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What a Weekend it Was – A look at week three

USC and Virginia Tech suffered unexpected losses over the weekend. USC was coming off a huge Pac-12 victory at Stanford, while Virginia Tech was heading home after shocking Ohio State in Columbus, 35-21. The Trojans made the cross-country trip to Chestnut Hill and were manhandled by a fired-up Boston College team. Quarterback Tyler [ . . read more . . ]

What a Weekend it Was – A Few Quick Hits

BY MICHAEL LEESE Andre Williams ran for 339 yards to break Boston College‘s single-season and single-game rushing records, leading the Eagles to a 38-21 victory over North Carolina State on Saturday and helping the Eagles qualify for a bowl game for the first time in three seasons. The win moved Boston College to 6-4 on the season. [ . . read more . . ]

What to watch for this week in the Atlantic Coast Conference

The Atlantic Division race remains the same.  Florida State still has the inside track to the division championship with Clemson keeping up both in the standings and in the polls.  Miami’s 30-12 home win over Virginia Tech last week moved them a top a wild and crazy Coastal Division where four teams remain in contention for the [ . . read more . . ]

Tigers Bye Week Provides Time for Midseason Evaluation

With Clemson on its bye week this weekend, let’s take the oppurtunity to evaluate the team’s performance through the first half of the season, and what fans can expect from the Tigers for the rest of 2012. MVP: DeAndre “Nuk” Hopkins This past offseason, Nuk Hopkins decided to give up basketball and commit himself to a [ . . read more . . ]

Tigers show grit in first conference win

The trap game, the let-down, the emotional hangover… Going into this past weekend’s game in Chestnut Hill against Boston College, Clemson fans pondered just what kind of reaction they would see out of their team in the aftermath of suffering their first defeat of the season against division rival Florida State the week before. Over [ . . read more . . ]

Atlantic Coast Conference – A fan’s predictions

Atlantic Division 1)      Florida State Seminoles Reasons To Be Excited: 17 returning starters from a year ago, including 9 on a defensive unit that ranked fourth nationally in scoring defense in 2011.  The defensive line is as good as any in the country and will be exceptional against the run (allowed only 83 rushing yards a game [ . . read more . . ]