fans (believe me I know—I probably travel to more ACC football games than anybody) when the six-day holds are in place, but in the big picture I think it is a good overall compromise with our TV partners that ultimately delivers the best overall result for all concerned more times than not."

From BC Interruption's interview with Michael Kelly, the ACC's associate commissioner for communications and football operations. The Hokies' game against BC and next week's game against NC State were both selected for the six-day option. BCI and Kelly discuss this and much more in a must-read interview.

"So that’s the bad news: I can picture the remaining three Coastal leaders — Virginia Tech, Miami (F...

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"So that’s the bad news: I can picture the remaining three Coastal leaders — Virginia Tech, Miami (Fla.) and Georgia Tech — win the division before I see the Heels taking such a step. However, let’s not discount the potential of a defense capable of leading this team to victory every Saturday."

Paul Myerberg of Pre Snap Read puts the Tar Heels at No. 20.

"Here are the facts, folks, and I hope my friends in the ACC are reading this down in Amelia...

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"Here are the facts, folks, and I hope my friends in the ACC are reading this down in Amelia Island. If the Big Ten goes to 16 teams, the Big East is going to be out of the football business. The SEC and the Big Ten dominate the marketplace. They will get their money while the Pac-10, Big 12, and ACC are going to be scrambling for what’s left."

ACC needs an expansion plan–right now - Mr. College Football The Barnhart says what we've been saying for a while now: The ACC needs to be proactive in expansion.

"They (Virginia Tech) are the Obi Wan Kenobi of the ACC."

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"They (Virginia Tech) are the Obi Wan Kenobi of the ACC."

Are the Hokies the ACC's only hope for a BCSCG contender? Joe Ovies thinks so in this week's ACC Sports Podcast.
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