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Crossing the Atlantic: Virginia Tech-Clemson, Al Golden, Rick Pitino, and more.

Written by Juan Cena on Wednesday, September 28 2011 and posted in SWRT
(Crossing the Atlantic is a look at the ACC, Big East and other schools on the East Coast.) 


Was it just a dream? Were you so confused? Was it just a giant leap of logic?
Heather Dinich questions if Florida State was overrated following back-to-back losses to Oklahoma and Clemson. (ESPN)

There can be only one. 
A preview of Saturdays battle of the unbeatens between Virginia Tech and Clemson. (Gobbler Country)

The Blame Game.
Miami head football coach Al Golden puts the blame on the Hurricanes' loss to Kansas State to poor execution. (The Miami Herald)

How to succeed in the ACC?
It apparently takes cohesion amongst the coaching staff. (The Post and Courier)

Born of Frustration.
One word to describe Virginia's loss to Southern Miss: "Frustrated." (Streaking the Lawn)

"A unique situation."
Georgia Tech head football coach Paul Johnson describes his teams selflessness when it comes to carrying the ball as "a unique situation." (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
 
Cheap seats.
Joseph Wyatt gives Georgia Tech athletic director Dan Radakovich some ideas on how he could sell more game tickets to fill up Bobby Dodd Stadium, including lowering ticket prices. Sadly none of the ideas involve dropping football for mundy Quidditch, which would actually gets Tech students to buy tickets. (ChuckOliver.net)

Walk On the Wild Side. 
UConn taps walk-on Johnny McEntee as its starting quarterback. (SI.com)

BASKETBALL

Famous Last Words.
Louisville head men's basketball coach Rick Pitinio criticizes UConn for looking at bolting the Big East for the ACC. Remember this quote when Louisville bolts the Big East for the ACC or SEC. (Card Chronicle)


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