ACC Football: Tuesday Morning One-Liners

Sean Martin@SaturdaysGameCorrespondent ISeptember 14, 2010

Miami's Travis Benjamin was named the ACC Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts against Ohio State this past Saturday.
Miami's Travis Benjamin was named the ACC Special Teams Player of the Week for his efforts against Ohio State this past Saturday.Jamie Sabau/Getty Images

Boston College sported the ACC’s Defensive Lineman of the Week for his efforts this past weekend.

Clemson might have to rely on a freshman kicker during the battle of the Tigers, as CU takes on No. 16 Auburn this weekend.

Could we see another shootout involving Duke this weekend, when the Blue Devils take on Alabama in Durham?

In his best Tim Tebow impression, Florida State quarterback made a promise after the Seminoles 47-17 loss to No. 7 Oklahoma.

With Georgia Tech’s embarrassing loss this past Saturday to Kansas, the Yellow Jackets have made their ACC title last year look worthless.

Maryland will be taking on No. 21* West Virginia this Saturday for the first time since 2007.

Miami’s Travis Benjamin was honored as the ACC’s Special Teams Player of the Week for his performance last Saturday against Ohio State.

After playing a tough game against LSU missing 13 players from their sideline, North Carolina will have at least one of them back for this weekend’s game against ACC foe Georgia Tech.

When considering his schedule for this week, North Carolina State head coach Tom O’Brien determined that the ACC made his team a “sacrificial lamb.”

“New” Virginia head coach Mike London has been pleased with his players transitioning from practice to the game field, as evidenced by the Cavaliers’ play last weekend against USC.

After what was one of the biggest trap games in recent memory, Virginia Tech will prepare itself for East Carolina this weekend. Pirates head coach Ruffin McNeill knows “[the Hokies] will be ready to play.”

Wake Forest will sport the nation’s third freshman to start at quarterback this year, when the Demon Deacons head over to Stanford this Saturday.

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