Ten Questions For ACC Football In 2009

The ACC and SEC BlogSenior Analyst IJune 19, 2009

TAMPA, FL - DECEMBER 06:  Tech fans celebrate after the Virginia Tech Hokies score in the third quarter against the Boston College Eagles in the 2008 ACC Football Championship game at the Raymond James Stadium on December 6, 2008 in Tampa, Florida. Virginia Tech defeated Boston College 30-12.  (Photo by Doug Benc/Getty Images)

It's June.  Baseball is in full swing and if you are like me, that makes you miserable.  But we have a short reprieve with the preseason magazines coming out with their glossy pictures and already outdated depth charts. 

I thought it was about time to look at was is going to the big questions for the ACC heading into 2009.

  1. Will Virginia Tech stand up for the ACC and beat a national power from the SEC on opening weekend?
  2. Will Paul Johnson’s offense be even more successful in year two, or will ACC defenses start to catch up?
  3. Will Al Groh be coaching Virginia in 2010?
  4. Is FSU ready to return to prominence with a 10 win season and ACC title?
  5. Will Dabo Swinney prove to be a good hire at Clemson?
  6. Will new OC Mark Whipple turn Miami’s talented, but young offense into a force?
  7. Is Butch Davis ready to take North Carolina to an ACC Title?
  8. If Russell Wilson plays 12 games, how many does NC State win?
  9. BC lost a lot in the offseason, but they also did the previous year. What will it take for BC to make it three straight ACC Championship Game appearances?
  10. Which is more likely: Wake Forest winning the ACC or not making a bowl game?


What are your thoughts?

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